Ultherapy is one of the newest technologies available for treating facial aging. However, this innovative treatment has been used successfully for years to treat other body areas such as the hands, arms, legs, neck, and back.
Ultherapy works by providing controlled amounts of ultrasonic energy into the dermis layer of the skin. As a result, it stimulates collagen production and reduces wrinkles.
What Are The Benefits Of Ultherapy?
There are several benefits of Ultherapy:
1. It is entirely safe and painless.
2. It does not require any downtime.
3. It is effective at treating moderate to severe wrinkles.
4. It is minimally invasive and requires no incisions.
5. It is highly customizable and can treat multiple areas of the face simultaneously.
6. It is reasonable and has minimal side effects.
7. It is easy to administer and can be performed in a doctor’s office.
8. It is covered by insurance.
9. It is proven to work.
10. It is FDA-approved.
What Does Ultherapy Involve?
Ultherapy requires no incisions, anesthesia, or downtime. Your specialist will clean the area to be treated and then apply an ultrasound gel. The Ultherapy device is then placed against the skin to treat the area. Ultrasound energy is applied to the treatment area, where you may feel heat and tingling.
Who Can Benefit From Ultherapy?
Ultherapy is ideal for anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their face without surgery. It is also effective for people with moderate to severe skin laxity (loose skin) and deep wrinkles.
What Are The Side Effects Of Ultherapy? (And When To Seek Medical Attention)
While some minor side effects are associated with Ultherapy, these are usually temporary and mild. These include redness, swelling, bruising, tenderness, and itching. If you detect any of these symptoms, contact your doctor instantly.
What Results Can I Expect From Ultherapy?
Ultherapy has been shown to produce results similar to those achieved with traditional surgical procedures. Studies show that Ultherapy produces better results than Botox injections. Ultherapy uses ultrasound technology to promote collagen production, while Botox only relaxes muscles.