Dr Nyla Medispa
Ultherapy London with Top Cosmetic Clinic award winner
Beloved by Tess Daly, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kim Kardashian, Ultherapy is a wonderful non-surgical skin tightening treatment that is available in London through award-winning expert Doctor Nyla.
The proud holder of the Top Cosmetic Clinic Award, Doctor Nyla is delighted to provide Ultherapy treatment at her Harley Street clinic.
Why is Ultherapy Treatment so popular?
Ultherapy treatment is non-surgical, non-invasive and allows you to resume your normal activities immediately.
Even so, Ultherapy greatly reduces the visible signs of ageing like sagging skin on the face and neck.
Ultherapy works by counteracting the natural signs of ageing including lines and wrinkles and saggy by working with your own skin to fight collagen loss.
It is no wonder that Ultherapy treatment is so popular.
Why do celebrities love Ultherapy?
Think of the names mentioned above, celebs such as Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow and what do you think of?
You think of women who look simply stunning and who seem to defy ageing.
Undoubtedly they are naturally beautiful women and blessed with great genetics and fabulous skin tone, but non-surgical treatments have also helped to delay the ageing process: subtle, non-invasive treatments that ensure they look their very best, but without that clear sign of work having been done.
Am I a good candidate for Ultherapy Treatment?
Anyone who is experiencing signs of ageing, even the first subtle signs of skin laxity, would be likely to be a candidate for Ultherapy.
How is Ultherapy performed?
Ultherapy is a non-surgical skin tightening treatment. It works by delivering high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) beneath the skin’s surface to correct skin tissue planes and tighten saggy skin.
It is the pre-eminent version of HIFU technology and is the only ultrasound treatment option of its kind to be FDA approved.
How does the Ultherapy procedure improve the skin?
The focused ultrasound delivered stimulates collagen production, this addressing signs of ageing like loose skin and poor skin texture.
As we age, collagen and elastin become depleted, this a natural occurrence as we age, but one that inevitably leads to lines, wrinkles and sagging skin.
One of the first areas to be affected is often the skin on the neck. Mother Nature decides to stop producing new collagen and our skin suffers.
Ultherapy works by reversing the process of diminishing collagen by promoting the production of new collagen once more. It also strengthens existing collagen.
This non-invasive treatment has some of the effects of a surgical facelift on ageing skin.
Why is Ultherapy so effective for sagging skin?
Ultherapy only uses ultrasound technology, but this is micro-focused ultrasound which is used in a highly accurate way.
Ultherapy’s ultrasound imaging allows the skilled practitioner to see the layer of skin being targeted.
This ensures the ultrasound energy is applied to where it will be most effective, beneath the skin’s surface and in the deeper skin layers where new collagen production will be maximised.
What does collagen do for my skin?
The creation of new collagen stores has a lifting effect on the skin, smoothing lines and wrinkles and making your skin firm.
Is Ultherapy treatment an invasive procedure?
The use of micro-focused ultrasound means that in contrast to a skin tightening option that may use lasers or surgery, there are no needles, no incisions and no pain.
For many patients, non-surgical Ultherapy skin tightening with its ability to stimulate new collagen production can be considered before more significant treatments like neck lift surgery.
Micro-focused ultrasound treatment is completely non-invasive and yet produces profound results.
It has a lifting effect as it combats skin laxity on the face and neck by stimulating your body’s own natural collagen-building process.
How do I know that Ultherapy London is right for me?
Your journey to more beautiful skin begins with an initial consultation at Doctor Nyla’s stunning Harley Street clinic during which a full medical history will be taken.
This is to ensure the suitability of the non-surgical lifting treatment for you.
Ultherapy skin tightening is FDA approved and you can be completely confident in Dr Nyla’s experienced hands.
In many instances, a prospective patient has a desire to address signs of ageing with a non-invasive procedure but may not be sure which non-surgical treatment or bespoke package of aesthetic treatments would be the best option.
Doctor Nyla will always create a personalised treatment plan that is best suited to delivering the change sought.
Dr Nyla may suggest other treatments or skin care to further enhance your natural beauty and combat lines and wrinkles.
The Ultherapy process
When Ultherapy is the treatment to be undertaken, the process starts with the cleaning of the skin, to remove oil and residue.
An ultrasound gel is then applied and the device is placed against the skin, this will deliver the ultrasound energy to the deep layers of skin to be targeted.
Is ultrasound treatment uncomfortable?
During the treatment, you may experience some mild pain and tingling, but this will quickly pass.
How long does Ultherapy treatment take?
The Ultherapy treatment process will last up to 90 minutes, but this can be considered ‘me time’ in which you can relax.
Many patients chose to read, listen to music, or enjoy a drama on the Apple TV we provide for all who visit.
What is the downtime after Ultherapy London?
There are no post-treatment restrictions with Ultherapy treatment and no pain management should be required.
You can resume your normal activities immediately. So, you can simply head back into London and enjoy the rest of your day.
How many Ultherapy treatment sessions will I need?
Patients typically only need one Ultherapy treatment for excellent results.
Ultherapy treatment results
The list of famous clients helps to showcase that Ultherapy helps to tackle signs of ageing, yet in a way that is very natural and never creates the look of ‘work having been done’.
Of the treatment, Tess Daly says
“I love the fact that Ultherapy boosts your own collagen for natural-looking results, and it is a non-invasive treatment. I think it’s quite a revelation really.”
However, this is a non-surgical skin treatment that is suitable for all – celebrity or not!
Rather than writing thousands of words trying to describe the results, we believe it is better to show you fair before and after photos, these showing patients before and after treatment – with lighting and photography conditions the same across photos.
As you can see, this treatment can have a wonderful impact.
Which areas can Ultherapy treatments help?
Ultherapy treatments can be used to address signs of ageing by stimulating new collagen production in the upper and lower face and in the skin on the neck. It is also an effective chest treatment.
Typical areas targetted include, but are not limited to:
- Around the eyes
- Under the chin
When should I start Ultherapy treatment?
Loose skin on the face or around the neck would be a sign that you may be suitable for Ultherapy treatment.
Typically, those in their thirties or forties with mild to moderate skin laxity are good candidates for this focussed ultrasound to stimulate collagen production.
Ultherapy skin tightening can also be a wonderful non-surgical treatment for those who want to stay ‘ahead of the game’ tackling even the very early signs of ageing as they develop.
Dr Nyla is one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the UK.
Her clinics offer world-class treatment and she is trusted by many high-profile clients.
Her expertise and professionalism make her someone that media publications regularly ask for an opinion on developments in non-surgical treatments.
Dr Nyla’s clinic won Top Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK for 2019.
If you would like to arrange a consultation, or simply want further advice please contact us today.
Call us on 0162 532 4161 or use the Contact Form.
Doctor Nyla’s London clinic is located on Harley Street in central London.
Harley Street is so named after a famous resident, Thomas Harley, Lord Mayor of London in 1767. The street then became established as a home of medical excellence from the 19th century.
One famous former resident is Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helped King George VI – and the basis of the film The King’s Speech. He had offices at 146 Harley Street.
Harley Street has also featured prominently in books and films, including Sense and Sensibility and many Agatha Christie novels.
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