Reduce the tell-tale signs of ageing with Ultherapy.

Ultherapy is a non-invasive alternative to surgery, which was once the only option to lift lax skin on the face and neck. Ulthera is currently the only FDA-approved device approved for this purpose.

It harnesses the power of ultrasonic energy to reach the dermis and the deeper, strong fibrous tissue layer above the underlying facial muscles that is rich in collagen and elastin.

Your body’s natural response to this energy is to recondition tired skin by stimulating the growth of new collagen and elastin. With a single treatment, the result is a tightening and gradual lifting of the skin back into its more youthful position, with lifted facial contours and a reduction in lines and wrinkles.

Ulthera has the only ultrasound imaging system that allows the doctor to accurately see the the treatment depth in real-time. This energy discharged can therefore be delivered safely and effectively with precision.

Ultherapy is suitable for anyone of all ages and can be used to lift and rejuvenate the following areas:

  • Eyebrows
  • Under eyes
  • Cheeks
  • Double Chin
  • Jawline
  • Neck

For Treatment Of


60 min

What To Expect

Some discomfort will be experienced during the procedure, but this is tolerable and patients complete their treatment without any problem. Discomfort is managed before treatment with the application of numbing cream and an oral analgesic.

The treatment duration depends on the area treated. Treatment for the whole face and neck takes 1 hour, while treatment for the chin takes 15 minutes.

You will see a gradual tightening and lifting over the next 2 to 3 months, resulting in a natural lift. The skin will look refreshed and healthy.


The treated area may also bruise or be tender, but that is a normal response to the treatment and typically resolves within 3 days to 2 weeks after treatment. This can be concealed easily with mineral-based makeup.

Patients are able to return to their normal routine at the end of treatment.

Optimal results are expected in about three to six months’ time.

Prior to treatment, all potential risks and side effects will be discussed with you by our doctor and patient care counsellors.