Non-Surgical Brow Lift
Ultherapy® is registered (on the ARTG – AUST R 225195) in Australia and New Zealand as well as 60 countries worldwide. In Australia, Ultherapy is registered for non-invasive lifting and tightening of the face, neck and decolletage. This includes the brow and sculpting of the lower face.
In the US, Ultherapy is registered as a non-invasive brow lift after clinical studies showed an average of a 1.7 mm lift in the brow after a single treatment, with the maximum lift measuring 1.9 mm1. Ultherapy offers patients a non-surgical option for lifting the brow as well as a way to lift without the use of needles or injections, for a more open, refreshed look to eyes.
Non-Surgical Neck and Chin Lift
Ultherapy is also available as a treatment for both women and men with mild to moderate skin laxity on the neck or under the chin. Ultherapy lifts tissue in this hard to treat area by stimulating the growth of new collagen deep within the skin without surgery or downtime. Tighter, lifted skin is revealed over the course of 2-3 months and can continue to improve up to 6 months.2
Improvement of Lines and Wrinkles on the Décolletage
While many patients opt to treat their faces and necks to address the signs of aging, the chest is often neglected. Because wrinkles and creases on the chest can be a telltale sign of one’s age, many patients are now opting to treat their décolletage area along with their face and neck. Just one treatment showed favourable results in clinical trials with results visible at 90-day and 180-day post-treatment follow ups.2
Many individuals suffer from excessive sweating for years before seeking professional help. In fact, most people are unaware that excessive sweating is a real medical condition or that it’s treatable. The Ultherapy procedure for excessive underarm sweating uses non-invasive ultrasound to target and disable overactive sweat glands. Two treatments four weeks apart are recommended for optimal results. So, within just one month you could experience a meaningful reduction in sweat.7
Reference 7. Nestor M et al. J Clin Aesth 2014
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1 Alam M et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 2010
2 Fabi S et al. Am Soc Derm Surg 2014