Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction & Skin Tightening
For patients that experience wrinkles and sagging as a result of aging, Pelleve can be a great facial rejuvenation alternative to tighten skin and reduce wrinkling. Sagging skin is a very common problem that comes with the natural aging process. Not only is Pelleve effective and easy to use, it’s one of the few wrinkle treatment systems that is actually approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Denver based Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Sumit Sitole uses the innovative approach for patients who want a more youthful and vibrant appearance without the down-time and recovery.
Pelleve uses advanced radiowave technology to transmit heat to the deepest layers of skin without damaging the outer layers of skin. The procedure is performed without anesthesia because Pelleve does not cause discomfort for the patient. Most patients liken the experience to a hot stone massage. Pelleve uses heat to stimulate collagen growth and reorganizing, enabling the body’s natural healing process to enhance the facial appearance. Performed in just 30 minutes to one hour, Pelleve has the ability to give a more youthful and rejuvenated facial appearance during your lunch hour!
Patients who choose Pelleve will notice a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, and will enjoy a much more youthful appearance. The treatment is quick and painless and patients can generally resume daily activity immediately following the procedure. Pelleve is an excellent facial rejuvenation alternative that is completely safe, and patients often enjoy the results for up to 1 year following the procedure.
Dr. Sumit Sitole offers Pelleve for patients from Denver and surrounding suburbs including Aurora, Littleton, Centennial, Lakewood, and Arvada.
If you are currently unhappy with lines and wrinkles that may have formed around the eyes, but you would prefer a non-invasive solution, Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Sumit Sitole to discuss the positive effects of Pelleve. Dr. Sitole meets with each patient individually to address any questions or concerns that may come up prior to the actual procedure.