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Ultherapy – What Benefits Does It Provide

One of the most requested treatments in most clinics is called Ulthera; this aesthetic procedure is ideal for those patients who suffer from mild to moderate sagging and do not wish to undergo surgery. During it, the latest microfocalized ultrasound technology is used to tone and tighten the skin.

The benefits offered by this treatment are due to the fact that it stimulates the natural formation of collagen in the deep layers of the skin, leaving the most superficial intact. Also, with Ultherapy, you can achieve powerful level effects generating a true stretch without scars or rehabilitation time.


Among the most remarkable benefits of the Ultherapy aesthetic treatment, its proven efficacy is highlighted not only in clinics but in patients worldwide. Those who undergo this procedure are satisfied with the results.

Ultherapy And Its Results

Ultherapy is responsible for depositing concentrated ultrasound energy in the deepest layers of the skin using optimal temperatures so that the collagen can be regenerated. This aesthetic treatment initiates a natural process known as neocolagenesis that produces new and native collagen in the body to eliminate the different effects of age and skin severity.

The sessions can last between 45 minutes and 1 hour for each sector to be treated. Most patients only require one single session to get the effect lifting of the skin, although the possibility exists that require repeated at six months more sessions in certain cases.

Although the results of this aesthetic treatment can be immediate, the most significant changes can be observed at 2 or 3 months and can last at least 1 year. Although it is a safe treatment, in most clinics, they do not perform Ultherapy in open wounds, injuries in the treatment area, or with metal implants in the area to be treated since it is contraindicated. It is also not advisable to perform this aesthetic treatment for pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding.

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