10 Best Clinics for Wrinkle Treatment in Vietnam (w/Prices)
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Meddi Skin Clinic
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GNG International
MyMeditravel Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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GNG International
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ART - Active Release Techniques
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APAO - Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology
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ABSI - Advanced Body Sculpting Institute
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APAD - Asia Pacific Academy of Dentistry
ACDNA - Academy Of Computerized Dentistry Of North America
WSLO - World Society of Lingual Orthodontics
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Everything you'll need to know about Wrinkle Treatment in Vietnam

What does a Wrinkle Treatment Procedure Involve?

The procedure begins with cleaning your skin with an alcohol swab to kill any germs present at the spot. A specialized gel is applied to your skin. The focused ultrasound beam is used to produce thermal effects in the deeper layers of skin. The device is pressed firmly on to the skin of areas that needs strengthening. This induces new collagen production in these layers and gives firmness to the previous one. Ultrasound rays are applied over the areas where skin tightening is intended, such as the face and the neck. The time of procedure varies with the areas which are to be treated. It produces thermal effects which can be the cause of discomfort during the process. It lasts for a small period of time when the energy is being delivered into skin layers. This slight discomfort is a sign that the collagen-boosting process has been started.

How Long Should I Stay in Vietnam for a Wrinkle Treatment Procedure?

Ultherapy takes 1 to 1.5 hours or more depending upon the dimensions of the area which is being treated.  Since it is an outpatient procedure, you can leave for home on the same day of the treatment. However, you should plan to stay in Vietnam for at least 5 days after your procedure. This will allow for the initial recovery and follow-up check-ups. Slight swelling and discomfort are normal during your stay. However, if it aggravates, there might be something wrong. Your health conditions are monitored during this duration.

What's the Recovery Time for Wrinkle Treatment Procedures in Vietnam?

As there is no downtime, you need not take any day off from work. You can get back to work immediately after the therapy. Minimal bruising is reported at the sites of Ultherapy where bones are present. This discomfort is for a small period of time. There might be tenderness and swelling in your skin which can last for one month after the procedure. 3 to 6 months are required for the results to become evident. Keep in mind that everyone continues to age and no process or treatment can stop aging. Therefore, the effects of Ultherapy subsides after a few years. Touch up treatments help to maintain its effects.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Wrinkle Treatment Procedures in Vietnam?

After going through Ultherapy, take care of the following points to look after you:

  • Avoid contact with direct sunlight for 2 to 3 months after this therapy. At the first place do not go outside in day time. If it is necessary, wear a strong sunscreen to protect your skin from harmful rays of light.
  • Do not apply any product on your skin which can cause allergy or irritation.  
  • Use icepacks to ease you from itching and swelling. They are very effective in reducing redness.
  • Do not massage and rub your skin for at least 1 to 2 weeks. It can aggravate redness and irritation in your skin.
  • Cover yourself properly when going out after the procedure.
  • Moisturize your skin twice or thrice a day. Use a moisturizer prescribed by your doctor.   

What's the Success Rate of Wrinkle Treatment Procedures in Vietnam?

This therapy is almost always successful. Results vary and their time of appearance varies. Some people show more positive results while others show a moderate difference in their physical appearance. But it works on all. According to a study, 65% of the patients reported improvement in their skin quality after 2 to 8 months. While 67% seemed very satisfied with the results after only 3 months. The success of Ultherapy depends upon your genes and other factors too.

Are there Alternatives to Wrinkle Treatment Procedures in Vietnam?

The following are some alternatives to Ultherapy:

  • Microcurrent facelift: this involves electrical stimulation of your tissues, skin, and muscles to increase their tone and impart a rejuvenating effect. Also, electrical current boosts collagen production and increases blood circulation in your body. It shows immediate results which can last for 48 hours only. You can opt for it for special events.
  • Dermal fillers: also known as a liquid facelift, dermal fillers such as Sculptra, Juvederm, and Restylane are injected into your skin to give your facial features a lift. It treats wrinkles and aging lines on your skin. Each dermal filler works differently in different parts of your body.
  • Laser facelift: laser light is used to stimulate inner layers of your skin to boost collagen production. This requires 30 minutes with no downtime.

All the techniques mentioned above are minimally invasive with almost no downtime, pain and incisions.

Overall, you will look younger than your actual age. But its effects last for only 12 to 15 months, after which you will need touch ups.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 27/02/2023