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Neck Concerns Treatment

  • Radio Frequency Skin Tightening

    Radiofrequency therapy is a nonsurgical, cosmetic treatment that may help tighten a person’s skin. Those interested in the procedure often consider it to restore their skin to a more youthful appearance.

    This minimally invasive, generally safe procedure may produce desired results, particularly when a person uses a qualified practitioner specially trained in its use.

    It is generally safe and could be a good alternative to more invasive surgical options. The procedure as using a low dose radiofrequency to promote skin rejuvenation. The radiofrequency, typically around 450 kilohertz, converts to thermal energy and creates small “injuries” to the lower levels of the skin that prompt particular tissue repair and clotting.

    It is safe for all skin types due to the minimal damage and melanin changes.

    This, along with other changes, promotes skin tightening and the reduction of scars, wrinkles, and fat.Maintaining a temperature of over 115°F (46.11°C) for 3 or more minutes promotes the skin to release heat-shock proteins. These proteins help produce the collagen required to tighten the skin.

    The procedure itself is relatively short. Because it is noninvasive, a person should be able to immediately return to their daily routine. However, following treatment, some people may experience side effects, including:

    • Pain
    • Redness
    • Swelling
    • Skin darkening

    Potential benefits

    Radiofrequency may help with skin tightening, but it also may provide some additional skin benefits. These may include:

    • Skin contouring
    • Reduced wrinkles
    • Facial slimming
Microneedling RF

Microneedling RF
  • Microneedling Radio Frequency

    RF, or radiofrequency microneedling, is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, scarring, and sagging skin.

    While traditional microneedling has been utilized for more than 25 years, this latest innovative procedure incorporates radiofrequency energy to aid the rejuvenation process.

    How Does It Work?

    RF microneedling utilizes ultrafine needles, along with LED lights emitting radiofrequency waves, to produce thermal energy. The process involves irritating the skin and stimulating its repair response, while encouraging the body’s ability to naturally produce collagen.

    Typically, the treatment involves a device with an array of insulated fine needles designed to puncture the top layer of skin, about up to 3 millimeters deep. High-intensity radiofrequency energy is applied in a fractional pattern through microneedles to trigger collagen and elastin production.

    A serum with specific nutrients that help to build that new collagen and elastin more quickly can be administered immediately afterward. This results in smoother, firmer, and more even-toned, collagen-rich skin. Often PRP ( Platelet Rich Plasma) is utilized.

    What to Expect

    The procedure is selectively applied to underlying layers of skin to treat scars and tighten tissue to reduce wrinkles and create a smoother, more youthful appearance, while improving texture and firmness. Needle penetration depth the amount of RF energy can also be modified.

    The procedure takes about 30 to 40 minutes, depending on the areas being treated. For best results, prepare to undergo three to four sessions in three- to eight-week intervals, allowing your skin to heal between treatments.

    You should begin to see results after three to six months, and they should last about a year. To maintain desired results, it’s recommended to have a touch-up session at least once a year.

    Who Can Benefit From Treatment?

    RF microneedle treatment is safe for all ages, genders, skin types, and tones, and can be performed on almost any area of the body with wrinkles, discoloration, or acne scarring. The ideal candidate for treatment is young, in relatively good health, and has early signs of aging.

    While the procedure is generally considered very safe, there are some risk factors that make it inadvisable for some. People who suffer from skin infections, have a moderate to severe skin disease, or have an active breakout of cold sores should avoid the treatment. Additionally, those who are pregnant, taking anticoagulants, receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy, have a history of keloids, hypertrophic scarring, or poor wound healing should also refrain.

    What to Do Before & After Treatment

    Prior to treatments, you should avoid using alcohol, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, and products containing salicylic acid—which can result in bruising.

    You should also avoid Accutane (six months prior to treatment), self-tanning lotions, tanning booths or sunbathing (at least two weeks prior to treatment), and brands of blood-thinning medication including Advil, Motrin and Aleve (for one week prior to treatment).

    Following treatment, minimal downtime is required, and you can expect only minor side effects, including a degree of discomfort, redness, or irritation. These should be mild and shouldn’t persist for more than 24 hours.

    Typically, patients can resume their normal activities within a day, but if side effects are more serious or last longer than 24 hours, contact your doctor

  • Mesotherapy

    Mesotherapy is a versatile treatment which can be used to alleviate a wide range of problems. Mesotherapy introduces microscopic quantities of volume, hydration, pharmaceuticals or vitamins and minerals into the skin or scalp to help it rejuvenate and repair itself.

    This is performed using a very small needle and is not a particularly uncomfortable process.

    How does Mesotherapy work?

    Mesotherapy works somewhat differently depending on the exact nature of the treatment. For example, when used to treat cellulite, mesotherapeutic injections are injected into the fat layer beneath the skin, where fat cells will become broken down and shrunken. On the other hand, the treatment for dark circles around the eyes combines a mixture of different procedures – including mesotherapy – to make eyes look brighter and younger.

    Miniscule amounts of a carefully chosen injectable solution are injected using a series of tiny injections. The nature of the injection solution is chosen according to the patient’s needs. It could include:

    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Vitamins and minerals
    • Hyaluronic acid

    As well as delivering these valuable substances direct to the skin’s mid layer, the mesotherapy process also stimulates the skin’s production of collagen and new skin cells, as the body’s natural response to the needle

    Who should consider Mesotherapy?

    Mesotherapy is effective on a wide range of problems on the face and body, and so patients can realistically be of any age or gender.

    Mesotherapy is most commonly used to treat and alleviate:

    • Cellulite
    • Stretch marks
    • Dry, flaky skin
    • Tight skin
    • Loose, ageing skin
    • Hair loss
    • Dark circles around the eyes
    • Sun-damaged skin

    In addition, many patients simply come to us for a ‘mesolift’, in which mesotherapy is used to simply rejuvenate the skin.


Mesotherapy FAQ

  • How many sessions should I have?

    This depends on what is being treated. Multiple sessions do build up a bigger impact than a one-off treatment. We can discuss in consultation what treatment programme is most suitable for you.

  • How much will it cost?

    Please see our cosmetic treatments prices page for the latest information on mesotherapy costs. We offer single sessions where required, but we also provide a discount for packages of 3 and 10 mesotherapy sessions.

  • How long is the recovery time?

    The procedure involves minimal recovery time. Following mesotherapy treatment, you can return to work the very same day.

  • When will I see results?

    This depends on what you’re having treated; some patients can expect to see results after the first session, though many will be expected to attend two to three mesotherapy sessions before results are visible. Hyaluronic acid is quick to show a difference as this adds volume to the skin. Injections of vitamins/minerals require longer to take effect as these work to improve the quality of the skin from within.

  • Will it hurt?

    While the process can be slightly uncomfortable, the needles used in mesotherapy are extremely fine, so the procedure is a lot more comfortable than you’d think and shouldn’t be painful in any way. If required, a local anaesthetic gel/cream can be applied in advance if required. For more intensive procedures or sensitive areas, a local anaesthetic can be administered if necessary.

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