The Ultherapy treatment is the only non-invasive procedure FDA-cleared to lift skin on the neck, under the chin, and on the eyebrow.  Ultherapy also improves lines and wrinkles on the décolletage.*

*Individual results may vary from person to person.

Unlike other technologies on the market, Ultherapy utilizes focused ultrasound energy which bypasses the surface of the skin to deliver energy at optimal depths, temperature, and precision.  The treatment initiates the body’s natural response to build fresh, new collagen.

Schedule your complimentary consultation today and discover how Ultherapy can help you look more youthful from your brow to your chest!

How long does a treatment take?

The length of the treatment will depend on the area being treated.  A face and neck procedure takes 60 – 90 minutes.  The chest area averages about 30 minutes.  The physician will discuss the details with you during your consultation.

What is the down time for a treatment?

You can resume your normal activities immediately after an Ultherapy procedure.

When will I see results and how long will they last?

As with any cosmetic treatment and procedure, results will vary from patient to patient.  On average, patients may see some initial improvements, but the full results will be achieved over 2 – 3 months.*  As skin continues to age, future touch-up treatments can help to impact the natural aging process.

*Individual results may vary from person to person.

What does the treatment feel like to the patient?

Comfort levels vary from patient to patient as the energy is delivered.  The sensation only lasts while the ultrasound energy is being delivered.  Our physicians will take measures to make the treatment as comfortable as possible.

*Individual results may vary from person to person.

Is Ultherapy safe?

Ultherapy has been used safely in over 350,000 treatments worldwide.  Our physicians have received extensive hands on and clinical training.  Additionally, Ultherapy’s clinical training team provides on-going medical updates for our medical practitioners.