45-54 year old woman treated with Ultherapy

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Profound and Ultherapy for the body are modalities I employ to improve the laxity and quality of your tissues when surgery is not indicated---meaning when your specific issue is not bad enough to warrant a surgical procedure. Profound is a more recent addition to our practice, however, the science and preclinical testing make it virtually 100% successful in rejuvenating the collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in the skin. These modalities improve the look and feel of body parts such as the inner arms, inner thighs, breast, abdomen, thigh and buttock and knees. Ultherapy can be painful and because of the body’s size relative to the face may require anesthesia. Profound is significantly less painful, but post procedure bruising may be noted for a few days. A hidden benefit of both treatments is their anti-aging potential; normally things get worse with age, this is no longer true.
Note the improvement in skin quality, cellulite and buttock elevation before and three month post procedure

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