Ultherapy Skin Tightening

An Uplift, not a Facelift!
Ultherapy is a new type of non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that uses ultrasound and the body’s own natural healing process to lift, tone, and tighten loose skin on the brow, neck, and under the chin. The only FDA-cleared procedure to lift skin on these hard-to-treat areas, Ultherapy uses the safe, time-tested energy of ultrasound to stimulate the deep structural support layers of the skin—including those typically addressed in a surgical facelift—without disturbing the surface of the skin.

Take a look at these Before & After photos to see the actual astonishing results after just one Ulthera treatment.

Ultherapy featured in:

The New York Times

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“It was worth the money.”

Ultherapy was recently featured in The New York Times! The article, “In the Wrinkle Wars, a New Weapon,” showcases cosmetic ultrasound treatments, touting Ultherapy as a treatment that “provided a noticeable lift” with “effective, fast results.”

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This just in… Ultherapy was just voted the “Best In Office Treatment” by the readers of New Beauty magazine.


Ultherapy FAQs:

Q: Does it hurt?
A: A recent software upgrade called “Ultherapy Amplify” now affords a more comfortable procedure. While comfort thresholds vary from patient to patient, most patients now report that the procedure is quite tolerable. If and when any discomfort does occur, it happens while the ultrasound energy is being delivered. This sensation is temporary and is a positive signal that the collagen-building process has been initiated.

Q: How long does it last?
A: Patients treated with Ultherapy still have fresh young collagen after a year’s time following the procedure, but skin continues to age. Future touch-up treatments can help keep pace
with the aging process, which varies by individual.

Q: Are there any side effects?
A: There may be slight redness for up to an hour or so following the treatment, and a small percentage of patients may have slight swelling, tingling or tenderness to touch, but these are mild and temporary in nature.

Watch this terrific video from MSNBC and Kate Moss on Ultherapy.