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FaceTite – Facial Contouring

Restore Your Natural Beauty

A traditional facelift surgery remains the gold standard for achieving dramatic tightening of the cheeks, jawline and neck. However, some people either don’t want or are not ideal candidates for surgery. Others have skin laxity along the neck and jaw that is mild, but still unwanted. Light Facial Plastic Surgery offers an effective alternative to a facelift surgery called FaceTite (Facial Contouring). FaceTite offers a portion of the results expected from a standard Facelift without extended downtime or scars associated with a traditional facelift.

What is FaceTite?

FaceTite is an in-office, minimally invasive procedure that provides lower face and neck tightening using tiny imperceptible incision sites. Patients remain awake and comfortable while Dr. Light performs FaceTite using an internal and external probe that sandwiches targeted cheek and neck areas. Radio frequency energy technology simultaneously contracts and contours skin. This results in neck tightening and lifting, a more sculpted jawline and smoother cheek areas. FaceTite is considered the next best alternative to a facelift without invasive surgery.

Why choose FaceTite?

During a consult, Dr. Light and his staff listen to individual concerns and goals, assess underlying facial structure and consider overall health. Based on this overall picture, options

for treatment are presented for consideration. Here are reasons why FaceTite can be a great choice:

  • No hospital stay
  • Limited swelling and bruising
  • Real results
  • Only a few days of downtime.

If you have concerns about mild to moderate loosening skin in the lower face and neck, but thought there was no truly effective solution without surgery, call Light Facial Plastic Surgery to determine if FaceTite is the right choice for you. The path to firmer, smoother and younger-looking arms, thighs, belly or back begins with a consult. Call 256-351-2000.