Renuvion for skin tightening is now offered in Savannah
Renuvion For Skin Tightening, How Does It Work?
Renuvion for skin tightening, formally called J-plasma, is the result of extensive scientific research and clinical development. Because of its proprietary balance of helium and Radiofrequency (RF) technology (energy), Renuvion has been described as ideal for medical procedures where precision and control are key to an effective treatment.
Since it was discovered to have a distinct tissue contraction effect due to its unique ability to provide controlled very high temperatures to the specific tissue (the fibrous bands that attach skin the underlying muscles), Renuvion has been embraced by Plastic Surgeons and physicians specializing in cosmetic surgery to tighten the skin in the neck, arms, abdomen, thighs, back, and more.
The experts in their fields are calling it one of the most exciting advancements in 20 Years!
Dr. Finger decided to add Renuvion to his Plastic Surgery Practice because he wanted a device that could tighten skin with minimal downtime.
After extensive research about Radiofrequency and the proven effectiveness of this science, Dr. Finger decided Renuvion was the best choice in its class. The added benefit of the helium when combined with RF convinced Dr. Finger to offer this state-of-the-art treatment to his patients. He had been looking to add a minimally invasive device to effectively tighten skin, prior to learning about Renuvion.
HOW RENUVION WORKS
Renuvion delivers even, controlled energy with exceptional precision.
Doctors use this novel technology to apply energy beneath the skin, causing a contraction effect that’s gentle on tissue. The effect of the treatment may continue to improve over time and patients and physicians report that the contraction effect is noticeable immediately after the procedure.
Renuvion has been embraced by Plastic Surgeons, Facial Plastic Surgeons and physicians specializing in cosmetic surgery.
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Renuvion, formerly called J-Plasma
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