Wednesday, January 14, 2009

IMCAS: Glimpse of Ulthera

We are still extremely hot on Ulthera. This revolutionary device has the potential to upend the non-surgical facial rejuvenation market. It's still not approved in the US, but we feel that its skin thickness measuring aspects and ability to put targeted thermal zones into specific deeper tissue layers may be a way to non-surgically tighten facial skin.

As you can see, Dr. Pozner is very happy with the device.
Dr. David J. Goldberg
Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center
Skin Laser Surgery Specialists NY/NJ

Dr. Jason Pozner
Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center

1 comment:

  1. Ah yes, But how long does it last? Depending on how ill or well a patient takes care of him-or-herself a surgical browlift can last five to 10 years.