AccuTite is a minimally invasive radiofrequency device that uses radiofrequency to tighten and tone small areas of the face and body such as your eyes and labia. These areas, which are too delicate for BodyTite treatment, respond well to the smaller AccuTite device. With AccuTite, you can reduce fat deposits and increase skin tightness without large surgical scars and lengthy downtime.
AccuTite is a radiofrequency assisted lipolysis device that is inserted underneath the skin using a tiny probe. A very tiny probe, smaller than the size of the tip a pen, heats and liquefies fat cells while also increasing collagen production while restructuring the tissue. Once the fat cells are destroyed, they are suctioned out. The device also delivers external radiofrequency to increase elastin and collagen production, which tighten the skin.
AccuTite is often used to treat sagging skin and fat deposits on the face, but it also works on small areas of the body. Some common issues and areas we treat using AccuTite at our Portland office include:
AccuTite is a safe, FDA-approved treatment for sagging skin and fat deposits. The device has built-in temperature monitoring to protect the surface of your skin, eliminating the risk of burns.
During your consultation, the team at Aesthetic Medicine will determine if AccuTite is the right treatment method for your concerns. At the appointment, we will numb the treatment area using local anesthetic. The overall time for treatment is between 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the area treated. Full results can take up to six months to show. Most patients are able to return to work within three or four days of treatment (for a face or neck treatment, the face is wrapped for a day).
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Aesthetic Medicine is dedicated to offering the least invasive treatment options to our clients, and AccuTite is one of those. If you feel that AccuTite could help you reach your goals, please schedule a consultation with our Portland team today.