Ultherapy is the only non-invasive FDA-cleared procedure to lift skin on the neck, under the chin and on the eyebrow. Now also FDA-cleared to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles on the décolletage, Ultherapy can help you achieve a fresher, more youthful look from your brow to your chest!
How does Ulthera® work?
Ulthera uses safe, time-tested ultrasound energy to lift and tighten the skin naturally—without surgery or downtime. Safe Ultrasound. No Surgery. Ultherapy harnesses the power of ultrasound to transform the brow, chin, 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, so there is no downtime with this procedure. Some patients see an initial effect right after their treatment, but the real results appear over 2−3 months as new collagen works to lift and tighten skin on the neck, chin and brow as well as smooth skin on the chest. While Ultherapy won’t duplicate the results of a facelift, it’s a clinically proven non-invasive alternative for those not ready for surgery—and can even be an option for patients who wish to extend the effects of cosmetic surgery.
Who uses Ulthera®?
A good Ultherapy®candidate has mild to moderate skin laxity where the skin begins to feel and look less firm. Examples include a lowered eyebrow line, loose skin on the neck, sagging under the chin, and lines or wrinkles on the chest. Of course, the best way to find out if you’re an Ultherapy®candidate is to consult with a practitioner.
Just one non-invasive Ultherapy® treatment helps counteract the effects of time, gravity and sun exposure without downtime.
Ultherapy is a great alternative for those not ready for surgery or for patients looking to extend the effects of cosmetic surgery.
Ultrasound, of course, has been used safely throughout the medical field for more than 50 years—and Ultherapy® has been established as safe and effective in clinical studies and in more than 350,000 treatments worldwide.