What happens during treatment?
FaceTite involves very tiny incisions that only require local anesthesia, and can be performed as an outpatient procedure at our Brandon office. A cannula, or thin metal tube, is inserted into the small incision to deliver radiofrequency energy to the treatment area, typically under the chin, in the jawline, and around the neck areas. This causes any excess fat to be reduced and the lower layers of skin to tighten by stimulating the body’s natural methods of collagen production. An additional electrode is used on top of the skin as well to jumpstart this process. Overall, this procedure only takes about 15 minutes to complete, depending on your treatment area and your cosmetic goals.