Radio Frequency Deep Care Treatment In Ireland



Benefits Of Radio Frequency Deep Care

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Prevention of pigmentation on the skin

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They are used in regenerative medicine

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They help you resist photoaging

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They have anti-inflammatory properties

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Anti-aging properties

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Hair-follicles recovery

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Skin rejuvenation

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Faster wound recovery

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Radio Frequency Deep Care Treatment FAQs

Radio Frequency Deep Care is a non-invasive therapeutic treatment that applies tiny electric currents in the range of 400-600 kHz Our machine operates at 448 kHz to the body in order to repair and regenerate the tissues and those currents induce thermal and non-thermal changes.

Radio frequency works by delivering thermal and non-thermal energy to the body. We can apply radio frequency after one of the surgeries we offer at Auralia and in several stages of the recovery phase.

Radio frequency can be used during the early stage of recovery where inflammation is elevated and also in chronic conditions such as lumps or capsular contracture.

At Auralia we use the latest, and best technology in the field of radio frequency.

Our radio frequency is at the frequency of 448 kHz Capacitive/Resistive Monopolar Frequency. This frequency in particular is used before and after surgical treatments, skin tightening, body remodelling and cellulite reduction.

Radio frequency could be applied even 24-48 hours after a surgery once a week for 3 to 4 weeks.

Radio frequency applied for medical purposes is a common and widely used treatment in several practices like orthopaedic medicine, rehabilitation centres, pain therapies and in aesthetic medicine, such as, Botox and mesotherapy and many other services we offer at Auralia, and for after care from many of our surgical cosmetic procedures that we offer.

1- The Capacitive mode (CET Capacitive Electric Transfer): In this mode the electrode is insulated, and the energy transfer goes more superficial (3.5 cm) into the skin. This reduces swelling and inflammation and can tighten the skin and many other advantages.

2- The Resistive mode (RET Resistive Electric Transfer): In this mode the electrode is not insulated (stainless steel electrode) and the current goes directly to the deep tissues (9-12 cm depth). This could improve the ionic environment in your tissues which leads to improving inflammation and better blood circulation.

This method consists of applying to the patient a current that circulates through the tissue to be treated through two electrodes placed on the patient's body surface and in usually opposite positions (back/face, back/abdomen, back/chest and abdomen/buttocks,).

Tissues with high thermal resistance like subcutaneous tissues, which are tissues under the skin like fat, generate more heat because of the physical features of those tissues. We need to understand that the heat does not come from the electrode but from the tissue itself, so the heat is well distributed and begins from within the target all across the tissue, which results in better recovery.

The technique allows you to improve the condition, such as, inflammation, pain tenderness, and appearance of the treated tissues. Radio frequency improves post-op intervention recovery due to tissue regenerative activity, improve the healing process, and results in better contouring.

It can also improve the appearance of the skin, fight saggy skin, make tissues firmer and helps tighten the face and body, promote the elimination of swelling, bruising, and reduce cellulite.

Radio frequency treatment is contraindicated in the following situations:

• Use of pacemakers or other types of electronic implants
• Intra Uterine Devices [IUD] if the treatment is around the abdominal area
• Pregnancy
• Non-intact skin (open wounds or recent burns)
• Thrombophlebitis (vein inflammation)
• People who suffer from a lack of sensitivity (congenital insensitivity to pain, diabetic neuropathy on the feet, nerve injuries, paraplegia or exposed to pharmacological treatments that reduce sensitivity to pain and heat).
• Known allergy to nickel and chromium

If any of these apply to you, then radiofrequency is not a recommended option.

After applying the treatment, it is normal for the patient to notice a sensation of increased temperature in the treated area. Likewise, erythema (redness) usually occurs, the intensity and extent of the redness will depend on the area of application, the size of the electrode used, the distance between the active and neutral electrodes, the body mass index, the age of the patient among other factors. This redness is harmless and generally subsides after a few hours. The increase in temperature is not harmful, it is part of the mechanism of action, contributes to the therapeutic effects and subsides several hours after the end of the treatment.

We are convinced that applying these techniques of radio frequency during the post op from the surgical cosmetic treatments improve the outcome of surgeries and the wellbeing of our patients.