Lift and tighten your skin without surgery

Non-invasive lifting of the neck, chin and brows with the precision of sound is like music to our ears.

30 min  |  Starting at $750

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Lift and tighten your skin without surgery

Non-invasive lifting of the neck, chin and brows with the precision of sound is like music to our ears.

30 min  |  Starting at $750

Want to know how to lift and tighten the skin without surgery? One word, Ulthera.

Devices: Ulthera

How it works

Ulthera uses microfocused ultrasound to generate a thermal effect under the skin. Ulthera bypasses the skin surface and goes deeper than other non-invasive treatments for collagen stimulation in the skin’s foundation resulting in significant skin lifting results. It uses ultrasound imaging to visualize the layers of tissue to be treated, so the treatment energy is delivered to where it benefits you most

Why it’s awesome

It goes deeper to lift and tighten the skin but without the scars or downtime of a facelift

Questions? We’re here for you.

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As the ultrasound energy is delivered, you may feel tiny amounts of energy being deposited to precise depths, stimulating the collagen-building process. Comfort levels vary from person to person, but the sensation only lasts while the ultrasound energy is being delivered.

You should wear sunscreen and avoid direct sun exposure to protect your skin. Because Ulthera doesn’t burn and damage the surface of the skin, make-up, moisturizes and sunscreens may be applied immediately following treatment.

Many patients see a visible improvement after one treatment. Depending on how much skin laxity you have and your body’s own biological response to the ultrasound and the collagen-building process, you may benefit from a series of treatments.

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“Dr. Dele-Michael is a miracle worker. My skin looks amazing because of her”


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