How Much Does Ultherapy Cost?
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How much is Ultherapy?
Cost of Ultherapy
Ulthera costs per region...
I have had the device for over 2 years, and have performed over 350 cases. We have been decreasing the pricing somewhat and have offered some specials. In the Las Vegas area we are charging around $3,300.00 for a full fact to include the forehead, remaining facial areas and the neck. Unlike many, we treat the lower neck to the clavicular areas. We have found this works well. I also provide local anesthesia, and most patients appreciate this since it makes for a much more comfortable treatment, and we can maximize the number of lines per patient. We also customize for each patient. For treating the lower face and neck I charge $2,500.00, for the forehead alone it is around $1,200.00 and for just the neck it is $1,500.00-$1,800.00 based again on the projected number of lines required.
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The cost of Ulthera treatment is between $1000 and $4000 depending on the area treated. Full face Ultherapy treatment in the Washington metropolitan area is $4000.
In our practice, we usually charge $3500 for an Ulthera treatment of the full face and neck. This includes the consultation where you tell us your specific goals, and we come up with an appropriate plan. We'll let you know if Ulthera is not the best modality to achieve your goals (in terms of aesthetic outcome, level of invasiveness, and financial burden). Visit our website for our current specials.
Ultherapy Costs- Find Out What They Include
Treatment costs for Ultherapy in our practice is very straightforward. For upper face we charge $1500, for lower face we charge $2500 and for full face we charge $3500. This is easy to compare, what is difficult to compare is what this includes. We guarantee our treatment result, which means that if you do not obtain the result that you were expecting, we will retreat you for free.
Why do we do this? The reason is that the clinical trials for Ultherapy showed that not all patients obtained a beneficial result after one treatment. The percentage was about 80-85%. While this is a fantastic result for a non-invasive procedure, it is not 100%. For our practice, this means that perhaps 1 in 5 patients will spend their money and be disappointed. Fortunately, those same clinical trials showed that if non-responders were retreated, all of them obtained beneficial results. With this in mind, we feel confident that by retreating our disappointed patients that we will obtain great results for everyone.
Why is this important? With Ultherapy, there is a good chance that you will need a second treatment to get the results that you want. When you discuss the procedure with your physician, you need to ask what happens if you do not get a great result. Some practices across the country charge full-price for the second treatment, some a discounted price and some nothing at all. This potential second treatment needs to be factored in to compare prices.
Ultherapy Cost Varies by Location, Practitioner
The reality is there is not a huge profit margin for most physicians doing this, and we like to make sure that the results justify the costs, and in this case, they most certainly do almost all of the time. Keep in mind that some might charge much less — this is fine if you want to go there — but you are also paying for the experience of the provider, and this is extremely important.The décolleté has recently been approved for treatment — most offices that have Ulthera will soon be offering this treatment. Prices again will vary, from about $1,500 to $2,500, depending on where you live.
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