Skin Tightening Treatments - Hughes Center Blog
As we age, collagen begins to break down from natural use and depletion to sun damage or other environmental factors. This, of course, shows the true aging process that will reach out to each and every one of us at some point. If this new look that includes wrinkles is somewhat bothersome, there are treatments that could help make you look and feel younger again.
The cosmetic surgeons at The Hughes Center Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa offer three deep radiofrequency skin tightening treatments to succinctly treat areas of concern when it comes to wrinkles. They are Thermage, Pelleve and Accent. Each treatment is discussed below:
- Thermage concentrates on the visible signs of aging and tones trouble areas in one non-invasive treatment – and takes years off your appearance just like that.*
- Another skin tightening treatment is Pelleve , which is a wrinkle reduction system that shows immediate results. This treatment is pleasant and feels like a “warm facial massage.”**
- Last, but not least, is Accent, which treats loose, wrinkled (crepe-like) skin anywhere on a patient’s body, but most often found on the face, neck or under the upper arms. This treatment is also great for post-surgical or postnatal care of the abdomen or thighs.
If any of these skin issues hit home, then having a consultation with the cosmetic surgeons at The Hughes Center Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa may help you decide which Deep RadioFrequency Skin Tightening treatment is best for you. Or there may be another type of treatment that fits your situation better.
The Hughes Center Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa is committed to providing information and assistance on learning more about Skin Tightening treatments in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia area. Our Med Spa is next door to the current location in Cherry Hill at 1765 South Springdale Road. Learn more by calling us at (888) 929-4676 or send us a message to request a consultation with Dr. Susan Hughes today.