RF Skin Resurfacing in Carmel, IN

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What is RF Skin Resurfacing?

Skin resurfacing with radiofrequency (RF) technology at Health and Wellness of Carmel is a noninvasive aesthetic treatment that utilizes pulsating beams of light to remove dead and damaged skin layer by layer. The treatment is used for correcting facial wrinkles and lines and for improving skin flaws, including pigmentation, acne scars, and more. Skin resurfacing using the Accent Prime is a great procedure for people who want softer, clearer, youthful-looking skin. Schedule radiofrequency skin resurfacing with Dr. Clifford Fetters in Carmel, IN as soon as you're able.

RF Skin Resurfacing FAQs

How much does RF skin resurfacing cost?
Your RF skin resurfacing costs vary, depending on the treatment you select. During your consultation, Dr. Fetters will ask about your skin issues and wants before reviewing the various types of RF resurfacing available. Then, he will help you select your treatment and talk to you about costs.

How can I help my skin recover after RF skin resurfacing?
Skin resurfacing recovery with the Accent Prime is much shorter than resurfacing with a laser. Dr. Fetters or someone on his team will talk to you about ways to help your skin heal after a radiofrequency resurfacing treatment. The number one rule is don't pick or peel your skin. Doing this can lead to lasting damage, like scars. You should skip all hair removal methods on the treated skin, which includes waxing, shaving, or depilatory creams, in addition to applying SPF 50 and wearing a hat. We can recommend a cream to help soothe treated areas.

How often should I get skin resurfacing treatments?
Seeing that RF skin resurfacing isn't exceptionally intense, you might only need to wait a few weeks between appointments. You should talk to Dr. Fetters about how frequently you are willing to come back for appointments so he can consider this when suggesting a treatment plan during your consultation.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.