What is FaceTite radiofrequency treatment?

FaceTite is a minimally-invasive contouring solution for the face and small areas of the body. This is a safe, effective and exciting treatment that offers patients significant aesthetic changes. FaceTite is powered by RFAL technology three-dimensional remodelling of the tissue. It is the next best thing to a facelift.

Why consider Facetite radiofrequency treatment?

Requiring local anaesthetic only with minimal downtime, it is fast becoming the treatment of choice when surgery is not desired and/or when usual aesthetic treatments are not quite enough. This procedure provides a powerful lift and treats lower face, under chin and neck laxity, whilst shrinking unwanted fat, resulting in a sculpted appearance and overall rejuvenation. FaceTite utilises minimally invasive radio-frequency energy to melt fat and tighten skin.

My patients tell me that FaceTite and AccuTite is a great alternative when surgery is not desired or if they want to refresh previous facial surgery.

Mr Olivier Amar

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What areas can be treated?

FaceTite can be used anywhere above the shoulders but is typically used in the following areas:

• Neck
• Jowls
• Nasolabial folds
• Brow
• Cheeks
• Eyes
• Mouth
• Forehead
• Jawline

How many treatments will I need?

Depending on your FaceTite treatment regime you can expect to have 1 session.


The process takes only 45-60 minutes to perform, visible results are achieved within 3-4 weeks and last long-term (with good skincare regime).


Results from AccuTite should be permanent. However, as with many fat reduction and skin tightening procedures, this will only be the case if you continue to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle following treatment.


The process takes only 45-60 minutes to perform under local anaesthesia, visible results are seen immediately and last long-term (with a healthy and active lifestyle).

What can I expect after FaceTite radiofrequency treatment?

After FaceTite radiofrequency treatment, you will be asked to come in for a post-operative nurse appointment one week after your surgery. At this point your incision sites will be reviewed, stitches removed and your preliminary healing will be assessed. You will come back at six week after surgery to be reviewed by Mr Olivier Amar.

How long do I have to wait to return to normal activities following the surgery?

Depending on your type of daily activity, you will usually be able to resume your normal activities after two to seven days and return to gentle exercise after two to three weeks. Strenuous activity should be avoided for at least 2-weeks. Mr Olivier Amar will discuss this with you in further detail at your consultation.