We no longer need invasive surgery to bring your cosmetic goals within reach. Many non-surgical treatments are available to tackle common signs of aging, including fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, pigmentation, and lost volume.
To help you find the best treatment for your needs, we’ve compiled three of our top non-surgical anti-aging treatments in this article: injectables, Agnes RF, and CO2 laser therapy.
Injections are quick, simple, and minimally invasive. Florida Face & Body offers Botox and facial fillers for non-surgical rejuvenation.
- Botox, the U.S.’s most popular cosmetic injectable, smooths facial lines and wrinkles by stopping facial muscle contractions. It lasts for approximately three months and can even be used to prevent skin aging before it starts.
- Facial fillers typically contain hyaluronic acid to restore lost volume in the face and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Many different fillers are available for various areas of the face.
Agnes RF is a revolutionary treatment that couples the respective anti-aging benefits of radiofrequency energy and microneedling technology. With thin, insulated needles that transmit RF energy beyond the skin’s surface, the Agnes RF device stimulates collagen and elastin production without harming the surrounding skin.
For patients seeking a solution to loose, sagging skin, this treatment is an effective option that requires little downtime.
CO2 laser treatment is a non-surgical option for wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, and other skin imperfections. The fractional laser technology we use at Florida Face & Body offers powerful results with a faster recovery time than CO2 lasers of the past.
During CO2 laser treatment, light energy precisely targets the skin’s outer layer, prompting the production of new, healthy skin cells and collagen proteins. In the weeks and months after the treatment, you’ll witness your skin becoming tighter, smoother, and brighter.
Schedule a consultation at Florida Face & Body today to learn more about these advanced cosmetic treatments.