Ulthera: The Steps You Need To Know
The ultherapy treatment is one of the quickest ways to achieve a smooth and a young-looking skin as it addresses the problem of the sagging skin deep within to start the process of regeneration. Each sessions of the therapy takes about thirty to ninety minutes and zero downtime. While the other facelift procedures are expensive, ultherapy is non-invasive and carries little or no risks. You need not make significant changes in your schedule when making the appointments and the follow-up procedures usually takes place between six months and a year. During the treatment, the doctor delivers energy and allows it to reach deep within the skin layers to begin the process of regeneration.
Consultation and preparation
The first step you need to undertake towards achieving a youthful is consulting with the doctor and during this time you will get the opportunity to ask all the questions you need about the treatment. Furthermore, the doctor also explains what to expect from the treatment, the safety, downtime, and the final outcome. Usually, the doctor tries to assess the skin and makes a note of the areas on the face that may benefit from the treatment. You must also disclose the pre-existing health conditions to the doctor and know whether or not you are eligible for the treatment. Once the consultation for ulthera [อั ล เท อ ร่า, which is the term in Thai] is over, you need to begin preparing for the procedure. For instance, you need to stay hydrated to support the production of collagen once the treatment is over.
Treatment and recovery
On the day of the procedure, you need to clean your face of all makeup as it helps the doctor to identify the targeted areas. When the doctor moves the applicator across the skin, it covers the areas of wrinkles and lines on the skin and allows them to reach the deepest layers. Due to the advanced technology of this non-invasive procedure, there is no such thing as recovery time and the skin gains its youthfulness over three months.