31 East Darrah Lane
Lawrence Township, NJ 08648

What is AccuTite?

AccuTite is a cosmetic procedure designed for refining the contours of both the face and body, targeting fine lines, wrinkles, and loose skin in localized areas.

How is AccuTite intended to be used?

AccuTite is intended to be used on small delicate areas that are usually not suitable for other non-invasive or surgical procedures. AccuTite is intended to reduce the amount of fat underneath the skin and contract the skin, which gives a tighter and less saggier look to the skin.

How does AccuTite work?

AccuTite uses two electrodes, one that is inserted into the skin, and one that stays outside, to liquify fat. The inner electrode shoots a current into the tissue, generating heat. This heat melts fat, which can then be removed forcibly or just eliminated naturally by the body. The external electrode closes the loop and also monitors body temperature, ensuring the current is safe. Additionally AccuTite stimulates collagen production in the treated & surrounding tissue. Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, and it provides structural support to connective tissues (which includes our skin). The increase in collagen production leads to skin tightening and rejuvenation.

What are the typical treatment areas?

AccuTite is primarily applied to small and sensitive regions that may not be suitable for other non-surgical or surgical methods. These areas often encompass the neck, jowls, eyelids, as well as various facial regions, in addition to the arms, knees, and abdomen.

How is AccuTite different from other skin revitalization devices?

AccuTite allows for fat removal and skin tightening simultaneously. This removes the need for having separate treatments for skin tightening and fat removal. Additionally, AccuTite is precise–due to its small size– which allows the procedure to be done in small or delicate areas while minimizing damage to surrounding tissues.

How many treatments will I need?

AccuTite is a one-time treatment for each area of the body/face that is addressed. Skin tightening and improvements in skin quality are usually seen over several months, since AccuTite stimulates collagen production. These results can be long-lasting, and that’s why AccuTite is usually done one time per area of the body. However, maintenance may be required depending on your results.

How long is the typical treatment?

AccuTite treatment typically takes less than an hour, but the length of the treatment can vary depending on the locations of the areas being treated, and the number of areas being treated.

Is the recovery time long?

The recovery time for AccuTite is usually shorter than surgical procedures, since there’s less trauma to the tissues. The downtime is a few days at most.

Is AccuTite considered surgery?

No. AccuTite is regarded as a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure, which means it utilizes smaller incisions or entry points in contrast to conventional surgical techniques.

What are the potential side effects?

Following the procedure, expected side effects may include swelling, bruising, and mild redness. Most side effects resolve themselves within seven days post-treatment.

Is the treatment painful?

For AccuTite, you’ll receive appropriate local anesthesia before the procedure to make you more comfortable.

Does AccuTite use laser, radiofrequency, or ultrasound energy?

AccuTite uses radiofrequency-assisted liposuction (RFAL). It combines liposuction, which is the removal of fat, with radiofrequency energy. This allows the treatment to simultaneously achieve tightening of the skin along with the removal of fat.

Can I receive AccuTite if I have a darker skin tone?

Yes, AccuTite works regardless of skin tone. There’s no difference in treatment or results when AccuTite is used on darker skin tones.

How do I know whether AccuTite Technology is right for me?

You can consult a qualified medical professional to see if AccuTite technology is right for you. Our office is available for consultations at 31 East Darrah Lane, Lawrence Township NJ. To schedule an appointment, call the following number: 855-611-9116

    Important Pre-Treatment Instructions

    To reduce the chance of any adverse side effects, we recommend doing the following things (unless your physician says otherwise):

    • Make sure to hydrate, and moisturize your skin well daily before the treatment (at least a week in advance)
    • Keep treatment areas clean and free them of any substances such as lotion, makeup, sunscreen or any other cosmetic products
    • Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight a week before the treatment
    • Follow the precise pre-treatment guidelines given by your healthcare provider to achieve the best outcomes and reduce the risk of potential complications

    (this section should only serve as additional information; it is NOT a substitute for your physician’s instructions).