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    AccuTite Radiofrequency (RF) Energy To Tighten Loose Skin In The Neck

    Tighten Loose Skin In The Neck

    AccuTite Radiofrequency (RF) Energy To Tighten Loose Skin In The NeckSmooth and graceful neckline is the mark of a sense of refinement that serves towards enhancing the appearance of a person. AccuTite is a non-surgical procedure for neck skin tightening that can help patients achieve the neckline they desire.

    Board certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Eric Yavrouian provides AccuTite RF energy treatment for tightening loose skin in the neck to patients in Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank, Greater Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, CA, and surrounding communities.

    What is AccuTite Neck Skin Tightening?

    You can achieve a smoother, firmer, and more refined appearance with AccuTite noninvasive RF based neck skin tightening procedure. It can help you get a more toned appearance of your neck and chin. You can dramatically improve your appearance without making any changes to the face. You can improve your thick, sagging, and wrinkled neck appearance.

    AccuTite helps patients look younger. It can restore balance to facial features and provide patients with a better-defined jawline. The procedure makes use of minimally invasive RF technology that helps in tightening sagging skin on the jowl, eyelid, face, and neck with little to no downtime.

    It makes use of RF energy for targeting loose skin and fat in the neck and face. AccuTite is a single treatment solution that doesn’t involve any surgery.

    AccuTite Neck Lift Procedure

    AccuTite makes use of local anesthesia and is performed as an in-office procedure. The area with excess fat and loose skin in the neck is numbed using local anesthesia. AccuTite probe is inserted in the neck area by making a micro-incision in a discreet location.

    This is a tiny micro-incision and doesn’t require any stitches. AccuTite electrode heats the tissue to a safe temperature by delivering RF energy while measuring the temperature of skin.

    There are safeguards in the device to actively monitor internal and external temperature of the skin. This ensures a safe, precise, and effective treatment. Even and smooth results are provided with uniform heat distribution in the treated areas.

    Number of Treatments Required

    AccuTite non-surgical neck lift is a safe and proven solution that doesn’t require any cuts or incisions. Only a single treatment session is needed in most cases. The procedure doesn’t take more than an hour and causes minimal redness and swelling. Majority of patients can resume work quickly. However, there may be additional sessions required in certain cases.


    AccuTite offers gradual results that are long-lasting. The majority of patients enjoy a smoother, tighter, and more sculpted neck line. AccuTite can effectively treat unsightly neck bands, loose neck skin, and excess fat by tightening the skin and melting fat simultaneously. This helps in creating a more youthful appearance.


    It takes most patients 1 – 2 days t resume work following an AccuTite treatment. Swelling, bruising, soreness, numbness and itchiness are just a few minor side effects. Most of these side effects improve significantly within the first week. The incisions made are tiny and not in need of any stitches. Your surgeon may ask you to wear compression garments for minimizing swelling.

    Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Eric Yavrouian receives patients from Pasadena, Burbank, Greater Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, CA, and nearby areas for AccTite RF energy treatment for the tightening of loose neck skin.

    Contact Us For a Consultation with Southern California Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Eric Yavrouian

    For more information about treatments and procedures by Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Eric J. Yavrouian, serving patients in and around Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank and the Greater Los Angeles, CA area call 818-241-2150 or click here to contact him for a consultation.

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