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3D HIFU In Manchester

(High Intensity Focused Ultrasound)

Non-Surgical skin lifting has become one of the most sought after treatments and HIFU is the latest non-surgical technology to excel in this area in just one single session!

It targets individually Brow lifting, Jowl line lifting, Nasolabial fold reduction, Periorbital wrinkle reduction and overall Skin tightening and rejuvenation.

The highly focused acoustic energy creates thermal coagulation zones at 3 different selected depths following which a wound healing response results in the formation of new collagen thus providing a longer term tightening of the skin.

Generally a noticeable improvement in the patients facial contouring and fine lines and wrinkles will be visible within a 4-6 weeks period whilst further improvement in facial skin tightening and wrinkles will be reportedly seen up to 12 weeks.

There is no down time associated with this non-invasive procedure.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Ultra therapy delivers HIFU(High intensity focused ultrasound) energy below the skin. HIFU effects three layers of the superficial and dermis along with SMAS, which is the same layer of tissue that surgeons pull tight in a face lift. As a thermal energy safely heats this tissue, it contract resulting in tightening of the skin and formation of new collagen, which provides longer-term tightening effect.

    Discomfort levels vary from person to person. Most of patients tolerate the procedure well without anesthesia or sedation while the energy is being delivered. Pain and discomfort associated with procedure are temporary that lasts usually only during the procedure But on very rare occasions some discomfort or sensitivity can last up to 4 weeks.

    Blurred jawline, nasilabial folds, loose neck fold, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone or texture and large pores. Ultraformer machine has three types of cartridges which can treat various problems at once.

    Collagen helps to give strength to various structures of the body and also protects structures like the skin by preventing absorption and with decreased collagen, the skin loses its natural elasticity and firmness and fine lines, wrinkles and sagging appear.

    Patients may see some initial effect and lifting and tightening will take place over 2~3months, as old collagen is regenerated with new more collagen. As this collagen regeneration process continues up to 6months after the initial treatment.

    The length of the treatment will depend on the area being treated and your individual treatment plan. A face and neck procedure usually takes 1-1.5 hours.

    Men are very good candidates for hifu treatment since it doesn’t need any recover time. The no downtime associated with treatment is an additional advantage for patients, allowing them to immediately return to their daily activities.

    HIFU devices have achieve excellent aesthetic outcomes in Jowl lifting, nasolabial fold reduction, periobital wrinkle reduction and overall skin tightening and rejuvenation in targeted areas. Hifu has been used safely in over 200,000 treatments worldwide.

    The majority of patients only need one treatment. Experts agree that dramatic clinical outcomes can be achieved with hifu with improvements will visible up to 6 months after the initial procedure. Touch-up treatments could be performed in 9 months intervals, depending in the degree of lifting and tightening that needs to be addressed.

    You might see the redness and/or swelling at first, might feel some tingling. These will disappear within hours. It signals that beneficial process of collagen regeneration has begun. HIFU skin tightening is clinically proven to be safe, with natural and gradual rejuvenation effects.

    This non-invasive procedure is associated with no downtime, allowing patients to return to daily activities immediately after treatment. Some clients can see the immediate results such as tightening effect all over your face and improvement your wrinkles.

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