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Hands free medical treatments trending during COVID-19

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - COVID-19 is changing everything, including how aesthetic medical treatments are done. Little or no contact is required between patients and providers during treatments with the new Evoke device.

The Evoke employs two wearable applicators. One resembles a set of headphones, the other applicator  fits under the chin. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov joined FOX11 Thursday morning to talk about using Evoke.

The device employs FDA cleared radio frequency (RF) technology to remodel facial tissues and rejuvenate skin. The provider programs the device, the patient is fitted and the provider can leave the room.

The hands- free technology has only been available for six months. And during the pandemic has become one of this year's biggest trends in medical treatments.

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