Fortunately for aging faces, the plastic surgery world is becoming increasingly saturated with non-surgical, non-invasive options for patients seeking younger, firmer skin. But as new procedures continue to pop up, it can be difficult to sift through all the choices to find what’s right for you.
One way to select the procedure that’s right for you is specificity – pick out the facial feature you most want to improve and seek treatment for that area particularly. For instance, for those saggy, creased eyelids or drooping brows, Ultherapy is an innovative way to improve appearance. So say good-bye to heavy hoods and hello to more wakeful eyes with Ultherapy’s ultrasound brow lift.
How does Ultherapy work?
Using a revolutionary DeepSEE technology and a device called the Ulthera System, physicians are able to actually see into the patient’s skin and below the tissue. The ultrasound applicator allows your physician to focus low levels of heat energy at an exact depth under the skin, triggering skin rejuvenation while leaving the surface in tact.
Your body’s immediate response to this energy will be to subtly contract, then to stimulate collagen production over time which results in an even, natural tightening of the skin over the eyes. Patients can expect a more open appearance in the eye area, and a more ‘awake’ looking face overall.
Choosing ultrasound to treat your aging skin has a number of advantages, especially when delicate features such as the eyes, lids, and brows are concerned. Ultherapy promises a targeted treatment that’s safe and effective. Not to mention, like other sonograms, the Ulthera images can be projected on a screen that is visible to both doctor and patient. Hence, Ultherapy offers the patient the comfort of visibility and the assurance of precision.
Ultrasound has been used in medicine for over half a century, and the Ulthera device simply harnesses a safe, proven existing method for aesthetic purposes.
Ultherapy in Action
Although results will appear almost instantly after just one treatment, the regenerative process takes several months to fully kick in. After two to three months, ninety percent of patients in FDA clinical trials reported a noticeable lift in their brow line.
Ultherapy is a non-invasive procedure with no downtime. Patients can resume daily activities immediately, with nothing to worry about aside from puffy or red skin for a brief period after treatment. Ultherapy can also treat sagging skin in the forehead, lower facial areas and neck.
Learn More about Ultherapy
Learn more by going to the Brow Lift Channel on Makemeheal.com.
Visit http://www.ulthera.com/ for more information on Ultherapy’s availability and cost.none