Contouring Solution for the Face


FaceTite is an FDA-approved, minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that delivers radio-frequency (RF) energy beneath the skin’s surface to stimulate collagen production, which tightens and firms skin. This safe, effective and exciting treatment results in significant aesthetic changes. Using radio-frequency assisted lipolysis (RFAL), the device can be paired with liposuction on the neck and jowls for dramatic results. FaceTite’s three-dimensional remodeling of the tissue is the next best thing to a facelift. However, while FaceTite can deliver dramatic results, it will never replicate the results of a surgical facelift or mini lift.

Our office pairs the FaceTite procedure with the Morpheus8 treatment, which combines RF and  micro-needling to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the epidermis. (add link to Morpheus8).

The procedure is usually done with local anesthesia, with little pain experienced by the patient. Recovery time is much shorter than with surgical skin-tightening procedures – usually three to four days of downtime – with no stitches or visible scars. Even though the procedure stimulates collagen over time, patients see some results within a week, sometimes even immediately.


Ideal candidates are in their 30’s to 50’s, with mild to moderate skin laxity on the face and neck. Treatment areas include the chin, jowls, neck, and cheeks.

ACCUTUTE – Smallest Contraction Device in Cosmetic Medicine

With AccuTite, physicians are able to apply focal radio-frequency contraction using a very small wand to treat hard to reach areas with pinpoint accuracy. Any areas of the face or body with saggy skin or excess fat can be treated. Common areas for the face include the brows, periorbital region, nasolabial fold, lower face and neck. Common areas for the body include the axilla, upper arms, abdomen etching, inner thighs and knees.



Double-Board Certified Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon and Master Injector


Ivy League Trained Face and Body Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon