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7D HIFU Neck Wrinkle Removal and Skin Tightening

  • HIFU (High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound) is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that can be used to remove wrinkles and tighten skin in the neck area.

  • HIFU works by delivering focused ultrasound energy to the deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and promoting tissue regeneration.

  • This results in a lifting and tightening effect on the skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin.

  • HIFU neck wrinkle removal and skin tightening is a safe and effective treatment, with no downtime and minimal discomfort. It is a popular alternative to surgical procedures like neck lift and facelift, providing natural-looking results without the risks associated with invasive surgery. 

Dr. Mohan Siribaddana is a highly experienced medical professional who has transitioned

from being a General Practitioner to specializing in non-invasive cosmetic procedures.

With over 15 years of experience in general medicine, Dr. Siribaddana has gained a

deep understanding of the human body and its various systems, which he now

applies to his cosmetic practice.

Over the past four years, Dr. Siribaddana has performed more than 6,000

non-invasive cosmetic procedures, including treatments such as HIFU,

Sculpsure, EMS, and laser treatments.

His patients appreciate his expertise and attention to detail, as well as

his caring and compassionate approach to patient care.

Dr. Siribaddana's shift towards non-invasive cosmetic procedures reflects

the growing demand for these treatments, which offer patients a safe,

effective, and minimally invasive way to improve their appearance.

With his wealth of medical knowledge and expertise, Dr. Siribaddana

is well-equipped to deliver the best possible outcomes for his patients,

helping them achieve their aesthetic goals while prioritizing

their health and well-being.

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Dr. Mohan Siribaddana
MBBS,MRCGP(int-UK),PGDip
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