*Face refers to the treatment of one or more of the FDA-cleared areas of the brow and under the chin. Results may vary.
Ultherapy treatments involve using a handheld device that emits low-intensity ultrasound waves. The device is guided over the treated area, and the energy heats up deeper layers of skin, stimulating the production of new collagen. The effects are visible within 2 to 3 months, gradually improving over two to three months as more collagen is produced. Treatment time may vary depending on the area and individual patient needs, but it typically takes about an hour or less.
One of Ultherapy’s primary benefits is its safety profile; the FDA has cleared it for non-invasive aesthetic use since 2009. It also requires no downtime after treatment and provides natural-looking results. In addition, Ultherapy can be used safely on most skin types and tones and requires no anesthesia or sedation.
Your Ultherapy session will be performed in a medical setting and may involve a topical anesthetic. During the treatment, you will feel slight heat as the device is passed over your skin. You should not experience any pain or discomfort during or after your treatment.
The results of Ultherapy are visible almost immediately, with further improvement occurring over two to three months. Depending on individual patient needs and lifestyle habits, these effects can last up to two years. It is important to note that everyone’s results from Ultherapy will vary; multiple treatments may be recommended for optimal results.
Ultherapy is a way to improve your skin without surgery. It can help you avoid needing a facelift in the future. Ultherapy can also be combined with other treatments for a natural transformation.
Ultherapy is a safe and effective procedure for treating sagging skin and wrinkles. It works by stimulating collagen production to improve skin laxity with little to no downtime. With its proven safety profile, natural-looking results, and minimal recovery time, it’s easy to see why Ultherapy is one of the most popular non-invasive treatments available today.