Let's say that Ultherapy lasts for 2 years and the benefits are acceptable to the patient. After 2 years time when Ulthera benefits end, will a full 2 years of wrinkles, etc., return at that time (due to the normal aging cycle)?
Ulthera: Does some skin aging become "suspended in time" starting 3 months after the procedure?
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Ulthera and facelifts turn back the clock
All procedures that rejuvenate for a more youthful look, including Ultherapy and facelift surgery, sort of turn back the aging clock but don't stop it. So if for example you took two years off your appearance, then in two years you would look like you do today instead of two years older by doing nothing. It is important to understand what each procedure does however; for example, Ultherapy is more for lifting than for fine surface wrinkles.