It’s easy to say radiofrequency

All the differences between the radiofrequency technologies available at SOTHERGA, and the many applications possible based on the problems and areas to be treated.

11 March 2021

Posted by: Redazione Sotherga

Reading time: 2 min

Radiofrequency is generally defined as a non-invasive treatment that uses the power of electromagnetic waves. Radiofrequency in aesthetic medicine is used to counteract different types of imperfections, and you’ll see that there are very different types.


Radiofrequency is an innovative technology that allows you to treat various problems of the face and body. Thanks to its waves, the radiofrequency is able to act in a targeted manner, reaching even the deepest layers of the epidermis. Today in aesthetic medicine, radiofrequency is used for the treatment of localized skin laxities even the most stubborn ones – and stretch marks. This technology is also outstanding to combat cellulite. Radiofrequency can also be employed to treat hyperhidrosis, a completely different (though equally bothersome) problem. In this case radiofrequency is employed to deactivate the glands responsible for the production of sweat.


Our Aesthetic Doctors are waiting for you at SOTHERGA to advise you and guide you in choosing the most suitable type of radiofrequency based on the type of imperfection to be treated, the desired objectives, and your needs.


Today we will offer you only a quick overview of some particularly effective types of radiofrequencies and the differences they promise in terms of action and results.


Accent Prime: the power of heat and ultrasounds


Accent Prime is the technology that combines radiofrequency with ultrasounds that act effectively on adipose tissue, counteracting even the most stubborn localized fat.

This treatment is ideal when you intend to remodel specific areas of the body and face affected by skin laxity and a general loss of tone. It also gives excellent results to combat cellulite.


Endymed®: an innovative handpiece to treat the most stubborn types of laxity


This type of radiofrequency uses a handpiece with gold micro-needles to convey the radiofrequency in depth. It is the ideal solution especially to treat the annoying laxity that affects the chin and the delicate area under the arms particularly affected by this imperfection. The handpiece with microneedles is more invasive but ensures impressive results.


Thermage: a younger and more toned body


One of the signs of aging is the loss of tone caused by a reduction in the amount of collagen present in the dermis. The result of the passing of time is wrinkles and signs that are first superficial and then increasingly evident. Thermage is a device approved by the Food and Drug Administration that relaxes skin and tissues with radiofrequency. It has a sophisticated tip that releases a controlled amount of energy in the form of heat. Unlike other radiofrequencies, it is performed in a single session while allowing you to appreciate long-lasting results two months after treatment.


TempSure: an ally against wrinkles


TempSure technology allows the skin to regenerate itself as it stimulates the production of new collagen that is essential for skin tone and elasticity. Widely used against wrinkles and in the fight against localized skin laxity, TempSure is an innovative, absolutely painless, and very comfortable treatment that ensures excellent results in a short time. It is also equipped with specific handpieces to treat certain areas of the body, such as the special handpiece dedicated to the eye contour and the vaginal probe that allows intimate female rejuvenation.

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