HIFU Facelift

Right here's what to anticipate at your treatment with LIpo360

Mask Group 7


Not required

number treatments

No. of Treatments

1 treatment

risks complications

Potential Risks

Mild redness, swelling & tenderness

Mask Group 6

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sensitivity period

Sensitivity Period

2-3 days estimated

duration results

Results Duration

6 Months+

procedure time

Procedure Time

30-90 minutes (approx)

full recovery

Full Recovery




3-6 months

Treatment Process:

HIFU possesses a lot of features, consisting of:

An Introduction To HIFU Facelift

The HIFU Facelift treatment uses ultrasound energy to promote the growth of collagen, which in turn leads to a tighter, firmer skin. Many cosmetic surgeons have reported that HIFU is very useful for tightening the skin, although it has been claimed how effective this ultrasound energy is for tightening the dermis.

One way that the tissue lasers are able to achieve the tightness is by encouraging new collagen production. This can only be done if the patient undergoes a good amount of stretching and this is achieved with a series of treatments lasting for six hours each. The treatments are carried out under general or local anesthesia and the patient will return to work and normal activities within two days. There are no adverse side effects associated with HIFU and it is recommended that patients should be monitored closely by their doctor.

Although many people have found that they feel better straight away, the results do not last forever. It is possible to have another surgery if you do not like the way that your new skin feels, but the effects may not be the same as those achieved from HIFU.

It is always advisable to get checked by a doctor before undergoing any kind of surgery. Although the treatment itself is safe, it is important to be sure that the doctor is experienced in this area and that they are qualified to perform the surgery. When you take out a private surgery plan, you can relax knowing that you are in good hands.

The best results are achieved after the first operation, so you should not wait until you are required for surgery to make sure that you can undergo the treatment. Even though there are no known problems with waiting for a second surgery, you could experience some pain, bruising and swelling afterwards. However, if you are looking to have your facial muscles tightened before going to bed, then waiting is often recommended.

As with all procedures, the more complicated a cosmetic surgery is, the more risks you are likely to face. If you want to get rid of your wrinkles, then you should consider using surgery to improve your appearance, however, the results will not be permanent. It is very important to find an experienced surgeon who is fully trained in cosmetic surgery and has knowledge of the latest technology.

HIFU Facelift: Enhance Your Appearance With The Best Surgery Available

The HIFU Facelift is a procedure designed to improve the appearance of the face, neck and shoulders through the removal of unwanted body fat. The procedure uses ultrasound energy to promote the production of new collagen, which in turn leads to a firmer, smoother skin. HIFU has proven to be effective for the treatment of both cosmetic and medical conditions.

In a recent study by a team at the Mayo Clinic, it was found that HIFU can improve the appearance of patients with facial sagging. HIFU is used most commonly for the treatment of patients with facial puffy bags, stretch marks, and wrinkles. It also has been used in conjunction with microdermabrasion for skin tightening and smoothing. The ultrasound used during the procedure of the HIFU is known as micro-keratome (or MDF), and it is not a procedure that is covered by insurance.

For cosmetic purposes, many patients report seeing dramatic improvements after undergoing the procedure. Many cosmetic surgery professionals now recommend that patients consider having HIFU for those who are suffering from facial sagging. However, the procedure should be approached cautiously and in accordance with your own doctor’s recommendations and qualifications.

Prior to the HIFU procedure, you will likely be evaluated and will have an assessment of what your body is made up of. Based on this information, a specialist will be able to create the best plan for your specific case. The procedure is performed in an outpatient facility. You will be able to drive home after the procedure, but you will likely be able to return to work immediately upon your return.

During the procedure, a surgical team will carefully evaluate your skin to make sure that the HIFU laser is targeting the areas that need to be treated. The surgical team will then place small pieces of microdermabrasion on the targeted areas using a variety of lasers. The process will result in the removal of the excess skin, and new skin will be created underneath. In order to remove excess skin, the surgical team will often use a surgical scalpel or other tools, such as scissors, to remove excess skin from areas around the neck and chin.

After the procedure is completed, your doctor will instruct you on proper care and hygiene, and the preparation that needs to take place prior to the return to normal daily activities. HIFU can cause some minor bruising, so it is important that you seek advice from your physician before the procedure. In addition to proper care and maintenance after the procedure, you may also be advised to avoid certain foods and chemicals that can cause damage to your skin, such as red wine, coffee, or tobacco.