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What parts of the body does Ultherapy treat?

If time and gravity have started to take a toll on your skin and you’d like to slow down the march of time naturally, Ultherapy may be the ideal solution for you. Ultherapy is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatment that provides superior results, by lifting and tightening the skin.But what parts of the body does Ultherapy treat.

Ultherapy Skin Rejuvenation Treatment
Ultherapy rejuvenates the skin using high density focused ultrasound energy that delivers heat deep into the skin. The energy penetrates down to the foundation layers, and heats the tissue below the skin, causing it to contract. It also stimulates the body’s healing response by encouraging collagen growth. As new collagen forms over the following months the skin gradually becomes tighter, more elastic, and younger in appearance.

What parts of the body does Ultherapy Treat?
Ultherapy is FDA approved for treating the skin on the face and neck. It is primarily a facial rejuvenation procedure, as it is done as an alternative treatment for a facelift, in patients with mild skin laxity who are not yet ready for surgery.

Ultherapy tightens the skin on the face and this has the effect of lifting the brows. It also tones saggy jowls, as well as loose skin on the neck.

If you are looking for a way to refresh your appearance,Ultherapy can give you the ultimate uplift, and since it is non-invasive there is no downtime, and the results look completely natural.

Ultherapy is an effective way to tone the skin, and has been performed safely worldwide.

Contact Accent Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Tupelo, MS, to learn more about Ultherapy skin rejuvenation treatment.

Call us today at (662) 377-6290, to schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Craig.

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