The Ulthera system is FDA approved to non-invasively lift lax tissue on the neck and sub-mental area. For years, we have heard about the significant concerns patients have with sagging skin under their chins and on their neck. Now ultherapy has a treatment to address this issue – in a single session with no downtime. Ultherapy is the ONLY technology that has a neck & submental LIFT neck indication.
+-How long does the procedure take?The duration of the procedure varies depending on the area(s) being treated and if medication is administered. Actual treatment time can range from 20-90 min.*
+-What can I expect post-procedure?Most patients resume normal daily activity immediately following the procedure as there is no downtime. There are a few manageable and temporary side effects.* Redness can occur, but is usually minimal. Mild to moderate swelling is common for 2-3 days, and soreness/tenderness to the touch is expected for up to 2 weeks following the procedure.* Bruising is also possible. If medication is administered for the procedure, you may not drive until the following day, so someone else will need to drive you home from the office.
+-When will I see the results?Natural tightening, lifting, and toning of the skin develops gradually over 3-6 months following the procedure.*
+-How long do the results last?Results last 1-3 years for most patients. Maintenance is necessary for best and continued results.*
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