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ATTIVA is the latest non-surgical cosmetic treatment that uses radiofrequency energy to heat the deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production. While the ATTIVA technology has been used in Europe for years, it is now FDA cleared in the United States.

ATTIVA is a non-surgical, non-invasive radiofrequency treatment for the face and body that provides visible results with little to no downtime. ATTIVA is unique because of the Subdermal Induced Heat Technology (S.I.H.) delivery system, which delivers radiofrequency energy beneath the skin to generate substantial heat without causing damage to the skin’s surface. The radiofrequency energy triggers an immediate contraction of relaxed collagen fibers beneath the skin and initiates a biochemical response that prompts fibroblasts to generate new collagen and elastin.

Am I a good candidate?

Attiva S.I.H is suitable for those who want to tighten the skin and smooth out wrinkles in a single session without the downtime and the risk associated with surgery*

Is Attiva treatment safe?

The S.I.H technology has proven to be extremely efficient and safe. The safety is insured by a built-in Double Temperature Control on the device. This combined with an external thermo control camera allows a constant monitoring of the probe inside the tissues and of the superficial skin temperature. During the entire session the physician monitors the parameters and the results.

How long does it take to see visible results?

Immediately after the first session most patients will see some enhancement, but the full result is obtained after 2 to 3 month following the treatment. The reason is the necessary time the body needs to produce new Elastin and collagen fibers.

How long will the result last?

The optimal result is achieved after 3 to 5 months and will remain up to 18 – 20 months.

Is Attiva S.I.H treatment painful?

The procedure itself is painless as the treated area is under local anesthesia, although there may be some mild discomfort during treatment to the sensitive areas.

How long is the treatment and what Is the Recovery Time? 

Treatment times can vary based on treatment area, and recovery time can be from a few hours to a few days depending on the area treated and the type of local anesthesia used by the physician.

Individul results may vary and are not gauarteed

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