by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Feb. 10, 2014, 8:16 a.m.
Listen Up, New Jersey! Ulthera is the Next Big Thing!
There’s no way to sugarcoat it: you are getting older. In New Jersey and all across the country, men andwomen are aging and they’re not happy about it. Wrinkle might as well be a four-letter word.If you’ve ever listened to skin care experts or watched a face cream infomercial, you’ve probably heardabout collagen. This is the protein that gives your skin structure and keeps it firm. As we age, collagendeteriorates and the skin starts to wrinkle and sag. While there’s no way to turn back time, there is away to replenish the collagen in your skin and make your face look young again—without surgery.
Ultherapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment that rebuilds collagen in order to tighten and tone your skin. It uses harmless ultrasound waves—the same kind of technology used on pregnant women. In just one 30- to 90-minute treatment, your doctor can deliver specified ultrasound energy to your skin’s foundation and stimulate the collagen-building process. Over the next two to six months, your body will initiate a natural process to restore collagen in the treated areas. Your skin will be gradually lifted and tightened. It’s like a face lift without the hefty price tag or extended downtime.
Ultherapy is one of the newest and most effective ways to address wrinkles without surgery. Most patients only need one treatment and they are back to their daily activities right away. Plus, it’s easy to get yearly touch-ups that keep your skin looking young. No surgery, no bandages, no bruises!
We have the technology to keep you looking young, so why not use it? With Ultherapy, you can rebuild collagen, firm up your skin, and say goodbye to wrinkles!
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