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Horwitz Dermatology Now Offers Non-Surgical Ultrasound Skin Tightening Treatments
Date:8/12/2013

Aventura, FL (PRWEB) August 12, 2013

Horwitz Dermatology, located in Aventura Florida and led by Dr. Stephen Horwitz, is now offering the latest technological advancement in skin tightening and eyebrow-lifting technology. Ultherapy uses targeted ultrasound energy to heat the deeper layers of skin and restore sagging, lax skin to a firm, youthful state.

Because Ultherapy targets the deep foundational layer of skin tissue non-surgically, it can achieve precise tightening safely and without downtime. Ultherapy works by gently heating the skin, causing it to lift and tighten. In addition to tightening neck laxity, Ultherapy can help lift brows and give eyes a wider, fresher look.

Ultherapy’s targeted ultrasound waves also prompt the body to produce more collagen over time, causing improvements to continue for up to three months after Ultherapy. Treatment results in a gradual tightening of the skin around the neck and under the chin that looks natural, unlike other types of non-surgical procedures.

"I'm excited to offer Ultherapy to our patients looking to tighten sagging neck skin or drooping brows," says Dr. Horwitz, "Our patients look visibly younger after just one treatment."

Ultherapy is ideal for patients in the South Florida area who want to tighten drooping neck skin, or tighten their brows to remove a permanent tired look. Ultherapy treatments generally take between thirty minutes to an hour, and results can usually be seen after one treatment. Patients typically see visible improvements including a lifting and toning of sagging skin, immediately after treatment, with results continuing gradually over the following months.

Stephen N. Horwitz, M.D. is a well-known dermatologist who has been practicing in South Florida for more than 25 years. Dr. Horwitz is a dip
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