Hi, I am 35 years old and have some excess skin on my upper eyelids. I have tried Botox to erase some horizontal frown lines as well as give the brows a lift, which it did but not to the extent I would like to see. My question is, am I running a risk of assymetry by having ultherapy done to my upper forehead/brow/eye area? I never had high brows to begin with, just want to get rid of the "tired" eye look without looking freakish! :) Thanks!
Is Ulthera Useful for Droppy Eyelids?
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Ulthera Useful for Droppy Eyelids?
Ultherapy vs. Blepharoplasty for Droopy Eyelids
You should also know that the reason your eyes are aging faster than the rest of your face is because our eyes are surrounded by the thinnest and most fragile skin on the face. It is an area that lacks collagen and elastin fibers, so the skin is far more prone to stretching and sagging. Additionally, the constant contracting of more than 22 muscles around the eye pulls and strains the skin to produce a look of premature aging.
In conclusion, consult with a board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in Blepharoplasty. You should respond well to the surgery and be pleased with the final results.
Ulthera Can Be Used for Brow Lifting
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Thank you for your question. Ulthera can be a great treatment for raising the eyebrows! You should consult with a physician to find the best treatment plan for you. You can customize the treatment. If you are concerned with too much of a result, you can start with a more subtle treatment, and then return in the future if you need more. Good Luck!
Ulthera Can Lift Droopy Eyelids
Ultherapy can be used for non-surgical brow lift
Ultherapy for Droopy Eyelids
Ultherapy and Droopy Eyelids
Brow lifting with Ultherapy
Ultherapy is focused high intensity ultrasound using B mode diagnostic imaging to ensure delivery of the ultrasound energy into the predetermined depths of tissue - skin (1.5 mm and 3 mm) and SMAS layer (4.5 mm).
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