And why Ultherapy® focuses on Visualisation
Ultherapy® is the only U.S. FDA-cleared1-3 procedure that enables aesthetic physicians to directly see different anatomical layers of the skin it is treating to deliver safe, precise4 and optimal results.
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With Ultherapy’s proprietary real-time imaging technology, this innovation of seeing details in real-time makes a world of difference, as it determines our treatment efficacy with clarity and precision, among other benefits:
Accurately assesses skin anatomy for a personalised treatment plan.
Guides the adjustment of pressure applied during treatment.
Effectively targets the desired skin layers.
Ensures optimal coupling with the skin.
Safely avoids bones, nerves and blood vessels.
Reduces patient discomfort.
Made for natural-looking results over 90 days.
1. Ulthera Instruction for use
2. Ulthera release: Ultherapy® décolletage treatment now FDA-cleared. BioSpace website.
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