New York, NY area men and women who are over the age of 30 will slowly begin to see the signs of aging on their skin. The natural loss of collagen in the skin over time can contribute to thinner, crepey skin more relaxed and susceptible to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally, patients will see changes around the eyes, cheeks, mouth, and neck. Instead of undergoing significant and invasive plastic surgery, many patients who come to the office of Dr. Thomas Romo III asking about facelifts and neck lifts may be curious to learn more about another alternative available to them called Accutite.
Understanding how Accutite works
Accutite is a specialized treatment that is designed to offer patients a way to achieve firmer, tighter skin in a specific area of the face and neck. It does this by sitmatluing collagen and elastin production in the area being treated with the use of radiofrequency energy. It is a small device that ensures precision application of RF energy to the skin, targeting relaxed skin and unwanted fat. The result? Firmer skin and improved contours around the face, jaw, and neck area.
Who is a good candidate for Accutite?
The best candidates for Accutite treatment are New York, NY area patients who have a smaller area they would like to target and improve tissue remodeling. It is a great option for individuals who do not want to undergo invasive plastic surgeries but want a minimally invasive alternative that provides noticeable results and precision improvement. Patients find that the gradual enhancement of the skin over time allows the changes to look as natural as possible, eliminating telltale signs of having “work done.”
Ready to learn more about Accutite?
Dr. Thomas Romo III is a quality plastic surgeon in the area of New York, NY who is pleased to offer a wide selection of surgical and nonsurgical solutions for the face. If you want to find out how Accutite can help you restore a youthful look to the face, call the office today at (212) 288-1500. The office is conveniently located in New York at 135 East 74th Street and accepts new patients.