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Radiofrequency (RF) in Dallas has become one of the newest energy based devices in the aesthetic market. Various devices have been approved by the FDA for indications from wrinkles to the reduction of the appearance of cellulite.

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by Martin Kassir, M.D., F.A.A.D.

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Infraorbital before Radio Frequency treatments⠀

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Infraorbital after Radio Frequency treatments⠀

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Infraorbital before Radio Frequency treatments⠀

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Infraorbital after Radio Frequency treatments⠀

Radio Frequency dallas

Infraorbital before Radio Frequency treatments⠀

Radio Frequency dallas

Infraorbital after Radio Frequency treatments⠀

Introducing the NEW Pellevé System!

This advanced radiofrequency device is for the treatment of mild to moderate facial wrinkles and rhytids: and for the body, the PelleFirm reduces the appearance of cellulite, for both men and women. Pellevé delivers energy to the dermal tissue, heats the target treatment zone, and stimulates the fibroblasts that synthesize the extracellular matrix and collagen. New collagen is formed in the dermis resulting in epidermal tightening.

Pellevé treatments:

  • Non-invasive
  • Pain-free (described as a warm massage)
  • No down time
  • Can be performed on all skin types

PelleFirm

Do you exercise and eat well, but still struggle with certain cellulite-prone problem zones? After just a few treatments you may start to experience a temporary reduction in the appearance of cellulite and an overall smoothed body tone. A PelleFirm treatment is comfortable and effective, and it requires little to no before or after treatment care. It is a safe and effective solution for patients seeking non-surgical options to improve the appearance of their bodies. 

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Woman with fine lines in infraorbital area. Improvement after radio frequency treatments in Dallas, Texas.

aSKINg the EXPERT: Radio Frequency

What is Radio Frequency?

Radiofrequency (RF) current is an electrical current, typically with a frequency in the megahertz (MHz) range. RF current creates heat, and its use on the skin is appealing due to its ability to deliver heat to tissue non-specifically. Lasers also generate heat, but in a chromophore-specific manner (selective photothermolysis). RF delivers heat to tissues based on the properties of the tissue itself and is not dependant on chromophores (colors in the target).

What is Radio Frequency used for?

RF can be used to deliver heat in the dermis or second layer of skin. This dermal heating causes modification of collagen structure and stimulation of new collagen; these changes can help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in skin that is losing or has lost its natural elasticity.

How much does a radio frequency treatment cost?

Treatment cost for radio frequency depends on the area being treated and how many treatments are recommended. Call our office for more details.

What areas of the body can radio frequency can be used on?

The most common areas for which patients receive radio frequency treatments are the abdomen for tightening, thighs for cellulite and tightening, jawline for tightening, and around the eyes for fine lines and tightening.

Does radio frequency work for wrinkles around the eyes?

Yes, radio frequency treatments can help tighten the thin skin around the eyes, thus reducing fine lines.

Can radio frequency be done after getting dermal fillers?

Experience has shown that unless there is a specific contraindication, radio frequency may be performed after dermal fillers.

Are there any side effects to getting radio frequency?

There are minimal side effects with radio frequency such as: slight swelling and redness. Side effects may differ or vary in intensity based on the location being treated.

How often should you do radio frequency treatments?

It can vary, but on average one should do a treatment every 3-4 weeks for optimal results.

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