UltherapyView Before and Afters
What is Ultherapy?Ultherapy, previously known as Ulthera, is a non-invasive, non-surgical lifting procedure with no downtime designed to restore sagging, lax skin on the face and neck to a firm, youthful state. Ultherapy is FDA approved for non-invasive eyebrow lifting and newly approved for treatment of loose skin on the neck and under the chin, reducing the appearance of drooping or "crepey" neck skin.
New FDA-Clearance: Ultherapy cleared for Décolletage Treatment of lines and wrinkles on the chestUltherapy is now FDA-cleared to non-invasively treat the chest to improve lines and wrinkles on the décolleté. Ultherapy is now the only non-invasive procedure specifically indicated by the FDA to improve lines and wrinkles on the chest. This safe ultrasound treatment stimulates the body's natural collagen production to reduce signs of aging.
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- No downtime
- FDA approved
The dermatologists at the Maryland Laser, Skin, and Vein Institute have been safely performing Ultherapy treatments since 2010.
"I want to compliment Mary on an awesome Ultherapy job. I can already see a difference and I know it gets better as time goes on."
-MDLSV patient, January 2015
How does Ultherapy work?The Ultherapy device uses sound waves targeted beneath the skin to gently heat, tighten and lift the skin, creating a younger, firmer look. And because Ultherapy uses ultrasound, the surface skin is left undisturbed. In addition to the initial lifting, Ultherapy also prompts the body to generate new collagen, restoring skin over time to an even more youthful appearance and texture.
Ultherapy can help to lift brows and give eyes a wider, fresher look, and the Ultherapy treatment generally takes between 30 and 60 minutes - and usually only one treatment! Results appear gradually over the course of two to three months, ensuring that there are no sudden dramatic changes to how you look, but rather a gradual tightening that looks entirely natural.
How does Ultherapy differ from laser treatments?
Lasers typically treat issues in the superficial layers of the skin, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and acne. Ultherapy treats the deep skin layer and foundation layer to lift and tighten the skin. Laser treatments can be used in addition to Ultherapy to address surface issues on the skin.
Ultherapy Featured in the Media
Ultherapy was featured in the November 2013 issue of Harper's Bazaar. In the article "The Ultrasound Beauty Secret: Are High-Frequency Waves the Trick to a Younger Face, Shiny Hair, and a Better Body?" the Ultherapy technique is investigated and described as "the best non-invasive tightening device available."
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Ultherapy was recently featured in New You Magazine in an article titled "The Youth Solution," which discusses how Ultherapy uses sound waves to fight signs of aging.
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Ultherapy has been featured on the CBS Morning Show, the Today Show, as well as other news programs and many top beauty magazines.
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Watch the May 3rd, 2012 Today
Show Coverage on Ulthera