Is Pelleve or Ultherapy Better to Tighten Skin?
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Pelleve and Ultherapy work on different levels of collagen, so they are both good!
I describe these treatments, along with Botox and fillers, to my patients as a Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich laying on a plate. The Pelleve works on the top layer of the skin (the top bread), the Fillers and Botox work in the middle, like Peanut Butter and Jelly, and the Ultherapy works on the lower most level (below the fat) like the lower level of bread.
There is no way to affect all these areas with just one treatment, so this is a huge benefit to doing all of these together.
Ultherapy vs Radiofrequency (Pelleve) for skin tightening
I think there is a place for both, and we offer both treatments. I have more faith and confidence in Ultherapy for deep tissue tightening because of the focused depth of treatment. Pelleve is working via a bulk heating strategy. This is helpful in some areas that are to delicate and not as well treated by Ultherapy such as lower and upper eyelids.
Pelleve` Versus, Ulthera Which Better Tightens the Skin
Ulthera is the only treatment that delivers precise energy at the levels necessary to both lift and tighten the muscles and skin of the face, neck, and eyebrows. Ultherapy uses micro focused ultrasound energy to create deep heat that results in immediate contraction as well as long term new collagen production. In a single treatment Ulthera can accomplish much more than multiple treatments of other radiofrequency technologies such as Pelleve`, Exilis, Accent XL, and Thermage. Good luck and be well.
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Ultherapy vs Pelleve for skin tightening
Pelleve or Ultherapy?
Both are effective, and each has advantages in terms of more or less pain, more or less time or money required. I have personally seen more reproducible results with Pelleve, ie every patient seems to get better, whereas the results with Ultherapy can be great but are a little unpredictable.
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Ultherapy vs. Pelleve
Pelleve uses radio frequency to tighten the skin.
Ultherapy uses ultrasound technology to physically lift the skin - almost like a noninvasive face lift.
The Ultherapy goes down much deeper into the dermis - 4mm while the Pelleve barely hits 1.5mm.
Three sessions of Pelleve treatments are needed to see optimal results while only one session of Ultherapy is needed.
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Ulthera for the lower face - Los Angeles
Ultherapy provides very effective improvement in the lower face and neckline. I use the procedure to address sagging skin and muscle fascia. Raffy Karamanoukian Los Angeles
Ultherapy and Pelleve
Both of these procedures work well. Ulthera is the one time treatment and Pelleve works with a series of treatments. Ulthera may be a bit more painful than Pelleve, but new protocols have made the ulthera treatments much more tolerable. So both work – as do most of the RF therapies for skin tightening and ultrasound therapy like ulthera.
In general, most non-surgical skin tightening treatments require multiple session. What makes Ultherapy unique is that it can achieve results in as little as one treatment. Of the non-surgical treatments available, we currently only recommend Ultherapy. None of the other technologies, and we have used and have access to them all, have compared to the results we are seeing with Ulthera. See a board certified facial plastic surgeon to see if Ultherapy is right for you.
Pelleve vs. Ultherapy for facial tightening
Ultherapy and Pelleve are two completely different modalities. Ultherapy uses ultrasound waves to cause micro-wounding and stimulate new collagen to lift and tighten your skin. Pelleve uses radio frequency to plump your existing collagen making your skin appear tighter and is usually done in a series for best results. My recommendation would be to have a lower face and peri-oral Ultherapy treatment and then six months later try the Pelleve. My reasoning is that you will generate new collagen and elastin with Ultherapy and the Pelleve treatments will amplify the results of the Ultherapy.
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