I had the procedure done and it took approx 2 1/2 hours. The first pass was level 4 depth and the second pass was level 3 depth. She did 900+ lines total using the ulthera machine. I did my whole face. I was prescribed ahead of the procedure, a valium 5mg and hydrocodon 500 mg X 2 pills, I took both valium and hydrocodon about 30 mnts before appt. at the 1/2 way point I took another... more
I had Ultherapy 11 days ago! I am 51 years old. My motivation for Ultherapy was that I wanted to see more tone in my jawline and around my eyes (to address crows feet and smile lines) without any downtime. Also, I am not to the point where I need surgery (eye's or neck) and wanted a "pick me up". I felt this might give me what I was looking for and it did.
The downside is the pain but... more
Non-invasiveness factored heavily in my decision to try Ulthera for aging skin (age 54). I STRONGLY recommend the use of pain medication. It was painful- we had to stop first attempt. Second time, w/ pain medication was much better, but, not pain-free. PRO- pain is only upon direct contact. There is soreness upon touch for about 2 weeks, but,no bruising, etc. At this time, I see a subtle... more
I had ultherapy a month ago. The plastic surgeon was so sure of it that he said if i was not pleased with the results he would do liposuction on my chin for free. It was extremly painful and I had bruising, welts, swelling and the area around my jowls is still numb. I am hopeful to see the results (if there are any) and to get my feeling back in my face! It is making me nervous! I am also... more