Ultrasound, not Surgery
Ultherapy uses ultrasound therapy to penetrate deeper into the skin than other non-invasive treatments for stimulating collagen. As a result, Ultherapy providers can see the layers of tissue they are treating with traditional ultrasound imaging. By doing so, the treatment’s energy gets to the right place where it’s most effective for you.
FDA-Cleared for lifting
Only Ultherapy is FDA-cleared to lift skin on the neck, under the chin, and brow while also improving wrinkles and lines on the décolletage!
Using ultrasound technology, Ultherapy is the only non-surgical cosmetic procedure that targets the foundational layer of facial tissue that surgeons address during surgery. We can view the layers of skin being treated with ultrasound, so the energy can be delivered directly where it will be most effective.
Natural proteins, such as collagen, give skin youthfulness by firming and toning it. Our collagen weakens as we age, and so does its ability to withstand the effects of gravity that pull the skin downward. Ultherapy stimulates a collagen-repair process that strengthens existing collagen and produces new collagen.
Ultherapy can benefit a wide range of people, but typically those in their thirties and older are the best candidates. It is not a replacement for surgery, but many people are not ready (mentally, financially, or logistically) for surgery but would like some lifting to look more refreshed and toned. It has become more common for younger people to want to “stay ahead of the game” and prolong the effects of surgery.
Yes, definitely! Ultherapy is being used by both women and men worldwide.
There may be some discomfort during the delivery of energy, but that is temporary and indicative of the collagen-building process beginning. Patients tell us how comfortable and happy they feel after performing the procedure because we take every measure possible to make the experience pleasant.
One year after Ultherapy, patients still have fresh collagen, but their skin continues to age. Touch-up treatments every year can help slow down the aging process.
It is not uncommon to have some slight swelling, tingling, or tenderness to touch for a few weeks following treatment, but these are usually mild and temporary. Other post-procedure effects can include bruising and small areas of numbness, but these are less common and temporary.
Ultherapy treatments cost between $500 and $2500, depending on the extent of treatment. These prices are in line with the demand for an alternative to surgery.
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