RF Microneedling in Providence, UT

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What is Radiofrequency Microneedling?

Dr. Travis James uses a unique approach that produces fantastic outcomes for our patients with a treatment known as Agnes radiofrequency (RF) microneedling. Traditional RF treatments have existed for years and are well-known in the aesthetic industry for skin tightening. Agnes is targeted microneedling used to treat under-eye bags, lift the lower face and neck, and tighten the skin, using only 1 – 3 needles. At Providence Dermatology in Providence, UT, we often incorporate this new advancement into our patients' skin remedies to produce healthier skin, a much smoother feel, and a luminous complexion.

A variety of factors can cause dull, aged, and rough skin. The Providence, UT individuals who struggle with such skin issues can find RF microneedling an ideal solution to their complaints, gaining benefits from the treatment, including:

  • Better skin surface, tone, and texture
  • Softened, glowing skin that has a natural and moisturized look
  • Stimulation of the body's natural collagen and elastin growth for continued outcomes
  • Overall better appearance of your skin and, with that, confidence in your skin

Who Is an Ideal Candidate for RF Microneedling?

If you are 40 years of age or older and are starting to notice smile lines, age spots, discoloration, and other skin irregularities (which can come with age and sun exposure), RF microneedling might be the ideal treatment for you. RF microneedling is a wonderful choice if you want to:

  • Tighten the skin, creating a more refreshed appearance
  • Enhance skin feel, pigment, and tone
  • Treat skin imperfections such as discoloration and blood vessels
  • Reduce the appearance of age spots and sun damage
  • Improve acne scars and other forms of discoloration
  • Rejuvenate skin for a younger, luminous look

How is RF Microneedling Performed?

Microneedling uses an instrument (with tiny needles on the end) that's rolled carefully around the skin to puncture and make micro-injuries that "disrupt" the tissues and produce collagen. Some even refer to this technique as collagen induction treatment. New skin grows as the skin begins to heal, leaving the top layer feeling and looking brighter, smoother, and refreshed. Although this procedure is commonly done on its own, combining this innovative technique with radiofrequency microneedling technologies has enabled us to maximize patient outcomes.

The method is quite straightforward. The handheld Agnes device emits radiofrequency heat and delivers brief pulses of RF energy. The power is delivered through the needles, which concurrently puncture your skin and returns the electrodes to the skin. The RF energy heats at levels that provide cumulative and continuing benefits.

I have been to the majority of the dermatologists in the valley and many of the PAs. Dr James is the first doctor to actually change my quality of life with his expertise and care.

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Really welcoming and amazing treatments provided!!

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5 stars is literally not enough! I can not express my gratitude to Dr. Travis James and his staff! I have been seeing Dr. James, since June of 2023. He has always provided me and my family with the highest level of care and dedication. I have always felt seen and heard about my concerns and questions. He always takes the time to talk me through all of the available options and costs to help meet my needs. He is dedicated to finding solutions and helping me heal. His office staff are very compassionate and caring. They make us feel like family! His staff is flexible with scheduling and so kind if you ever need to change an appointment. His office is convenient and comfortable, while professional and equipped with a variety of treatments. Dr James is a hidden gem on the south end of the valley. BEST DR. EVER!

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Dr. Travis James is the most kind, caring, passionate, dedicated, and helpful doctor I have ever been too. He genuinely cares about the people and loves what he does. He has worked tirelessly to help me and my mom with our rosacea. Dr. Travis James is incredibly knowledgeable and always provides options to help meet our needs. His staff is incredible and so kind. I look forward to going to their office for my appointments because of the great atmosphere and dedication to helping us heal and be better. :)

M.B. Google

I strongly recommend Providence Dermatology for any skincare needs. The office staff is very competent and always friendly. Doctor James is an awesome guy and an even better doctor. My family and I have gone here for a few years now, and they just keep getting better!. Keep up the great work!

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What To Expect After RF Microneedling

After undergoing RF microneedling, patients can expect a brief downtime as the skin begins healing. It's common to experience redness, swelling, and a sensation similar to a sunburn in the treated areas for the first few days. However, these side effects typically subside within a week, revealing a smoother, firmer, and more rejuvenated complexion. Over the following weeks to months, as collagen production is stimulated, the full benefits of the treatment, including improved skin texture and reduced appearance of scars or wrinkles, will become increasingly visible.

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If you want to lessen the appearance of aging or sun-damaged skin, as well as diminish acne scars, wrinkles, or laxity, Agnes RF microneedling is a wonderful treatment with proven results. Mixing radiofrequency skin tightening and microneedling, this exceptional skin rejuvenation procedure has increased in popularity and is a top-rated, minimally invasive therapy for our Providence, UT patients. We welcome you to contact Providence Dermatology to learn more.

How much does RF microneedling cost?

The cost for an RF microneedling procedure will vary based on your needs and the number of RF microneedling sessions needed to reveal your ideal results. When you have a first consultation, we will answer all your concerns and estimate your treatment costs.

Should I get RF microneedling and regular microneedling?

Both traditional microneedling and RF microneedling can help make dramatic improvements to the skin, but RF microneedling offers the added benefit of boosting collagen production for a firmer, lifted, more youthful-looking complexion.

Can I go straight back to work after RF microneedling?

While it's certainly possible to return to work immediately after an RF microneedling session, many patients choose to schedule their appointment toward the end of the day or ahead of a weekend, as the skin will appear pink or red and irritated following treatment. Additionally, patients will need take extra care to protect their skin from the sun after an RF microneedling treatment.

Is RF microneedling safe for dark skin?

Generally speaking, RF microneedling can be used on almost any skin type or tone, but there are certain factors that may make a person ineligible for treatment - like active skin infections or open sores. Prior to treatment, our knowledgeable team will closely evaluate your skin to determine whether RF microneedling or an alternative skin rejuvenation treatment may be the safest, most appropriate, and most effective solution for you.

How many RF microneedling treatments should I get?

Every person is different and some people might need more sessions compared to other patients. Our staff will take the time to perform a complete evaluation of your complexion and listen to your needs and wants to decide how many treatments you will need. Many patients get 3 – 4 treatments spaced four weeks apart.

Does RF microneedling hurt?

After a local anesthetic is put on the treatment area, most patients experience minimal pain during the procedure. Throughout the treatment, we will check in to ensure you are doing all right. Once the anesthetic wears off, you may feel slight discomfort as your skin is healing.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.