It's a technology that expectant mothers are all too familiar with. Now, ultrasounds are being used to tighten and lift the face!
It's the same technology that's been around for 40 years, helping doctors keep an eye on unborn children. But with this treatment, the ultrasound energy is delivered deep into facial and connective tissues below the skin, tightening the muscles and stimulating the body to generate new collagen, says Dr. Yalamanchili.
Just six weeks after the procedure, Edward Sanchez is thrilled with the outcome. "Within twelve hours, I saw incredible results -- I don't seem as tired. My eyes don't seem as droopy anymore. My cheeks seem to be more firm. My jaw line, I forgot what my jaw line looked like. My neck, everything just looks better!" he says.
Dr. Yalamanchili says, "The nice thing about this is as soon as you're done with the treatment, which can last 30 to 45 minutes, you're done." Multiple visits typically aren't required.
The price is more reasonable than going under the knift, but still expensive. Dr. Yalamanchili says, "The price range for this procedure is from $1,500-$5,000 depending on the areas that need to be treated and the doctor you choose. A surgical facelift can range widely and cost anywhere from $10,000-$50,000, depending on the extent of the procedure and doctor you choose (including facility and anesthesia costs)."
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Dr. Haresh Yalamanchili
The Belage Center for Facial Plastic Surgery