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The treatment of abdomen skin laxicity with non ablative radiofrequency using FACES technique

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Abdominoplasty represents the elective treatment of abdomen skin laxicity. Now non ablative radiofrequency is a valid alternative to the surgery. In this article we report the results of a study in 50 female patients with abdomen skyn laxicity treated with non ablative radiofrequency. The results were positive in 80% of cases, without relevant side-effects.

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