in Portland, Oregon

Collagen, the skin’s natural protein, is responsible for a youthful appearance and firm, toned skin. However, the aging process causes collagen to break down, resulting in decreased elasticity and skin strength. If you have experienced these common symptoms, Ultherapy can make a significant difference. An ultrasound option for cosmetic concerns, Ultherapy is available in Portland, Oregon at VanderVeer Center, where our trained specialists can help you address problem areas and regain your confidence.

What Is Ultherapy?

Ultherapy is the only non-invasive procedure cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to lift the skin along the neck, brow, and chin, as well as minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the upper chest area. It’s also a viable cosmetic treatment option for the following:

  • Brow lift
  • Crow’s feet
  • Mid-face lift
  • Lower Face Lift
  • Jawline lift and sculpting
  • Lip lines
  • Neck lift and/or sculpting
  • Décolleté
  • Crepey skin of the abdomen
  • Crepey skin on the arms
  • Cellulite
  • And more…

Benefits of Ultherapy

Utilizing ultrasound imaging technology, Ultherapy delivers energy to the exact location where the patient will benefit most to stimulate the body’s natural collagen and elastin-making abilities. This yields natural-appearing results that only improve as time passes, with most patients requiring only a single round of treatment to achieve their goals. It’s an optimal alternative for those who are not ready for a surgical facelift or prefer a treatment option with no downtime afterward.

What to Expect from the Ultherapy Treatment Process

Typically, Ultherapy appointments range from 30 minutes to two hours, depending on the area(s) being treated. During the procedure, micro-focused ultrasound beams generate a thermal effect beneath the skin, stimulating the production of new collagen. The ultrasound technology used with Ultherapy is able to penetrate deeper than other non-invasive treatments, enabling our professionals to see the exact layer of skin tissue being treated for the best results. This is because Ultherapy can target the right amount of ultrasound energy and the exact depth needed and at the correct temperature.

Ultherapy may cause mild to moderate discomfort in some patients during the procedure. Following Ultherapy skin tightening, you may also experience sore, tender muscles for up to 14 days. Ultherapy boasts proven results and will provide a clear difference in the appearance of your skin over the next two to three months, as new collagen is produced and gives the areas treated a more lifted, smoother appearance. For some patients, results continue to improve over the next three to six months, and results can even last for two years or more, though this success will vary based on the individual.

Trust Your Ultherapy Treatment to VanderVeer Center

If you are interested in pursuing Ultherapy skin tightening treatment, the experienced team at VanderVeer Center is here to help. Serving the Portland metro area since 2005, we’ve helped countless patients restore their confidence by addressing cosmetic concerns through individualized treatment plans, some of which include Ultherapy. To learn more about how Ultherapy can help you treat your loose skin without the need for surgery or negatively impacting its surface, contact us today.

Ultrasound technology: A revolution in lifting and toning the skin.

All Before & After results vary from person to person

Before & After of skin around eye following Ultherapy treatments

What to expect with Treatments – Ultherapy® treatments

An Ultherapy procedure can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours in our Portland clinic depending on the area treated. Some patients may feel mild to moderate pain during the procedure and may have sore and tender muscles for 7-14 days post-treatment.

Before & After of face with Ultherapy treatments

All Before & After results vary from person to person

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