Doylestown Ultherapy Doctors and Reviews
Doylestown Ultherapy cost
Average cost in US: $2,700
Average cost in Doylestown: $3,400
Doylestown Ultherapy reviews
75% of Doylestown reviewers said Ultherapy was worth it
Ultherapy has tightened , lifted, and plumped up my face significantly. The before and afters of my six month check-in from my Ultherapy treatment are noticeable to everyone. No one is guessing my age of 57 at this point. Over the past fifteen years, I have had my share of Botox and Fillers to stay one step ahead of aging game. Starting some type of cosmetic procedure when you see the... more
It has been two weeks since I had my treatment. I loved every minute of it and found no pain at all. Now I am worried that since I didn't feel much, that maybe it won't work for me. I only felt one jolt around the forehead that sent an electric shock to my scalp. I don't see any difference other than a tighter feeling along the jawline. That was my main concern too, the starting of the... more
I had two Ulthera treatments last year- one on the upper portion of my face and one on the lower portion of my face. There was no noticeable results. My doctor said that a small portion of Ulthera patients dont get results, and I guess I happen to be one of them. If you have a large amount of disposable income, I might say that it is worth trying, but if you don't, it isn't worth the money. I... more
The pain was bearable. I was expecting much worse. The cheeks were less painful than the brows but the brow area was smaller. The process took about 35 minutes. Immediately after, I was up and about. I visited my Doctors bathroom to freshen up. I noticed slight redness on my brows and barely and flushing on my cheeks. Make up covered this up and I had no swelling or tenderness. I really can't... more
I had seen stories in local magazines (yes, ads, I know) and local news stories about ulthera, and wanted to shape my jowls and ease my turkey neck. I made the appointment, found about about it and put down a deposit, and then read about some of the negative experiences here. Needless to say I was nervous but I had heard very good things about the doctor. Went through with it yesterday,... more
OK so here I am at the ripe old age of 42. I take pretty good care of my skin. Avoid sun, wear sunscreen, and get vitalize peels 3 x a year. I've used retin-a since mty mid 20-s and still do to help keep acne under control. However, after going through a divorce and going back to work full time for first itme in 10 years, despite my best efforts, I was aging and an accelerated rate. Early... more
I'm 49 and am very unhappy with the "turkey wattle" starting under my neck but didn't want a mini-facelift. Had the procedure this morning and was VERY nervous because of all the reviews on here about pain. I had one percocet and a shot in the arm, plus took my own Xanax for nerves. The procedure felt like pinpricks and it wasn't pleasant, but not unbearable either. The... more
I had my full face and neck done yesterday, and I have to agree that this was the most painful cosmetic procedure I've had on my face (Sciton laser resurfacing, IPL, fillers, Botox, etc). However, don't be too scared--you can get through it! I found it to be a situation of mind over matter. When it was intense (particularly the brow area), I squeezed the heck out of two stress balls... more
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