Pelleve – Dr. Ron Shelton New York

Pelleve - Dr Ron Shelton New York

Most patients who desire to undergo anti-aging treatments often don’t have the luxury to take time off from their busy professional lives. Many surgical anti-aging procedures like facelifts are surgeries and they involve weeks of downtime, which these patients cannot allocate time to. It is for such patients that the Pelleve treatment is designed for.

The Pelleve treatment achieves anti-aging results through the use of constant radiofrequency energy. This energy is diverted deep into the skin where heat is generated where the skin and fat layers overlap. This constant and gradually increasing heating action stimulates the natural collagen in the skin and causes contraction of the saggy skin. As a result of Pelleve treatment’s heating action; natural collagen starts to produce over time, providing patients with younger-looking and firmer skin.

Although there are many other similar non-invasive anti-aging procedures available, Pelleve is different from them. This is because Pelleve offers significantly less pain and patients often describe the procedure as a warm massage. Other similar non-invasive skin tightening treatments require pain-relieving medication to be applied to the treatment area. However, the Pelleve treatment does not require such medication.

In addition to amazing anti-aging and aesthetic benefits, Pelleve is a very convenient treatment as well. Patients can expect to undergo the treatment in around one hour and they can immediately return to their normal routine without attracting unnecessary attention from onlookers. The changes achieved through the Pelleve treatment appear gradually and over time. Normally, the results from the Pelleve treatment continue to appear up to six months.

Pelleve Dr Ron Shelton - The New York Aesthetic Consultants, LLP

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