Get more youthful look with Tampa doctor’s surgery-free facelift

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TAMPA (WFLA) – A lot of people want to fight the signs of aging without going under the knife, or facing the sticker shock of plastic surgery. So now there’s a new trend plastic in the plastic surgery field of tackling early signs of aging at a younger age.

Tampa plastic surgeon Dr. Dan Diaco is introducing a breakthrough technology now available in Tampa called Bodytite by Inmode.

“We can actually melt fat and more importantly tighten the skin with small needle sticks no real incisions.” said Dr. Dan Diaco of Diaco Institute of Plastic Surgery.

The technology uses radio frequency to tighten skin, and Dr. Diaco can also treat the skin surface for a more youthful appearance.

He says this breakthrough device is just one example of the changing face of plastic surgery.

“This is for that woman in her 40s or 50s that doesn’t want to get a facelift, but feels like she is starting to show the signs of aging. This will tighten those areas without having to go through a painful facelift with a long recovery, that sometimes makes you look different.” said Diaco.

The device can be used on most all body parts and depending on how many areas you want to target can take as little as 15 minutes to perform.

Dr. Diaco is also offering his patients access to nitrous oxide or ‘laughing gas’ to deal with any minimal pain or anxiety.

Dr. Diaco says as more men and women are looking to stay youthful looking in a competitive job force, it makes sense to research new technology now on the market.

“There are a lot of options in plastic surgery now, from little peels to things like laser, liposuctioning, radio frequency skin tightening, that whole spectrum is at the tips of our fingers.” said Diaco.

Diaco Plastic Surgery is the first to bring this latest technology to Tampa Bay.

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