Accutite - Ageless Health Clinics NT
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The smallest contraction device in cosmetic medicine. Surgical results with dramatically less downtime.
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When accuracy is everything

AccuTite is the smallest contraction device in cosmetic medicine. With AccuTite, physicians are able to apply focal radio-frequency contraction and prevent the need for more invasive or excisional surgery. The AccuTite is the latest in the Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) family of technologies. It is for patients who need precision fat reduction or skin contraction that can be done in less than 20 minutes.

Accutite Face

Brow + periorbital + lower face + neck + nasolabial fold


Accutite Body

Axilla + upper arms + hands + abdomen etching + knees + inner thighs

Frequently Asked Questions

What areas can be treated?

AccuTite is revolutionising in-office minimally invasive procedures. Hard to reach areas are now possible with pinpoint accuracy. Any areas with saggy skin or excess fat can be treated. Common areas for the face include the brows, periorbital region, nasolabial fold, lower face, and neck. On the body, patients can receive AccuTite for the axilla, upper arms, abdomen etching, inner thighs, knees, and areas for women’s health and wellness.

Aviva, powered by AccuTite, is a minimally invasive procedure to restore the function and appearance of the vulva by offering a non-excisional alternative to a labiaplasty.

Is it effective?

AccuTite is part of the Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) family of technologies, which has over 22 peer reviewed clinical publications showing great results with low-risk. AccuTite has numerous safeguards built into the technology to ensure uniform and gentle heating that makes the procedure comfortable and effective.

How quickly will I see results?

Results can be seen immediately, with best results noticeable after 6 weeks and continuing up to 12 months. 

What kind of post procedure care is required?

AccuTite is a minimally-invasive procedure performed with a very small wand under local anesthesia or light sedation. Post procedure, patients can go home and resume regular activities shortly after. Depending on the treatment area, wearing a compression garment may be recommended.