How Can Ultherapy Lift & Tighten The Chest?

When you think of the telltale signs of aging, most people automatically think of crows feet, laugh lines, wrinkles, and age spots, issues mainly on the face. But aging can happen anywhere on your body, especially your chest. External factors and your personal lifestyle can contribute to a premature appearance of aging on the chest.

Many things speed up the appearance of fine lines and sagging skin, but your chest is especially prone to this due to a number of factors. Weight gain or loss as well as breast implants and reductions can leave you with sagging skin and give the appearance of thinning skin. Having exceptionally large breasts can also cause imperfections in the chest area on women due to the constant strain of excess weight. Tanning and frequent exposure to the elements can also cause unsightly characteristics that you may not be proud of.

In comes Ultherapy, a revolutionary procedure that works hard to repair sagging skin and diminish signs of aging. This nonsurgical procedure is safe and effective, relying on ultrasound technology to penetrate deep into the tissue of the skin, stimulating collagen production and repairing and reviving skin to give you results you’ll be proud of.

Ultherapy can be used on the chest to lift, tighten and rejuvenate the skin. Gone are the days of hiding in high necklines–feel free to flaunt your beautiful, youthful skin to the world the same day as your procedure! Because Ultherapy doesn’t use cutting or invasive procedures to achieve its goal, there is no scarring and virtually no downtime.

Ultherapy is a safe, FDA approved alternative to traditional plastic surgery, uplifting your mood, improving your confidence, and fine-tuning your appearance to suit your needs. For questions and concerns about Ultherapy or to enquire about other dermatological services offered, visit our locations page and find an office that offers this service today!

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    6411 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70808 - (225) 303-9500
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    1245 Camellia Boulevard, Lafayette, LA 70508 - (337) 839-2773
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    3944 RR 620 S. Bldg. 6, Bee Cave, TX 78738 - (512) 366-8568
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    701 Metairie Road, Metairie, LA 70005 - (504) 836-2050
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    3434 Prytania St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115 - (504) 897-5899
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    8122 Datapoint Drive, San Antonio, TX 78229 - (210) 616-0448
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    111 Veterans Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70005 - (504) 838-8225
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    1900 Saint James Place, Houston, TX 77056 - (713) 850-0240
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    5145 North FM 620 Rd, Austin, Texas 78732 - (512) 266-0007
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