Ultherapy

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Ultherapy is a non-invasive treatment used to lift and tighten loose skin on areas such as the eyebrows, jawline, and jowls, as well as improve wrinkles on the chest. Ultherapy uses ultrasound energy to heat targeted tissue under the surface of the skin, triggering the natural production of collagen. While some people might see an effect immediately after their treatment, most real results appear over two to three months as the collagen gradually improves skin’s tone and elasticity. LEARN MORE ›
Average Price: $2,675

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I had ulthera done in Glendale, CA on July 27, 2011 for $3000. It is exactly one month today. So far, I do not see any change in my face. I'm beginning to wonder if it is worth the money I paid. I'll give it another month or so and see if I can recommend this to my friends. I also had my... READ MORE

Yes, $360. I bought my Ulthera treatment on Groupon. I researched the Dr. and took the plunge! I'm 50 and never had "cosmetic" anything done before. I will say it did hurt, you have to disconnect during the procedure. I was given a palm size pod like vibrator to press on my... READ MORE

I am 66 and in pretty good shape. Discussed this procedure with dr., he felt the sagging under my chin and wrinkles along my cheeks would definitely benefit, as would the slight drooping of my eyelids. Was a bit painful , even with meds. especially around the eyebrow/bony area. Like a dental... READ MORE

I personally think there are other machines out there that can produce somewhat the same result for much less. I feelthat because this procedure is somewhat new and because the technique is Ultra Sound then the initial price is inflated. I was one of the first to try the photo lite... READ MORE

I am 46 and had ultherapy - full face and neck - in May. I had a very strong reaction to the treatment - swelling, welts, swollen lumps for up to 10 days after. Also one burn. It was also extremely painful and I generally have a high pain threshold. I have uploaded a photo so that others can see... READ MORE

VERY, VERY, VERY painful ! The gel only would not cut it. No one mentioned to take any painkillers first. Tears of excruciating pain as the machine worked my neck and bone line. Face was a tiny little better, but after all this money spent and suffering I hope it will show results, because I... READ MORE

My experience was made comfortable first by the technicians, they explained what i was going to feel, and that helped me be at ease. The procedure itself was do-able, at certain areas of the face i felt presure and discomfort, other areas i was perfectly fine, it was more like tiny needles... READ MORE

I just had it done last week. They gave me a vicodin and xanax [I highly recommend taking some pain meds] It is painful even with the meds, but I did very well, did not have to rest during treatment. The aesthetic PA did it and did not give any aftercare info. Like your neck is numb, swollen and... READ MORE

Of course, we all want this treatment to work. I had two sessions, treating both deep and superficial tissues for each session. The procedure was quite painful but with a dose of strong painkillers, it was tolerable. The best thing I can say is that I did get some satisfaction knowing that I... READ MORE

I have tried many things over the years - Fraxel, Fraxel C02 once (extremely painful but definitely worth it), PRP (I'm a believer), Pelleve, Botox, Juvaderm, Radiesse, Voluma (love it), Titan, and other non-surgical options to maintain a natural more youthful appearance. With all these... READ MORE

I am 53. Normal weight (130 at 5'6") Problem areas: My jaw line has gone soft with age and my brows have dropped to the point where I look grim or stern when my face is relaxed and not animated. I don't want to get a brow lift because I fear that the subtle amount that I want lifted would wind... READ MORE

Ultherapy was somewhat painful at times. For the most part, it wasn't that bad, but there were a few zingers that almost brought tears to my eyes. The good part is, each zap (which I say, "zap" because it honestly feels like you're getting electrocuted a little bit) only lasted for the count of... READ MORE

After reading through the reviews I feel compelled to write of my experience so far. The negative reviews gave me pause but since I trust Melissa without reservation, I decided to go through with the procedure. I took 10,000 mg of vitamin C on Tuesday and Wednesday for any potential bruising... READ MORE

Terribly painful. Absolutely no sign of improvement in the neck or facial areas. A waste of time and money, and after a f/u visit it was apparent there was not change, I was asked to come back again in another 3 months for another pass over the middle of my neck. This visit was canceled two... READ MORE

Ok. I'm sorry for my tone but I've been thru the ringer on PS. First with lipo that left me scarred and lumps and holes in my body, and I'm basically not believing much anymore in all the "new technologies" that sound so great - but end up wasting our money. so yeah, I'm going to give an honest... READ MORE

Today I had full face and neck Ultherapy. After months of research I chose the facility in Los Angeles for two reasons - 1/ price and 2/ the Doctor supervises the procedure himself very closely. I paid $2500 - a lot of money to me, but that is about half the average price I was quoted everywhere... READ MORE

I am in my 30's and wanted to do a preventative procedure. I also wanted to something to keep my skin looking fresh. I was told ultherapy would be good for these reasons. After 1.5 months of having the procedure done, I started to notice volume loss. I now have jowls and my skin is less firm. I... READ MORE

January 28th, 2015. I went in to VIP Plastic Surgery to get Ulthera done on the lower half of my face and neck. The procedure was done by Dr. Khorsandi himself, I felt minimal discomfort while he was doing the procedure. At every moment he would ask how I was feeling to make sure I was... READ MORE

I'm 55. I have very few wrinkles on account of using sunscreen since age 30 and a strong retinol product since age 47. (In fact I have fewer wrinkles than I had at age 47.) People actually are surprised when they find out I'm as old as I am. But my jawline and neck are sagging. Blech. If... READ MORE

I am 42 Years old and I frequently get Botox and Juvederm. I starting noticing my mothers jowls starting to show around my jawline....ugh! That's why I started investigating skin tightening devices. I choose Ultherapy because it seems that it goes the deepest into the skin to tighten. I had the... READ MORE

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