tRadiofrequency Therapy (RF) is a common non-invasive aesthetic procedure that uses a high-frequency alternating current to heat tissue in the dermis to increase collagen, which consequently decreases skin laxity and photoaging.
Once the skin reaches about 115°F the body releases heat-shock proteins that stimulate new collagen fibers to be created. Collagen is an essential protein for the skin and is the driving force behind skin becoming firmer, smoother, thicker, and more youthful. Radiofrequency therapy reverses signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles by inducing tissue remodeling and replenishing depleted collagen.
Breast Lift Benefits
Radiofrequency Therapy (RF) is another type of collagen-stimulating procedure. It uses radio waves to help tighten the protein fibers within your skin.
During the process, your practitioners uses a Radiofrequency Therapy (RF) device, which helps deliver radio waves to deeper skin layers. After a Radiofrequency Therapy (RF), you’ll likely see tighter skin immediately.
Tightened collagen fibers in the chest area can also enhance your natural contours. However, you’ll need to repeat your treatment to see optimal results
What cosmetic concerns does a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure treat?
Breast Shape & Size: RF energy alters the appearance of the breasts in two ways by stimulating collagen production and also liquefying fat cells for improvements in breast shape, breast contours, and for body contouring.
: While an RF breast lift provides a more subtle result than surgery, the procedure can be added as part of a larger mommy makeover.
Who is the ideal candidate for a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure?
The ideal candidate for a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure is seeking a modest enhancement to sagging of the breasts. A radiofrequency-assisted breast lift is not recommended for those who are under 18, pregnant or breastfeeding, or who have breast sagging falling below the ribcage or inframammary line.
What is the average recovery associated with a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure?
There is no downtime or recovery from a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift. Candidates return to work same day. Strenuous activities should be limited for a few days following the treatment.
What are the potential side effects of a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure?
Possible side effects following a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure include swelling, redness, bruising, and temporary changes in sensation.
What can someone expect from the results of a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure?
The results of a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure will have some instant results while most will develop over six months after the initial procedure as collagen production increases and takes effect. The results are permanent. However, significant weight loss, weight fluctuations, or pregnancy will affect the results.
What is the average cost of a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift procedure?
A radiofrequency-assisted breast lift can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $7,500. The actual cost of a radiofrequency-assisted breast lift is dependent upon the amount of treatments needed to obtain desired results.