Thinking about Thermage - I am a lady of 75 years and had a lower face lift 7 years ago.
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Thermage CPT and Ultherapy after face lifting procedures - Williamsville NY
Ultherapy uses focused energy and delivery is visulaized by DeepSee or B mode ultrasound.
It is FDA cleared in the U.S. and patients who have had this procedure report high satisfaction.
Read the ultherpy ebook on the link below.
Thermage as maintenance
Thermage is an excellent tool to help maintain skin toghteness between facelifts. You should see better results of you are healthy.
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Thermage and Skin tightening the jaw line
Thermage is an amazing laser to tighten up the skin, regardless of age. Thermage helps the body produce new collagen thanks to the radio frequency technology involved. The new CPT technology has uniquely positioned Thermage to have some of the best results currently available. You may benefit from some filler such as Juvederm as well in the marionette lines and angle of jaw to improve the appearance. Please consult a board certified dermatologist for the best cosmetic results who has experience with Thermage.
A Thermage treatment can help improve the appearance of sagging or loose skin giving you a smoother, younger look with just one treatment and no down time. At my office I do multiple Thermages a week, our patients see results immediately off the table and continue to get improvement with Thermage CPT Total Tip treatments for up to 6 months as their skin regenerates new collagen.
You should still receive collagen stimulation with a Thermage treatment however; you may not get as much stimulation/improvement as someone who is younger. A Thermage treatment may help with your neck but is not the appropriate treatment for marionette lines. The best treatment for a line is the fill it. I prefer to use Perlane in this area.
Consult with a Board Certified Dermatologist to see what treatment is right for you.
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