Maintain Your Results with Skin Tightening with Protégé
Last year, Band Aid Skin Tightening using Protégé technology made a valuable addition to the line of Band Aid Plastic Surgery procedures provided at my office. Protégé’s unique Energy Flow Control (EFC) system reduces wrinkles and skin laxity of the face, neck, and chest to deliver safe and noticeable facial rejuvenation results. While skin tightening is widely recognized as an effective anti-aging solution, many of my patients may not be aware of its role in the maintenance of your results from other cosmetic surgery procedures.
Most Band Aid Skin Tightening patients can expect to see results after the first treatment, with full results visible three to six months after your initial treatment. Though other skin firming technologies require the super-heating of skin to remodel collagen, Protégé precisely warms the deeper dermal layers to induce collagen production and tighten skin without patient discomfort. As an added benefit essential to your comfort, the technology has built-in safety features to guarantee that treatment levels flow steadily, efficiently, and pain-free.
Although no downtime or anesthesia is associated with Protégé treatment, I do encourage an increase in water consumption the day before and after treatment to avoid dehydration and show your results sooner. As an added bonus, you’ll be youthfully glowing from proper hydration!
In addition to enhancing and increasing the longevity of your procedure results, Band Aid Skin Tightening can benefit patients seeking more lasting wrinkle reduction results, comparable to facial injections. Additionally, skin tightening can improve your overall aesthetic when combined with conjunction facial procedures like rhinoplasty (nose surgery) or brow lift.
When considering skin tightening, seek the expertise and supervision of a board certified plastic surgeon that has facial skin tightening experience to elude treatment problems or less than desirable results. To learn more about skin tightening, contact our office. You can also learn more about minimally-invasive procedures by connecting on Facebook, Twitter, and Google +.
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