ULTHERAPYLifts, Tones and Tightens Loose Skin on the Brow, Neck, Face, under Chin and Chest; Stimulates New Collagen Growth Over Time; No Downtime
Ultrasound energy used to stimulate the deep structural support layers of the skin. Ultherapy is the only FDA-approved procedure to actually lift the skin on hard to treat areas without surgery. The procedure takes 60-90 minutes with mild discomfort, but no downtime. You might notice slight changes immediately, but results will unfold over a 2-3 month period as new, more elastic skin and collagen build over time.
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Articles and Lectures
Eyelid Avoidance and Management of Laser Resurfacing Complications, International Symposium on Aesthetic Surgery, Atlanta, GA, 1996.
Eyelid Anatomy, Avoidance and Management of Laser Resurfacing Complications, Georgia Society of Plastic Surgeons, Medical Association of Georgia, 1996.
Codner, MA. Ed. Techniques in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Series. Lasers and Non-Surgical Rejuvenation, Eds. DiBernardo, B., Pozner, J. Elsevier. In press. 2008.
Codner, MA. Temporary Tarsorrhaphy Suture to Prevent or Treat Scleral Show and Ectropion Secondary to Laser Resurfacing or Laser Blepharoplasty. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 106(3): 726-727, 2000.
Codner, MA. Discussion of Rosenberg, GJ. Temporary Tarsorrhaphy suture to prevent or treat scleral show and ectropion secondary to Laser Resurfacing or Laser Blepharoplasty. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 104(7), 2245, 2000.