Ultherapy vs. Lasers

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Ulherapy is a non-invasive treatment, which is used similar to collagen: to tighten up the skin on the lower face and neck lines, explains Tanya Patron, Physician Assistant with Miami Plastic Surgery.
She classifies lasers into two particular categories of lights: one, in which the patient usually wears protective eyewear and other types of devices, that people like to call them lasers but they are not true lasers, such as radio frequency and treatments like ultherapy, the expert describes.
Dr. Max Polo, Plastic Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about surgical and non-surgical procedures for neck. He explains they can use sculpting, liposuction and fillers depending on the patient.

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