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    What is a dermatologic surgeon?

    One of the most innovative and progressive medical subspecialties, these ASDS experts perform medically necessary and cosmetic treatment and procedures to improve skin health and beauty.

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    From aging skin to skin cancer...

    No one is more qualified to help than an ASDS member dermatologist. Each year, these skilled doctors perform 5 million cosmetic procedures and 2.6 million skin cancer treatments.

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    One American dies of melanoma almost every hour

    The good news: With early detection, melanoma has an almost 100 percent five-year survival rate. Schedule a free skin cancer screening today.

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    From crow's feet to spider veins...

    You'll look and feel your best when ASDS member dermatologists combine their training and expertise with the widest range of options available.

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Non-invasive Radio Frequency Treatment for Droopy Eyelids


Treatment Options


Learn more about the treatment option available for droopy eyelids


Non-invasive radio frequency treatment stimulates the body's collagen production by penetrating into the dermis in a high-density dot pattern. The procedure promotes a rapid healing response due to the presence of stem cells in the surrounding untreated areas, which will promote new collagen growth in the treated area. The procedure takes about 15 minutes. 

Why choose non-invasive radio frequency treatment for droopy eyelids

This treatment is a good alternative for people who suffer from mild to moderately loose eyelid skin, but who are not ready for surgical alternatives. Eyelid tightening can be performed on either the upper or lower lids, or both. The procedure is:

  • Non-invasive
  • Painless
  • Requires no downtime

Possible risks

  • Bruising
  • Swelling

Estimated cost

The average cost for non-invasive radio frequency treatment therapy is from $1,000 to $5,000. Since most medical insurance companies consider non-invasive radio frequency treatment a cosmetic procedure, it is usually not covered. 

How to prepare for the procedure

Before the procedure, an ASDS dermatologist will review the patient's medical history. This is the time for the doctor and patient to discuss expectations, potential risks and outcomes of the procedure. Be sure to alert the doctor regarding any:
  • Allerigies
  • Medical conditions
  • Medications
Pain medication and a topical anesthetic sometimes are administered before the procedure. 

What to expect after the procedure

  • Slight flushing or redness for up to two hours
  • Swelling
  • Full recovery in three to four days

Find a doctor for your non-invasive radio frequency procedure

Visit "Find a dermatologic surgeon" and choose "Radiofrequency Treatment for Tissue Tightening" from the drop down menu. Because ASDS dermatologists are trained in a variety of the best and latest techniques, they are the most qualified to evaluate and select the best treatment choice based on the individual patient's condition. 
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