Ultherapy featured in The New York Times: “It was worth the money.”

Posted on August 24, 2017 under facial rejuvenation, Plastic Surgery

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2014-05 - New York TImes - Ultherapy - Social Image - 1003937AUltherapy was recently featured in The New York Times! The article, “In the Wrinkle Wars, a New Weapon,” showcases cosmetic ultrasound treatments, touting Ultherapy as a treatment that “provided a noticeable lift” with “effective, fast results.”

As seen in the New York Times:

IN THE WRINKLE WARS, A NEW WEAPON

TREATMENTS USING ULTRASOUND WAVES TO SMOOTH OUT FACES AND ELIMINATE FAT CATCH ON AMONG DERMATOLOGISTS AND SPAS
By Bee Shapiro

As she aged, Sandi Bachom, 69, a filmmaker and producer in Manhattan, tried Botox to keep the inevitable wrinkles away, but she was wary of anything more invasive. She wanted, as she explained recently, to avoid “going under the knife.” So a couple of years ago, at the suggestion of her dermatologist, Dr. David Colbert, she first tried Ultherapy, in which ultrasound waves are shot through a gel into the skin. She had the treatment on her face and neck, particularly the tricky jowls.“I call it my ‘way-back machine,’ ” Ms. Bachom said. “It has effective, fast results, and it’s natural enough so you don’t look like ‘Brazil’ the movie.”

Read more: 2014-05 – New York Times – Ultherapy – Printable Article Excerpt

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