What is RF Skin Resurfacing?
Radiofrequency (RF) skin resurfacing at Comprehensive Medical Aesthetics is a nonsurgical aesthetic treatment that uses pulsating beams of energy to clear away dead and damaged skin cells one layer at a time. This service is performed for reducing facial skin folds and for improving flaws, like pigmentation, acne scars, and more. Skin resurfacing utilizing the Opus® is an ideal procedure for people who want radiant, youthful-looking skin. Book an RF skin resurfacing consultation with Dr. Rudolph Moise in North Miami, FL when you can.
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"Everyone in the office very friendly and helpful. All of the staff are very nice they take their time answering to all of my questions and concerns."- L. / ZocDoc / Jan 28, 2020
Can I receive RF Skin Resurfacing?
There are a number of elements to think about when deciding which RF skin resurfacing regimen is optimal for your desires. This treatment is ideal for a patient who is dissatisfied with their face and neck's look. Radiofrequency resurfacing treatments can help reduce these cosmetic flaws. In addition, RF skin resurfacing works effectively for men and women who have a rough texture, scaly patches, or additional irregularities. This treatment might not be the best option for those who have current acne breakouts.
How does RF skin resurfacing work?
At your treatment, you will sit in a dedicated treatment chair while the Opus device is passed over your face, aiming at the treatment spots for enhancement. You will notice the heated sensation from the handpiece, then cold air from the system's built-in cooling technology. The radiofrequency wavelengths work to eradicate damaged and dead skin cells while spurring new collagen production. Depending on the needs of your complexion, the procedure can be adjusted accordingly. After your appointment, you may have a sensation similar to a sunburn, but this will likely go away after 2 – 3 days. Your rejuvenated look should last for five years or more and may be redone as needed. Though your results should be long-lasting, it's necessary to remember that this treatment does not put a stop to your body's natural aging process.
RF Skin REsurfacing FAQ
How much does RF skin resurfacing cost?
Your RF skin resurfacing prices vary, depending on the type of treatment you choose. During your initial consultation, Dr. Moise will ask about your concerns and goals before discussing the various types of RF resurfacing available. Then, he will help you choose your treatment and discuss costs.
How can I help my skin recover after RF skin resurfacing?
Dr. Moise or a member of his staff will talk to you about ways to help your skin heal after an RF resurfacing treatment. The top rule is to not peel or pick your skin. Doing this could cause long-term damage, including scars. You should skip all hair removal methods in the treatment area, which means no waxing, shaving, or depilatory creams. Additionally, you should apply sun protection and use a hat when exposed to the sun's rays. We will suggest a cream to help soothe your skin.
How often should I get RF skin resurfacing treatments?
Depending on the resurfacing type you and Dr. Moise choose for your session, you may need to wait several weeks or even a few months between appointments. Deeper RF treatments will provide results that last a long time; however, they will require more time for recovery. You should talk to Dr. Moise about how often you are willing to return for treatments so he can take this into account when recommending a treatment plan in your consultation.