GFX Technology now only with Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS and only at The Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery.
Dr Ross A. Clevens is the only provider of GFX treatments in both the Central and East Coast of Florida. Dr. Ross A. Clevens was hand selected by the manufacturers of GFX to assist in the trials and studies necessary to attain its current FDA approved status.
GFX is an FDA approved radio frequency device that Dr. Ross A. Clevens uses to relax the frowning muscles of the brow and the raising muscle action of the forehead. GFX is an anti wrinkle treatment that has proved to reduce muscle activity thereby reducing the signs of wrinkling and aging on the forehead and between the brows. GFX may be, for some, an alternative to Botox injections.
Each time you frown, smile, or raise your eyebrows your underlying muscles are contracting. Over time, this muscle action causes outward signs of aging by way of lines and wrinkles in the brow and forehead region. GFX is a low intensity stimulator that locates hyperactive muscle activity and delivers a specific dose of radio frequency energy to the muscle which leads to a reduction of that muscle action. The result is the diminished appearance of lines and wrinkles. Along with softening lines and wrinkles, it gives eyebrows a lift while persevering other muscles so the forehead is not completely stiff, giving a more natural look. Whereas Botox generally lasts about 3-4 months, GFX may last up to 12-18 months or longer.
Frequently asked questions about GFX
What is GFX?
GFX is a FDA approved radio frequency device that Dr. Ross A. Clevens uses to relax the frowning muscles of the brow and the raising muscle action of the forehead. GFX is an anti wrinkle treatment that has proved to reduce muscle activity thereby reducing the signs of wrinkling and aging on the forehead and between the brows.
Is the GFX treatment painful?
Dr. Ross A. Clevens may apply a topical numbing cream to the region to minimize discomfort during the procedure. But discomfort is relatively small.
Where are the GFX treatments performed?
Dr. Ross A. Clevens performs the GFX treatments in our office at The Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery.
Does insurance cover the GFX procedure?
GFX is a purely cosmetic procedure and are therefore not covered by insurance.
What results can I expect from the GFX treatment?
You can expect a natural result of decreased lines and wrinkles in the brow and forehead that lasts anywhere from 8-18 months.
Who is a candidate for GFX treatments?
Candidates for GFX are typically people in good health who desire an anti aging treatment to the forehead and brow region. Candidates may also have had Botox treatments in the past, but desire a longer lasting result. Other candidates may have no history of Botox treatments, but want the desired benefits GFX can offer.
Contact our office today to see if you are a candidate for this state-of-the-art anti aging procedure.
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