Sofwave™ is an innovative new treatment to rejuvenate your skin and appearance by reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Before undergoing any treatment, many patients want to know how many Sofwave sessions they will need to achieve their desired result.
The number of treatments required depends primarily on the desired results you’d like to achieve.
This page contains the following:
- How Sofwave treatment works
- How many Sofwave sessions are needed?
- How long should you wait between sessions?
- What to consider before Sofwave
How the Sofwave treatment works
To understand how many Sofwave treatments may be needed, it’s important to know how the procedure works.
The Sofwave procedure works by using proprietary Synchronous Ultrasound Parallel Beam SUPERB™ technology, ultrasound energy precisely passes through the skin’s surface (the epidermis), heating the mid-dermal tissue at just the precise depth and temperature to rejuvenate collagen fibres and improve the overall appearance of the skin.
You may start to see results within a few weeks of the procedure but it can take between three to six months to reach the full result.
How many Sofwave sessions are needed?
The Sofwave procedure can be performed on a range of areas of the face and neck.
During an initial consultation, we will discuss the area you would like to target and the results you’d like to achieve. Each patient is different so we will take your desired results, your current skin health and your medical history into account when deciding how many Sofwave treatments may be needed.
How long should you wait between sessions?
You should only need one session of Sofwave. However, because aging is an ever gradual process, having the treatment once every 12 months will help keep your skin lifted and youthful is the best course of action. Prevention makes it much easier
What to consider before Sofwave
Sofwave™ is a great alternative for those who are not ready to take that extra step and undergo plastic surgery. The results will be more dramatic in a surgical procedure, but there are risks involved with a surgical procedure, with the anesthesia and the occurrence of scar tissue.