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Ultherapy is a Nonsurgical Skin Tightening procedure that utilizes high-energy ultrasound to produce great results without requiring an invasive procedure.


This technology beams small thermal bursts under your skin without disturbing the skin’s surface. The use of the focused ultrasound stimulates greater collagen production to help create firmer and tighter skin.

What is Ultherapy?

How long do the results of Ultherapy last?

Ultherapy’s treatment relies on an individual’s own collagen production, so how long the results last is determined by the individual. The treatment produces new collagen internally, but a person’s natural aging process will dictated how long the results last on the outside. Touch-up treatments can help produce better results.

Is Ultherapy dangerous?

Ultherapy is safe. Ultrasound energy has proven to be a safe treatment in its over 50 years of use in medicine. There are some slight side effects that patients may experience after receiving treatment but they are mild and temporary.

What are the side effects of Ultherapy?

Some patients experience a slight redness following the procedure, but it should only last for a few hours. There have also been some reposts of slight swelling, tingling or tenderness, but these effects have been temporary.


What factors could affect Ultherapy's results?

Time, aging, and gravity can impact the effectiveness of an Ultherapy treatment.  Additionally, patients should be aware that occasionally more than one treatment is required to acquire the desired outcome. 

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