Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure. It uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate facial skin.

The treatment is a form of controlled skin injury. The damage stimulates the growth of healthy new skin, which can benefit common skin issues like acne scars and wrinkles.

Compared with treatments like chemical peels and dermabrasion, radiofrequency microneedling is minimally invasive.

Who’s an ideal candidate for radiofrequency microneedling? 

 

Radiofrequency microneedling is considered safe, but it isn’t appropriate for everyone.

You may be an ideal candidate if you:

  • are in good health

  • have early signs of aging

  • have realistic expectations

Alternatively, you should avoid the treatment if you:

  • currently or recently used Accutane

  • have an active cold sore breakout

  • have a skin infection

  • have a moderate to severe skin disease (like psoriasis)

  • are receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy

  • are pregnant

  • are taking anticoagulants

  • have a history of keloids, hypertrophic scarring, or poor wound healing

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TriPollar® RF Applicators Triggering regeneration of collagen and elastin fibers, by delivering focused RF energy in a safe and effective manner, inducing controlled heating of the deep dermis.

Whi is a Good Candidate for TriPollar RF Treatments?

A GOOD CANDIDATE for TriPollar Treatment includes:

  • Any patient who wishes to decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Patients who are generally between the ages of 35 to 45

  • Male or female patients with mild to moderate signs of aging

  • Patients who want to improve the appearance of cellulite

  • A patient with sagging skin under the chin or at the jawline

  • Patients with all skin types and colors

 

The following patients are NOT GOOD CANDIDATES for TriPollar RF Treatments:

  • Patients looking for a one-time treatment

  • A patient who had recent chemotherapy treatments since this can reduce the effectiveness of the treatment

  • A patient with vascular collagen disease since this treatment depends on the body’s ability to produce collagen.