Would You Recommend Ultherapy for Under the Chin Sagging?

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Ultherapy tightening for the chin area

Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, Ultherapy works wonderfully in the lower face and upper neck areas for tightening and lifting. Your best bet would to have a consultation with a qualified provider who is experienced in performing Ultherapy. Our NP’s and PA’s are trained extensively in advanced techniques and customized treatments with Ultheapy. We create a treatment plan for each patient based on their needs. We also use all three transducers for our patients, targeting three different layers in the skin and stimulating collagen formation and contraction in these three zones. The ability to do this is unique to Ultherapy. We are seeing amazing results by using this triple layer/triple depth approach with our patients.

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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4644 Lincoln Blvd
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292

Ultherapy for chin

Dear mrs hart, thank you for your question. Ultherapy is the only FDA approved noninvasive device for lifting the face and neck. It uses focused ultrasound to target the deep tissues above our muscles, as well as more superficial layers. Our San Diego facial plastic surgeon and nurses are experts in Ultherapy and offer customized treatments for each client.

Roy A. David, MD
San Diego Facial Plastic Surgeon
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3252 Holiday Court
San Diego, CA 92037

Ultherapy and Under Chin Laxity

Ultherapy has FDA approval for this indication - skin laxity or sagging of the skin below the chin/neck. It is an excellent procedure for skin tightening in the neck and face. Read the Ultherapy book provide on the link below. 

Hratch Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Buffalo General Surgeon
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Williamsville, NY 14221

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Yes, I would recommend as it is a great non invasive alternative but very patient specific. Make sure to look for qualified physicians that have a long history of experience with the Ulthera. Obvioulsly, this can only be determineid on consulation. It is also beneficial when used in conjuction with submental liposcution.

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Ultherqapy for Sagging Neck Skin

Ultherapy will tighten the neck skin. But without examining and consulting with a patient it is impossible to determine whether ultherapy or lower face and neck  lift will give the patient the desired results.

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Ultherapy is a proven and effective treatment for tightening the brow, face and neck but it is not a surgical procedure

In order to make an appropriate recommendation for treatment of a patient's sagging neck it would be necessary to have an extended consultation with the patient to determine the actual problem and the patients expectations. A loose saggy neck with muscle bands and some excess fat would best be treated with face lift surgery to remove the excess fat if present, reshape the muscle and tighten the skin. This is a surgical procedure and requires extensive surgery and recovery time.

On the other hand if the patient wants to get some significant improvement of the neck (probably 30 -50%) with out surgery or recovery time then Ultherapy would be a good choice. Ultherapy which is focused ultrasonic energy which passes through the skin with out any injury and causes tightening of the underlying muscle and fascia which in turn pulls the loose skin into a tighter and more attractive position. It takes just a small amount of time in the office, does not require anesthesia, and does't require any recovery time. It's great for the patient who understands the limitations and does not want to undergo surgery or have extended recovery. It does not give the more extensive results of surgery but then again there is significant improvement and not surgery. 

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