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Tag: Thermage & Ultherapy

Is the “VenusFreeze” worth spending money on?

I’d be very careful and very skeptical.  Just because something is seen all over the media,  doesn’t give it validity.  That reflects more the amount of advertising dollars spent on...

I’m 34 – would I be a good candidate for Thermage?

We know that everyone builds collagen with Thermage (a good thing) but that not everyone sees a visible lifting and tightening.   Generally, the younger you are (late 20s – mid forties) the...

What is more effective Thermage or Fraxel?

This completely depends on what problem you are trying to fix in the first place.  Thermage is better for building collagen and a gentle, subtle skin tightening.  We know from biopsy...

Thermage in Summer

With some laser treatments, you really need to avoid a lot of sun or light exposure after the treatment. That’s why here in Seattle, we tend to do fewer IPL/photorejuvenation,...

A question about Ultherapy?

I’m thinking you might mean Ultheraphy as opposed to Ultratherapy? Here is some information on Ultherapy for you to look over. Dr. I
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