HIGH INTENSITY FOCUSED ULTRASOUND (HIFU)?
is a revolutionary new technology that’s designed to painlessly tighten or tightens and de-volumes without the need for surgery.
In the space of a few months, patients can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, stubborn fat pockets and skin laxity without having to worry about scarring or downtime.
HIFU technology rapidly heats up the deeper layers of the skin using ultrasound energy. Once the specific temperature is reached, the results begin*. This process stimulates collagen production, resulting in tighter, firmer skin. Treatments are appropriate for patients who are concerned about mild to moderate skin laxity, stubborn fat pockets, double chin, general signs of ageing and more. Photo-damaged skin generally requires additional treatments to achieve similar results.
HIFU technology is fast becoming the preferred choice amongst patients due to its affordability, convenience, and effectiveness. Let us take a closer look at the overall benefits of incorporating HIFU systems into your clinic offerings.
According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the demand for nonsurgical alternatives to facelifts increased by over 64 percent between 2012 and 2017.
If your clinic specialises in anti-ageing solutions, HIFU systems offer non-invasive solutions to patients who want to:
Patients value the fact that systems such as this will not interfere with their day-to-day schedules but will still help them achieve noticeable results.
ULTRA CELQ+: A GAME CHANGER IS SKIN TIGHTENING
Here is why the ULRAcel Q+ is the preferred choice:
HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE NEEDED?
Although you will notice results after your first treatment, laser skin rejuvenation is a gradual process. You will typically need 4 treatments spaced out over a period of 4 weeks with maintenance 2 times per year. Many patients continue maintenance treatments to maintain their great results.
I look forward to meeting with you and answering all your questions and assessing all areas of concern.
We do not charge for consultations, however a booking deposit is required. All deposits are transferred to your treatment costs.