NEW DELHI: For the first time in India, Dr. Tatjana Pavicic - Faculty of Merz Institute of Advance Studies, has launched Ultherapy, a nonsurgical procedure for lifting the skin on neck, chin and brow, and for improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the décolletage.
The treatment works on patients ranging from as young as 20 years to as old as 70 years and more, with results lasting from anywhere between 1 year to 1.5 years after a single treatment.
“Till date, more than 1.5 million treatments have been accomplished globally with Ultherapy. We’re very happy to see how it has been received, and are inspired to continue providing patients with more ways to have access to Ultherapy as Merz enjoys 111th year of existence in the industry, “said Raymond Ong – Regional Commercial Director, Merz Aesthetics.
“Also, as the world of aesthetic treatment is now moving towards a combination treatment approach, we are happy to remain the only company in the world to offer a combination of toxin, dermal fillers and energy-based devices for skin lifting and tightening to the patients,” he asserts.
Manju Garg, Country Manager, Merz India, said, “Ultherapy is a great addition to the country's beauty and wellness industry. There is great demand for non-invasive procedures, especially for skin lifting.”
She further adds, “Till now the Merz has been made available at more than 20 accredited partner clinics across all metro cities in India and we hope to be able to widen its reach in coming years.”
“Ultherapy’s patented DeepSee visualization technology is unique as it helps a doctor to reach to the deeper skin layers and treating them without any damage to the outer layers. Other treatments either treat on the surface or do not reach all the layers where treatment is required for skin tightening.” says Dr. Tatjana Pavicic.