Many patients may be on the fence about what procedure to have when it comes to sagging facial tissue.
Here are the differences!
Traditional Facelifts are an invasive surgical procedure
Ultherapy is a non- invasive procedure done with ultrasound.
There is a tremendous difference when the scalpel is used on the tissues as well as the pulling.
The ultherapy non-surgical facelift is done with gentle ultrasound waves.
Of course there will be a more dramatic difference with the traditional face-lift where as Ultherapy will have a more subtle completely natural look.
So it really depends on the difference and how dramatic you want your change to be.
It is not uncommon to repeat the procedure 3 months post with Ultherapy if more tightening is required.
Patients that are candidates for this procedure are usually 20 to 65 years of age with mild or moderate laxity.
Anyone with severe laxity might want to consider a traditional face-lift rather than Ultherapy. For more information visit us at Lasting Looks Clinic in Toronto at http://www.lastinglooks.ca/ultherapy-toronto/