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Technological advances in radiofrequency

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Technological advances in radiofrequency
Technological advances in radiofrequency

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In recent years technological advances have made incredible progress in all fields of science and medical sciences are no exception. Radiofrequency as a quick Non-surgical skin tightening, with zero downtime and comfortable treatment has become very convenient. A good choice for all people to increase their self-confidence while having no surgery.


Since 2001 radiofrequency has gained enormous and worldwide recognition from celebrities who used RF for their acne and winkle treatments and promoted benefits of their radiofrequency treatment. Cosmetic face lift, neck lift, wrinkle removal and scar treatment consist a high rate among treatments done by people. With that in mind, one still wonders how safe radiofrequency treatments are as the conventional alternative to surgery?


To make a long answer short, yes. But it is crucial to note that only experienced provider and certified cosmetic surgeons should do the RF treatment.  FDA permits experienced individuals for executing that treatment. In the following paragraphs, we explain more information about RF.


What do we know about Radiofrequency?

Radiofrequency is a type of energy, which is measured in frequency or wavelengths per second. All types of energy, from the sunlight, to the heat coming off your body are classified. According to their frequency on the “electromagnetic spectrum.”


The safety and efficiency of non-surgical RF or any treatment depends on the experience and skill of the person providing that treatment. An advantage of using RF to heat tissues, as opposed to laser facial treatments including facelift and wrinkle removal is the lower frequency of RF which safely infiltrates to deeper levels.

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