Fractional high intensity focused radiofrequency (HiFR) proved safe and effective in the treatment of mild to moderate laxity of the lower face and neck
Source: American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
Sagging jowls and lax neck skin is a common issue associated with aging and is considered one of the most troublesome areas to patients. It’s also one of the most difficult areas to treat. Surgery has traditionally been the solution to improve appearance, but is invasive and does not address skin laxity.
Recently gaining attention are procedures using fractional high-intensity focused radiofrequency (HiFR) delivered to the dermis with insulated microneedles for facial rejuvenation.