It combines radiofrequency energy with micro-needling technology. There are 49 micro-needles in each tip, which perforate the skin at different depths that can range from 0.5mm to 3.5mm and at different energy levels. The device makes it easy to customize settings to get the best results for individual needs. It stimulates the body’s natural collagen production and healing process without the downtime of more invasive procedures. The results can be appreciated in as little as 30 days but may take up to 6 months to be fully observed. Patients are suggested a course of 3 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart, to accomplish the desired outcome. Among the expected reactions, patients may experience swelling and redness for 1-3 days. If you feel like your skin is dull, loose and has excessive lines, you may want to consider a free consultation to find out if you’re a candidate for this remarkable procedure.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
› Claudia Sanchez was born in Colombia and moved to Miami 14 years ago. She graduated as a Physician Assistant in 2012. Since then, she’s worked in the aesthetic field performing a variety of procedures with Dr. John J. Martin, MD; DrJohnMartin.com.
No matter the extent of a cosmetic procedure, there are a few simple things one should do before heading to the operating room.
No matter if it’s in-patient or out-patient, a few minutes in an examination room or an extensive surgical procedure, make sure your doctor knows of any medications you’re taking, especially over-the-counter blood thinners like Aspirin and Ibuprofen.
In addition to Vitamins A and C, make sure you up your pre-procedure protein intake. Protein is a necessary component in the building and healing of tissue. Worried about sticking to your diet? Consider a protein powder instead.
We know, we know; it’s Miami. Dinner is not really dinner without a pre-, post- or during dinner drink. But unless your doctor says otherwise, alcohol shouldn’t be imbibed up to 72 hours before any procedure.