Fractional Radio-Frequency Microneedling Facelift


Radio-Frequency (RF) microneedling devices use specially insulated needles that deliver high-intensity radio frequency energy into the targeted tissue once the needles have broken through the skin. This gives a uniform warming effect to the deep tissue, which helps to stimulate new collagen fibers to grow, leading to significant improvement to skin quality and texture.

RF microneedling device helps with fine lines, enlarged pores, wrinkles, acne scars, skin tightening and stretch marks. RF microneedling encourages collagen growth and tissue tightening precisely at predetermined depths in the skin. The result is a little to no downtime, and a nearly painless procedure that can greatly improve wrinkling, scars, and skin laxity.

Fractional Radio-Frequency Microneedling Facelift for Full Face: $600.
Fractional Radio-Frequency Microneedling Facelift for Full Face and Neck: $799

How to prepare

It is best to avoid alcohol and any non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication prior to treatment as both may contribute to bruising following the procedure. Stop using products that contain salicylic acid (often found in facial cleansers) before the procedure.

Please inform your physician if you are currently taking or have taken any blood-thinning medication as it may increase bleeding or bruising during and following the procedure.

What to Expect

Following your consultation, the procedure is performed under topical numbing, and takes approximately one hour. Typically, 2 to 4 treatments are recommended for optimal results.

Side effects following RF microneedling are mild, resulting in minimal downtime after treatment. For some patients, there may be mild pinpoint bleeding and slight bruising. More typically, the skin is mildly red for approximately 24 hours. Most patients can resume their normal routine within a day.


Optimal results typically are seen after three to six months from the first treatment, and the skin continues to improve as the new collagen is produced. Based on your consultation, your physician will recommend a treatment plan, most receive two to three treatments.