These are the most frequently asked questions about Facetite
Who is a good candidate for a FaceTite procedure?
Healthy adults who have wrinkles, fine lines, loose skin or excess fat in your lower face and neck are a good candidate for FaceTite. FaceTite are for people who are interested in facial contouring anti-aging treatments but wish to avoid surgery and the lengthy recovery and scarring associated with it.
How many FaceTite procedures are needed?
FaceTite offers significant improvement and effective results in just one treatment. Results continue to develop and improve over the span of six months.
How long do FaceTite results last?
FaceTite results last an average of three to five years depending on your genetics, health status, and other environmental factors. We can only reset or slow the aging process. We cannot stop aging. The treatment may be repeated when needed as the effects of aging continue to develop.
Can FaceTite be combined with other procedures?
Absolutely. FaceTite can be combined with treatments like BodyTite, injectable fillers and neurotoxins, and neck liposuction. The compact FaceTite device can also be used on smaller areas of the body, like the upper arms, to provide nonsurgical fat loss and skin tightening alternatives to procedures like brachioplasty.
Are FaceTite treatments painful?
Local anesthesia is used at the beginning of the FaceTite appointment to numb the treated areas and ensure patients feel completely comfortable throughout the procedure. You may experience some facial soreness and tenderness during the first week of recovery, but this can be managed with pain medication.
Does FaceTite leave behind any scarring?
As a nonsurgical treatment, FaceTite does not create any scarring. The incisions made in the jawline below the ears are minimal and heal without the need for stitches.
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