Facelift with Thermage and Ultherapy

EHA Clinic | 21 Dec 2015

Technology involving facelift procedures is evolving. Thermage is a non-invasive technique that allows patients to safely get rid of their wrinkles. Ulthera is another technique that increases skin vibrancy. Both techniques are safe and has been FDA-approved.

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Thermage

People constantly search for ways to slow down the effects of aging. Thermage is a technique that renders immediate results and its basic aim is to kickstart the natural skin renewal process of the body. A large amount of the process is based on the cooling of a targeted area, which is then treated with a certain amount of radio-frequency energy.  The treatment restores some of the collagen in your skin and gives the skin a more vibrant look.  Cryogen is also important in the process in order to make sure a specific part of the skin remains cool. Patients who are worried about having something too hot on their skin should have the Thermage process explained so they can be prepared.

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Ulthera

Ulthera and other similar treatments can be used to target larger areas of the body. Ulthera is suitable for those who want to have tighter skin to look and feel more youthful.  Innovative procedures like Ulthera have shorter recovery periods compared to that of a traditional facelift, making them more appealing to patients who value their time.

Sometimes, when people lose weight, some fat remains in the neck. Ulthera is a great way to lift the skin there so your neck does not look like it has rolls.  A single Ulthera treatment on the face takes around only 30-45 minutes to complete.  The procedure aims to revive the collagen in your skin and is ideal for people who want to lift their eyelids without undergoing a traditional facelift.   Ulthera is extremely safe and patients can go home right after the procedure.

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