The tightening effect of Ulthera allows better outcome from fillers. It also seems to be a very effective option for patients who do not desire to undergo a face and neck lift as well as younger patients who are just starting to develop lax skin,
(PRWEB) September 30, 2011
Dr. Babak Azizzadeh debuts Ulthera skin tightening in Beverly Hills practice, the Center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery. Traditionally, there has been a paucity of non-surgical options for treating loose skleviin tissue in the face and neck. Today, Dr. Azizzadeh is able to use the non-invasive Ulthera skin tightening device to treat mild to moderate laxity of the face, neck and brow areas.
After testing multiple tightening devices over the past decade, Dr. Azizzadeh has chosen Ultherapy for non-invasive tissue lifting treatments. Developed at Harvard Medical School, Ulthera has shown great promise as it uses focused ultrasound or sound waves to directly impact the deep tissue layer of the brow, neck and face. This in turn tightens and lifts loose skin. One of the great advantages of Ulthera technology is that the ultrasound imaging allows Dr. Azizzadeh to see where the treatment is needed below the patient’s skin, delivering precise results.
In a single visit, this non-invasive treatment is able to lift, tighten and tone a patient’s face with little downtime. Patients experience an immediate smoothing effect, but the results continue to improve over the ensuing three to six months. Dr. Azizzadeh can use Ulthera to tighten skin on the brows, neck and face, counteracting the effects of gravity and time. When Ulthera is used to lift the brows it also reduces excess skin on the lids and opens the eyes to give a more relaxed appearance. Ulthera can also help tighten loose skin along the neck line, sagging jawline and double chin.
Dr. Azizzadeh has also developed a hybrid treatments using Ultherapy to improve the outcome of facial volume restoration with Sculptra and other fillers. “The tightening effect of Ulthera allows better outcome from fillers. It also seems to be a very effective option for patients who do not desire to undergo a face and neck lift as well as younger patients who are just starting to develop lax skin,” said Dr. Azizzadeh. By combining Ulthera with fillers, lasers and/or fat grafting, he can perform a liquid facelift to rejuvenate the entire face.
For more information about Los Angeles Ulthera treatments visit Dr. Azizzadeh’s website: http://www.facialplastics.info/ulthera-skin-tightening.html. If you decide that Ulthera is the treatment for you, call our office and schedule an appointment (310) 657-2203. Plus, book your Beverly Hills Ulthera treatment before the end of October and mention this press release to get $500 off of your procedure.
Dr. Babak Azizzadeh, the Chairman and Director of the center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery in Los Angeles, is a Harvard-trained facial plastic surgeon, specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery of the face, eyes and nose. He is double board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. His expertise in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery has made him one if the most sought-after surgeons in the country.
In addition, Dr. Azizzadeh is also highly skilled in non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments, including lasers, Ulthera, injectables, fat grafting, chemical peels and liquid facelifts. He has written 5 medical textbooks, lectured around the world as well as been featured in national media outlets including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The New York Times and Discovery Health for his extensive knowledge in facial plastic surgery.
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, the center provides our patients the most comfortable and technologically advanced facilities in the field of medicine. For more information about the Center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery visit http://www.facialplastics.info