Although ulthereapy is a relatively new treatment for skin tightening, it is gathered quite an impressive amount of interest from people who are interested in such operation. This can be shown from the interest we had from our previous 2 articles on ulthera reviews and ulthera results.
One of the most important question they will like to know before committing to the operation is how much does ultherapy cost. This question is being asked so many times that we thought it would be good to answer this question here. However, from past experiences in other cosmetic surgery treatments, we know that ultherapy prices tend to fluctuate between different cities and states. It is best to do a bit of research before committing to a ultherapy surgeon. Hopefully, our data below will help you to find the cheapest ultherapy laser treatment in your area.
From our research, we manage to find three particular ultherapy doctors who offers ultherapy treatment for less than 2000.
Cost for ultherapy fort collins: USD1,600
Doctor: not revealed but you can contact the patient through this url: http://www.realself.com/review/fort-collins-ulthera-pain-bruising
Cost of ultherapy seattle: USD1,500
Doctor: Dr Wayne F. Larrabee, MD
Cost of ultherapy portland: USD2,000
Doctor: Dr Douglas J. Key, MD
Cost of ultherapy atlanta: USD2,000
Doctor: Dr Mark Beaty, MD
Cost of ultherapy nyc: USd1,800
Doctor: Name was not disclosed but here is the url to contact the patient: http://www.realself.com/review/ny-ulthera-painful-results
All the ultherapy doctors that were recommended above had positive reviews from their patients. If you want someone who has proven themselves then these doctors are what you are looking for.In the future, we will cover cost of ultherapy san francisco, houston, denver and san diego as price data becomes available for ultherapy treatments in these areas.
Before we end this, we want to clarify another issue that came out which is: ultherapy vs thermage. While both treatments uses sound wave to stimulate the growth of collagen, ultherapy uses ultrasound while thermage uses radio frequency. The advantage of the former is that it can achieve a deeper layer of skin tightening as well as allowing acoustic imaging to enable the physician to see the layers of soft tissue beneath the skin prior to treatment to ensure a uniform and accurate application of the ultrasound waves.