Aging brings on collagen breakdown that results in loss of skin strength and elasticity. Through time-tested ultrasound technology, Ultherapy helps produce new collagen growth. Collagen is a natural protein and works to give skin its tight and smooth looks by keeping it toned and firm.
As you grow older, collagen decreases down, and the result is a loss of elasticity and skin strength. That’s where Ultherapy works to lift up the skin through ultrasound therapy. There is no other non-invasive treatment that triggers collagen production that goes as deep as Ultherapy. The therapy device is designed with imaging software, so your technician can watch the layers of skin being treated. This imaging module ensures energy is directed where it can do the best for your skin.
Ultherapy is a FDA-cleared, non-invasive procedure that lifts the neck, chin and brow, and improves lines and wrinkles on the upper chest. This method relies on ultrasound technique to go deeper than other non-invasive treatments for collagen stimulation. And it leverages traditional ultrasound imaging so that Dr. Rawnsley can see the layers of tissue he is treating. This ensures the treatment energy is delivered to where it benefits you most.
With Ultherapy, Dr. Rawnsley can see the layers of tissue he is treating, and can ensure treatment is being delivered to where it will be most beneficial. Nonsurgical Ultherapy is unlike radiofrequency treatments, lasers, surgery, and other technologies since it bypasses the surface of the skin by using ultrasound energy with focused imaging to target just the right amount at the right depths and the right temperature. The result is a jumpstart to your body’s own collagen production.
Ultherapy is tailored to meet your goals, there is no downtime, and it is not painful. You can see results after one treatment of Ultherapy. Further results appear over the next two to three months as collagen and elastin grow and lift your sagging skin. The results often last up to a year or more. Maintenance treatment is recommended.