While both RF Microneedling and Ultherapy are generally easily tolerated, RF Microneedling is typically less painful than Ultherapy. Although downtime is typically minimal, it's possible to experience tenderness or redness for up to a few days following Microneedling.
By combining Ultherapy with microneedling treatments, we can correct mild to deep acne scarring. When combined, these two treatments can result in smoother, more even facial skin with long-lasting scar reduction.
Thermage is better for patients who care more about addressing the texture and quality of sagging skin. It has the power to tackle problematic issues like cellulite or drooping fat thanks to its emphasis on contouring. However, Ultherapy is generally more effective when it comes to stimulating deeper skin layers.
Thermage can be used to address the same facial areas as Ultherapy. However, it can also be used off-label to address many areas of the body including the hands, arms, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs. Thermage is also a viable treatment option for light to moderate cellulite.
Microneedling is generally a safe and effective procedure that can improve the appearance of the skin. It may reduce wrinkles, diminish scarring, and tighten or rejuvenate loose or aging skin.
Working together, radiofrequency microneedling and HIFU offer a powerful solution to sagging jowls, redefining the jawline with a natural finish.
Your results will last anywhere from three to five months, and many patients schedule follow-up treatments twice a year to maintain their results. Taking good care of your skin through a conscientious at-home beauty routine can help preserve your results.
Laser resurfacing This is the most effective procedure for tightening loose skin.
Jennifer Aniston, Christie Brinkley, Vanessa Williams, and Paulina Porizkova are just a few of the stars who use Ultherapy as their go-to alternative to old-school facelifts. If you've ever wondered how everyone in Hollywood is all endlessly youthful—but still natural—it's probably Ultherapy.
Ultherapy results last longer than fillers, and patients only need to come in for treatments every 9 to 12 months. You can see results for yourself by visiting our gallery of before-and-after photos featuring Dr. Jewell's patients. The results of a filler treatment can be seen immediately after the treatment.
When Used Together. Ultherapy and Sculptra work synergistically with each other. While Sculptra adds volume to the face, Ultherapy lifts and tightens the skin. Both modalities stimulate collagen production, so there's a definite advantage to having both.
Ultherapy treatments stimulate the skin from the inside out to smooth and tighten many areas, including the face, jowls, eyes, and brow. Ultherapy is also effective for lifting the skin on specific areas of the body, including the neck, chest, knees, and stomach.
Facetite is minimally invasive & performed through poke hole incisions while Ultherapy is non-invasive. Facetite results are seen with one treatment while Ultherapy typically requires a series of treatments. Facetite is a comfortable procedure while Ultherapy, in general, has mild to modest discomfort.
But they all have this follow-up question: “Does Ultherapy hurt?” In general, Ultherapy doesn't cause pain. Because this treatment uses ultrasound energy to trigger skin tightening, patients will feel a heating sensation and tingling below the dermis.
Traditional microneedling is good for slower and more subtle rejuvenation. If you are looking for improved results, RF microneedling is recommended for enhancing the overall tone and texture of the skin as it better facilitates the production of collagen and elastin.
The best age for Ultherapy is left to the discretion of anyone seeking to improve mid - moderate skin laxity. However, most candidates begin in their mid 30s to 40s.
The results can be worth it. In fact, Ultherapy is often regarded as a great option for patients with moderate facial sagging, and in fact has won year after year as the best non-invasive lifting treatment.
Ultherapy, which means (Ultrasound Therapy) is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment used to improve, lift, and tighten loose skin and wrinkles. This is usually done on the face and other parts of the body where loose skin occurs.
We strongly recommend that our clients receive Ultherapy once a year as part of their regular skincare routine to keep results consistent. That's because this revolutionary non-surgical facelift encourages your body to produce new, healthy collagen, and this takes between several weeks and several months.
Ultherapy is the only FDA-cleared, non-invasive procedure that lifts the neck, chin and brow, and improves lines and wrinkles on the upper chest. As we age, collagen breaks down, resulting in loss of skin strength and elasticity. Through time-tested ultrasound technology, Ultherapy helps produce new collagen growth.
While Ulthera is limited to treating the facial area and décolletage, Morpheus8 and Halo treatments offer more versatility with their ability to address skin concerns on other parts of the body, including areas such as the abdomen, legs, buttocks, arms, hands, chest and neck.
Both microneedling and Botox injections are safe and effective for patients with all skin types. Depending on patient needs, you may even recommend both, using microneedling to improve the surface and deeper condition of the skin, with Botox injections to help improve results longer term.
Microneedling is not permanent since the skin is a living tissue subject to continuous transformation. Additionally, each individual's skin is different; hence, how long the results of a microneedling pen last vary from person to person depending on various factors.
It's a very popular treatment that we offer, and we don't see any of that risk of damaging the external hair or the hair follicle. We don't see any patchy hair loss or permanent hair loss with this treatment."