There is no reason why you cannot resume your normal activities after Ultherapy. We have seen excellent results with the Ultherapy in our Los Angeles office. Ulthera provides a no downtime alternative to a facelift. Raffy Karamanoukian, Los Angeles
Can I Drink Wine the Same Day As Having Ultherapy?
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Ultherapy has no down time
Alcoholic beverages and ultherapy
you should not have any alcohol before the Ultherapy as it could make you bruise. You also want to be fully aware of your surroundings during treatment and be able to think clearly should your physician need to discuss something about the Ultherapy treatment.
Also avoid alcohol after treatment if any medication was taken during the procedure to make you more comfortable such as Ativan, Xanax, Valium, Toradol, Percocet, Vicodin, etc.
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Ultherapy and drinking post procedure
Ultherapy is unique in that it is usually done without any pain medicines. Having said that, some patients do require some sort of pain medication and this would then bring into play the non use of alcohol with the meds.
If you do not have any medications that you are using that will be hindered with the alcohol, then there really is no contraindication to its use. Be smart with its use of course.
Alcohol and ultherapy
Yes! You can drink after Ultherapy! Ulthera is fantastic because you can continue your daily routine immediately after the procedure. The only time I would advise not doing so is if you had some form of pain medication or sedative before/during your procedure as the effects may be additive.
Red wine always!
Red Wine And Ultherapy?
It is perfectly safe to have red wine and ultherapy! The beauty of Ultherapy is that it has minimal downtime and recovery. Some patients may experience mild swelling and minor bruising but these resolve quickly. Having red wine should not interfere with your Ultherapy procedure or result.
Wine after Ulthera is perfect, there are NO RESTRICTIONS
The beauty of Ulthera is that it is a no downtime, fairly risk-free procedure. No long term complications have been reported to my knowledge. Having wine afterwards is quite alright and we encourage people to do their daily routine after Ulthera. There is no data to support this, but some doctors recommend not using anti-inflammatories for about 6 weeks, but we don't. Steve Weiner, MD, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
No downtime after Ulthera
An advantage of Ultherapy, a nonivasive treatment that uses microfocused ultrasound for facial skin lifting, is that there is no downtime. Consumption of wine may contribute to bruising or bleeding after surgical procedures but should not be an issue with Ulthera. Red wine in moderation can be a very healthful habit!