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Wrinkle Reduction with Pelleve

Pelleve is a very effective non-surgical skin tightening procedure used to improve the look of wrinkles and creases. It’s a virtually pain-free treatment that requires zero downtime so you can easily fit a session of it in your busy schedule. Here at Hawaii Dermatology & Surgery Inc., Dr. William Wong Sr., regularly uses Pelleve in our Aiea and Nauru Tower offices in Aiea, HI, and our Honolulu, HI, offices to give our patients smoother, tighter, and suppler-looking skin.

How Pelleve Works to Banish Wrinkles

With the use of FDA-approved radiofrequency technology, Pelleve directs heat into the skin’s deep layers without damaging the skin layers in between. The heat will then stimulate your collagen, which makes the skin layers contract, and in turn, tighten your skin. Consequently, your skin will start to produce fresh collagen and result in tighter, firmer, smoother and improved skin quality.

Pelleve is typically used on facial skin, particularly the portions surrounding the eyes, but it could also be used on the forehead and around the mouth. Expect to feel a warm sensation when the heat is focused on the targeted areas.

The Pelleve Results

A session with Pelleve typically takes 30 minutes to an hour depending on the areas of the face that are being treated. You’ll see visible results right away after your first session that could last up to six or so months as the treated areas produce more new collagen. The number of sessions you’ll need will likewise be dependent on the specific areas that require treatment.

For More Details and Questions About Pelleve, Reach Out to Us

You can schedule an appointment with Dr. Wong here at Hawaii Dermatology & Surgery Inc. by calling our Aiea and Nauru Tower offices in Aiea, HI, and Honolulu, HI, at (808) 487-7938.

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