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Is there anything better than Ultherapy?

Ultherapy is a non-invasive facelift procedure. As non-surgical facelift alternatives become more advanced, here’s what you should know about Ultherapy, which uses ultrasound to raise the skin and facial features.

Technologies that use regenerative lasers, ultrasound, and radiofrequency energy to either encourage a massive increase in our own collagen production or operate on the face muscles themselves to raise the features are among the no-knife choices. Ultherapy, which is regarded the gold standard in non-surgical skin tightening and lifting, is one of the top techniques that is both safe and effective.

What is Ultherapy?

“Ultherapy is a non- invasive process that lifts and tightens the skin of your face, neck, and décolletage.” Ultrasound energy stimulates your own natural collagen and elastin production for natural-looking outcomes.” Dr Lim Ting Song explains.

“The visualisation feature of Ultherapy distinguishes it from other treatments since it lets us to view the areas being treated and hence avoid places that may cause discomfort – such as transferring energy to bone.” Says Dr Lim Ting Song.

Why is the visualisation of Ultherapy so important?

“This is one of the advantages of Ultherapy equipment over other ultrasound-based tightening methods,” Dr Lim Ting Song adds. The visualisation allows us to pinpoint exactly where we are sending energy, so optimising results and limiting potential adverse effects. Because everyone’s skin and subcutaneous tissue differ somewhat, accurate patient selection and visualisation are critical to a successful outcome.”

Know more about Ultherapy See. Plan. Treat. Boost (SPTB) technique

How long does Ultherapy last?

“The best effects occur after three to six months, and we recommend repeating the treatment every 1 to 1.5 year to maintain the results.” You can also doing other regular treatments such as Radiesse Plus, Syflirm X, TempSure and skin booster like PLINEST. It helps increase the longevity of Ultherapy results. Dr Lim Ting Song explains.

Are there any treatments that work well with Ultherapy?

“Ultherapy can be used with a variety of treatments to assist accentuate benefits and also to give the skin a little boost while waiting for final results of Ultherapy to” explains Dr Lim Ting Song. “I love combining Ultherapy with injectable bio-stimulator like Radiesse Plus and Profhilo, as well as bio-revitalization treatment such as PLINEST.” PLINEST or other skin booster can also be used in conjunction with Ultherapy to improve skin texture and brightness. Ultherapy should always be performed first to target the deeper layers of the skin, followed by injectable and/or more surface treatments.”

This is also why you should get your Ultherapy done in Clique Clinic. We promote multimodality treatment to maximise the result, and it is totally personalised.


Ultherapy SPT refers to Ultherapy’s unique approach of treatment planning and documentation. This innovative therapy approach has three basic components:

SEE: Prior to the initial Ultherapy session, a consultation is held. The ultrasound in the Ultherapy machine helps doctors to look beneath the skin’s surface and measure the depth, thickness, and distribution of target tissue layers for the Plan and Treat stages.

PLAN: A personalised treatment plan for the patient is developed based on the relevant target tissues identified in the SEE stage. The – on the Upper Face, Mid-Face, Lower Face, and Neck may differ according on skin condition.

TREAT: The doctor will provide energy to the target tissues in a safe manner while recording the treatment lines and intensity. This precise documentation will help doctors monitor and ensure optimum results, translating to higher patient satisfaction and treatment success.

What about the BOOST?

As mentioned, get a booster such as Radiesse Plus to compliment Ultherapy.


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