DR. ZUBOWSKI SUGGESTS ADDING “ULTHERAPY®” TO YOUR DICTIONARY OF COSMETIC TERMS

What would you say if I told you that today, board-certified plastic surgeons such as myself can offer you a viable alternative to facelift surgery? If you’re like the rest of us, I think you’d respond, “Tell me more.”

First of all, for longer lasting results there is nothing like a traditional facelift. However, there are those people, who, for a variety of reasons, including not showing serious signs of facial aging, Ultherapy could help achieve their present aesthetic goals. Now let me caution you:

Ultherapy is not a facelift, but it will provide an uplift sufficient to create natural and immediately noticeable results. Based on ultrasound principles, Ultherapy exploits your body’s natural healing processes to obtain its results. This procedure will lift, tone and tighten loose skin along the prominent aging areas of the brow, neck, and even under the chin. Since it is non-surgical and non-invasive there’s no post-procedure downtime. It is one of the only FDA-approved procedures, to my knowledge, capable of lifting skin in these areas and that’s one reason I’ve incorporated it into my practice at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Paramus, NJ.

The procedure itself is relatively straightforward.  Simply present yourself at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery on the day of your scheduled procedure, which should take between 60-90 minutes, depending on the targeted areas. While you may notice a visual change immediately, your real reward will gradually become more apparent over the next two to three months, and perhaps even more of an improvement will continue beyond that for some patients of up to six months.

If you’d like to find out if Ultherapy is right for you, please contact our office manager who will be glad to give you more written information, and set up your private consultation.

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