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Accutite

Introducing Accutite™- When Accuracy Is Everything

AccuTite™ by InMode is the newest member of the Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) technologies to come to market, and Dr. Nagy of Plastic Surgery of the Face and Body in Wall, NJ is now able to offer this exciting new minimally-invasive procedure to his patients. AccuTite™ is the smallest contraction device in cosmetic medicine-and we are excited to provide our patients this cutting-edge technology as an option to more invasive surgical procedures. With AccuTite™, Dr. Nagy is now able to apply focal radio-frequency precision contraction in a very specific area, and prevent the need for more invasive or excisional surgeries.
AccuTite™ can be used in conjunction with other treatments or surgeries, or it can be used alone, depending on the desired result. With minimal downtime, this is an attractive option now available to patients who have a busy lifestyle or prefer less invasive modalities. AccuTite™ can be used on the face or body for sculpting and skin tightening.
AccuTite™ Face can treat the:

  • Brow
  • Periorbital area (around the eyes)
  • Significant skin tightening
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Neck
  • Lower face

AccuTite™ Body can treat the:

  • Axilla
  • Upper arms
  • Hands
  • Knees
  • Inner thighs
  • Abdomen etching
  • Labia majora
  • Labia minora

What areas can be treated with AccuTite™?

The AccuTite™ is revolutionizing in-office minimally invasive procedures. Hard to reach areas are now possible with pinpoint accuracy. Any areas with saggy skin or excess fat can be treated. Common areas for the face include the brows, the area around the eyes. The neck and lower face are also easily treated. For the body, common areas include the axilla (armpits), the upper arms, inner thighs and knees.

Is the AccuTite™ procedure safe?

AccuTite is part of the Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) technologies, which has over 22 peer reviewed clinical publications demonstrating a high level of safety. AccuTite™ has numerous safeguards built into the technology to ensure uniform and gentle heating that makes the procedure comfortable and effective.

How quickly will I see results?

Results can typically be seen immediately, with the best results noticeable after 6 weeks and continuing up to 12 months.

What kind of post-procedure care is required?

AccuTite™ is a minimally-invasive procedure performed with a very small wand under local anesthesia or light sedation. Post procedure, patients can go home and resume regular activities shortly after. Depending on the treatment area, wearing a compression garment may be recommended. All of this information will be discussed with you during your consultation with Dr. Nagy.

Where is the AccuTite™ procedure performed?

The AccuTite™ procedure can be done right in the office with light sedation or local anesthesia. If the procedure is being paired with more invasive procedures that require the operating room or surgical center, the treatment can be performed there as well. In most cases, we will be able to perform AccuTite™ right here in our office.

How many AccuTite™ treatments will I need?

In most cases one treatment will provide you with the desired result.
During your consultation with Dr. Nagy at Plastic Surgery of the Face and Body in Wall, NJ, he will discuss with you the benefits as well as risks of any procedure or treatment. We consider the consultation the cornerstone of understanding the patients’ aesthetic goals and educating you on what the best treatment path would be to help meet those goals. A customized plan will be developed to meet your needs and provide you with the best possible outcome. Please call the office at 732-282-0002 to schedule a consultation to see if AccuTite™ is for you.

Implant Recall 2019

As reported in the news, textured breast implants have been associated with a rare type of lymphoma (cancer of the immune system) called Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). This lymphoma is so rare that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not recommend that textured implants be removed or replaced in those without symptoms of BIA-ALCL.

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