AGNES Radio Frequency Acne Treatment
Agnes RF is an excellent treatment for active acne with pimples, cysts, comedones, or large pores. Agnes RF is also used to improve dermal health, including treatment for under-eye bags, facial contouring (non-surgical facelift), periorbital wrinkles, drooping jowls, and volume reduction of the chin and buccal fat.
Each session takes approximately 30 – 60 minutes and is available at our Nedlands and Applecross clinics.
Skin tightening of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, jowls or neck. Any area affected by acne.
AGNES Radio Frequency Treatment for Acne
AGNES Radio-Frequency Acne Ablation is a targeted, permanent fix for acne that could spare you the need for oral medication that can cause gastrointestinal or mucosal side effects, commonly associated with the antibiotics or oral retins used in acne treatment.
Conceived by Korean dermatologists, the Agnes machine has specially designed needles with measured depths to target the structures in the skin causing the problem. The needles have an insulating coating, also engineered to a precise depth, to protect other structures in the skin and the epidermis. The coating means sufficient power can be delivered to the target tissue, with minimal effects on other areas. The machine has also exact control over pulse duration and power, meaning little downtime or risk of pigment changes.
Agnes Radio Frequency Treatment for Skin Tightening
Agnes RF uses radio frequency technology to help tighten the neck and other loose facial skin, soften deep wrinkles, refine large pores, and shrink specific pockets of fat under the skin to help minimise jowls. It also stimulates new collagen production and elastin, providing long-term benefits.
How many treatments are required?
2-3 sessions, may be required depending on the severity of the condition. Usually, it is advised to have a time gap for about 1-2 months before the secondary treatment. A third treatment is required when acne reoccurs after a few months. For severe conditions, it may be recommended to have the second treatment over the span of 3 to 4 weeks.
Who is suitable for the AGNES Radio Frequency treatment?
Those with stubborn, chronic acne, active acne with pimples, cystic acne, comedones, post-inflammatory erythema (red spots), Atrophic acne scars (ice pick, box, rolling) or large pores may be candidates for treatment.
Anyone Suitability for treatment is determined through a consultation. Contact us or book a consult online with Dr. Syed to determine if AGNES is the correct treatment for you.
Expected AGNES Radio Frequency results
The area of the skin will improve over the course of several sessions. After the treatment, there are slim chances of pimples forming again in the treated follicles. The number of new lesions will then reduce over time and over a number of treatments. Pimples do not form again in treated follicles.
AGNES Radio Frequency treatment cost and consultation
If you would like to assess your suitability for this treatment and obtain a final costing, we recommend that you book a consultation with one of our Doctors; the cost of this appointment is $150.00 (partially claimable through Medicare).
Please note that all new patients must pay the consultation fee at the time of booking to secure their appointment.
Dr. David Syed graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Western Australia in 1992 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). He is experienced in skin rejuvenation and utilising non-surgical techniques to improve the quality of the skin.
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