Ultherapy is the only non-invasive procedure FDA cleared to lift skin on the face, neck, and chest.
The Ultherapy® procedure stimulates collagen production by delivering focused ultrasound energy to the skin’s foundational layer typically addressed in cosmetic surgery—without cutting or disrupting the surface of the skin. There is no “down-time”, so you’ll be able to immediately return to your normal activities.
Ultherapy is FDA approved for the treatment of the face neck and chest. Ongoing studies include almost any area of the body and result in the same firming and lifting that is seen on the face. Treatment of jowls, droopy eyelids and brow, lip lines, crow’s feet, chest wrinkles, droopy knees, arms, abdomens and buttocks is all possible
Ultherapy is a noninvasive way to lift, firm and tighten skin of the brow, forehead, jaw line, neck and décolleté. TTiny focused beams of ultrasound are directed at 3 layers in and beneath the skin. Each tiny treatment zone stimulates new collagen over several weeks to months. The result is firmer more lifted youthful skin.
Anyone with skin sagging or laxity above the brow or jaw area or anyone who wants firmer more youthful skin of the face, neck or upper chest area can benefit from Ultherapy.
Aging continues and skin naturally sags or stretches and wrinkles with time. Ultherapy treatments can last up to 2 years or longer depending on the individual. Many like to repeat the treatment every 18 months to 2 years.
With just one Ultherapy treatment, the lifting process is initiated, but the effect will build gradually over the course of two to three months. Further improvements can appear up to six months following the procedure, as the collagen-building process continues to lift the skin.
While the results are not as dramatic as those of surgery, Ultherapy's gradual improvements make it a compelling option. The treatment is ideal for those who have mild to moderate skin laxity and anyone that wants to "stay ahead of the game".
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