3 Facts You Need to Know about Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting

3 Facts You Need to Know about Ultra V HIFU Plus LiftingDo you feel like your skin could use a refresh? Do you think a facelift might be the only way to get the look you desire, but don’t want to go to the lengths of surgery? Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting could be the perfect solution for you. This non-invasive breakthrough in technology is an alternative to a surgical facelift and uses the power of ultrasound to improve lines and wrinkles on your face and décolleté.

1. Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting Requires NO Anesthesia and NO Incisions

That’s right. There are no incisions made during the Ultra V HIFU treatment and therefore no risk of infection. Bleeding is the most common complication after facelift surgery and occurs in approximately 3% of surgical patients. Many patients with high blood pressure are required to take medication before a facelift procedure in order to lessen the risks of bleeding post-procedure. With the Ultra V Lift, you don’t need to worry about any of this as there are zero incisions and therefore no risk of bleeding and later infections.

The Ultra V Lift procedure also does not require anesthesia or sedation. HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) protects the skin’s surface, while precisely penetrating beyond the dermis and foundation layers, to impact and structural weakness deep within the skin. One treatment session can take just a few minutes and the procedure is described by people as comfortable and virtually painless.

2. There is No Downtime with Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting

Due to the fact that the high-intensity focused ultrasound used in the treatment is applied to deep layers of the skin, instead of damaging the surface of your skin at all, there will be no downtime after the procedure. Unlike a surgical facelift, where bruising and swelling last for days, initial recovery takes 2 weeks, and vigorous activity can only begin after 4 weeks, Ultra V Lift has no downtime at all. Daily routines such as applying makeup and washing your face after the procedure can resume the very same day.

Since most people can’t pause their lives for 4 weeks for a cosmetic procedure like a facelift, Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting is a great alternative. All people will be able to comment on is the results that are visible almost instantly after the treatment!

3. Results from Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting Can Be Seen After Just One Treatment

It’s true, you can begin to see results from Ultra V Lift after only a single treatment! The sessions are dependent on the area being treated which will be discussed in your pre-treatment consultation and tailored to your individual requirements. They usually last only a few minutes and then you’re off to enjoy the rest of your day with zero downtime.

While some results can be seen immediately post-treatment, you may experience a pulling and tightening sensation for the following 2 weeks after the treatment, which is a great sign that your collagen is regenerating. You’ll notice a lifting effect after 1-3 months and you’ll see the best results within 3-6 months after the Ultra V Lift procedure. Results last for a minimum of 6-12 months.

Since your skin will of course continue to age as time passes, it is recommended to periodically, every 6 months to a year, perform the Ultra V Lift procedure for maintenance, to keep your skin looking tight and fresh.

American Regenerative Clinic offers the amazing Ultra V HIFU Plus Lifting procedure and personalizes every treatment for your skin type. Contact us to book an appointment or if you have any questions.

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