“Accent” is performed using radio frequencies to transfer heat and activate collagen and elastic fibers and deep into the subcutaneous fat and superficially into the skin and epidermis. The skin is a living organ whose cellular activity maintains its stability, softness and healthy glow. From the age of 25, skin cells (fibroblasts) begin to slow down the production of collagen and elastin. So as we get older, we tend to lose our youthful and smooth-textured skin, which may appear dry or dull. Also, as time goes on, our skin loses its volume and elasticity and shows signs of relaxation and wrinkles.The above become mainly visible in the area of the face, neck and décolleté. The neck and décolleté are particularly prone to premature aging because these are the areas of increased sun exposure. Non-surgical resuscitation of the neck and face has an important role as an adjunct to surgery and is also an alternative to surgery. The “Accent”is performed using radio frequencies to transfer heat and activate collagen and elastic fibers and deep into the subcutaneous fat and superficially into the skin and epidermis. First we stimulate the deeply located fibroblasts (the cells that produce collagen and elastic fibers) with the monopolar head for about 20 minutes, and then, with the bipolar head, for another 20 minutes, we maintain the local surface temperature at 40˚C, to ensure the reorganization of collagen and elastic fibers. There is thus a completely painless and comfortable treatment for impressive results on thin, loose and flabby skin on the face and neck. Accent treatments last about 40-45 minutes and are repeated every two weeks for a total of 4-6 sessions.