The Ulthera System recently received
Ultherapy is a non-surgical, lifting procedure that stimulates the body's own natural healing process to lift the skin over time. The use of
"The chest is one of the most-exposed and least-cared-for areas of the body. Overtime, sun damage, natural aging and lifestyle habits lead to thin the skin and create wrinkles, sunspots and crepe-paper-like texture," says
The Ultherapy chest treatment uses micro-focused ultrasound energy with imagining (MFUV) to non-invasively heat tissue at multiple depths, resulting in the regeneration of the skin's collagen and elastin cushion that gives the skin its youthful properties. This has a firming and strengthening effect on the skin and smooths out lines and wrinkles.
While there are many energy-based devices on the market that are used to treat wrinkles and lines on various surfaces of the skin, the Ultherapy DÉcolletage Treatment is now the ONLY non-invasive procedure specifically indicated by the
"The beauty of this treatment is the zero downtime. My patient's can pop in for a 30 minute lift, and go back to the office with no residual pain or post-care protocol," says
With just one Ultherapy treatment, the lifting process is initiated, but the effect will build gradually over the course of two to three months, as new, stronger collagen and elastin are created. Further improvements can even appear up to six months following a procedure as this collagen-building process continues.
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