Is A Non-Surgical Neck Lift Possible?

Are you looking to regain the beautiful neckline you once had, but don’t want to have a surgical neck lift. Sagging skin on the neck and muscle laxity, are two of the most common signs of neck aging that can be corrected with surgery. But is a non-surgical neck lift possible.

Is A Non-Surgical Neck Lift Possible?

Yes, a non-surgical neck lift is possible with Ultherapy. Ultherapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses time-tested ultrasound energy to lift and tighten loose skin on the face, neck, and décolletage. It is the only non-surgical treatment that has been FDA cleared to lift and tighten neck skin.

How does Ultherapy lift the neck?

Ultherapy delivers focused ultrasound energy to the foundation layer beneath the skin, which is the area usually targeted during a surgical facelift. The ultrasound energy stimulates the body’s regenerative process, which results in the production of new collagen that lifts and tightens the underlying neck tissue.

Ultherapy uses ultrasound imaging to enhance the precision of the procedure, as it allows the physician to see the tissue layers being targeted, so that the energy can be applied exactly where it’s needed.

Is there any downtime

Ultherapy is a completely non-invasive treatment, so there is no downtime. Patients are therefore able to resume their normal activities right away.

When will you see results?

Patients can expect to see some improvement almost immediately, but optimal results can take 2-3 months.

Who is a good candidate for a non-surgical neck lift?

The ideal candidates for a non-surgical neck lift are individuals with mild-to-moderate sagging skin, as well as superficial wrinkles in the neck area.

Would you like to learn more about the non-surgical neck lift? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Maitland, FL area Derrow Dermatology is our featured practice.

You can reach them at derrowdermatology.com, or by calling (407) 389-2020.

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