Ultherapy

In this day and age, many people are taking steps to preserve their youthful appearance and maintain a glowing and healthy looking complexion. Ultherapy is an increasingly popular anti-ageing facial treatment, which promises to banish sagging, ageing skin and wrinkles and create fresher, younger-looking skin.

What exactly is Ultherapy?

Ultherapy is currently the only procedure designed to lift the skin, which is approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration); it uses ultrasound technology to lift and tighten the skin, combating common signs of ageing, including sagging and loose skin, facial folds, lines and wrinkles.  Often branded as a ‘non-surgical facelift’, ultherapy is a non-invasive procedure, which usually takes just 60-90 minute to create amazing results.

Ultrasound technology is tried and tested and it has numerous important functions within the field of medicine; now it is used in facial aesthetics to stimulate a response against the effects of ageing, facilitating collagen creation and gradually and gently lifting the skin around the jaw line, the neck and around the eyes.

Ultherapy may be recommended for those who are looking for alternative to cosmetic surgery or Botox and filler treatments and for those searching for a new way to create a younger, more radiant complexion.

Who is ultherapy aimed at?

Ultherapy is predominantly aimed at people aged between 30 and 50 years old; although facial treatments are much more common among women, more and more men are choosing to have treatment to restore their youthful looks.

This form of treatment may be an excellent choice for those who are not ready or willing to commit to surgical treatment. This technique offers a non-invasive alternative, which enables you to enjoy the results without the risks or recovery time associated with invasive treatments.

Where is ultherapy treatment available?

Ultherapy is becoming more widely available and it is growing in popularity. This treatment is available at specialist facial aesthetics and skincare clinics, as well as cosmetic practices. The best and quickest way to find providers is to search on the Internet using an online search engine; this will bring up links to providers in your area and you can then visit their individual websites and find out more about the treatment and the services offered by that specific clinic.

It is common to have a consultation before you agree to have treatment; many clinics offer free consultations and there should be no obligation to go ahead with treatment.

How much does ultherapy treatment cost?

The cost of treatment varies according to the provider, the location of treatment (how many areas are treated) and how many treatments are required (most patients only need a single session initially); typically, you can expect to pay around £500- £5,000.

This guide will provide detailed information about ultherapy and its uses and benefits and offer answers to frequently asked questions, such as how much treatment costs, how it compares to other treatment types and how it works.

What is ultherapy?

Ultherapy is a facial treatment, which is also known as a non-surgical facelift. This treatment is designed to tighten and lift the skin to reduce the visibility of lines and wrinkles, add volume to sagging skin and generally produce a much more youthful aesthetic.

Ultherapy uses ultrasound technology to stimulate the production of collagen, the fibre, which gives the skin firmness and elasticity. It is currently the only procedure if this kind to be approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.

In most cases, only a single treatment session is required to produce the desired results and the procedure takes around 60-90 minutes; as the skin continues to age, it may be possible to top-up treatment further down the line if required. If the skin has lost a lot of elasticity prior to treatment, more than one session may be recommended.

Ultherapy offers an alternative to cosmetic facial surgery, such as a facelift or eyebrow lift and it may present a safer and more appealing option to fillers or Botox, which only produce temporary results lasting up to 9 months (6 months for Botox).

Ultherapy can be used to treat several different areas, including around the brows, the neck, the décolletage and the entire face. The cost of treatment depends on how many areas are treated and which clinic you visit.


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