LIVINGSTON, N.J., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ulthera System is the first technology to combine ultrasonic visualization beneath the skin surface with non-invasive delivery of ultrasound energy at depths that enable significant lifting and tightening of the skin. Reflections, Center for Skin and Body, in Livingston and Bridgewater, N.J. will be an early adopter of this revolutionary new technology.
"We are very excited about the Ulthera device. It represents a unique approach to skin rejuvenation and is poised to revolutionize the aesthetics industry," said Dr. Mitchell Chasin, Medical Director and founder of Reflections. "This is not a laser or light-based procedure. Instead, Ulthera uses ultrasonic sound waves to zero in on its target beneath the skin's surface. The sound waves stimulate collagen growth, leading to lifting and tightening of the skin and creating a brow lift that we have been unable to obtain without surgery."
The newly FDA cleared Ulthera device delivers ultrasound energy to provide a refreshed look around the eyes and tighter skin on the face in one easy non-invasive treatment and without the need for downtime. The device goes deep, bypassing the upper skin layers, which leads to only mild redness for about thirty minutes after treatment. The sound waves trigger a natural healing process, which results in new collagen synthesis and progressive firming, tightening and lifting of the skin. The results from Ulthera treatment appear gradually and the skin continues to improve for up to six months. This is an exciting development in facial rejuvenation, one that some cosmetic physicians have spent years waiting for.
Dr. Mitchell Chasin is available for interviews and can explain how the Ulthera System works, how it will transform the cosmetics industry and who will benefit most from this new technology.
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