LDM ultrasound

LDM ultrasound (local dynamic micro-massage) is a relatively new form of ultrasound treatment in which the sound frequencies achieve a much higher intensity than conventional aesthetic-medical ultrasound treatments, thanks to a quick change in frequency.

LDM ultrasound, therefore, offers the option of an effective, non-invasive treatment for skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, improvement of the skin structure, and the dissolution of local fatty deposits. Furthermore, LDM ultrasound is successfully used for medical problems such as acne and eczema.

The varied and effective treatment method is based on three active principles:

Chemical principle: The enzymatic degradation processes that characterize skin aging are stopped while building processes are restimulated in the skin. This leads to a regeneration of collagen, rejuvenation of the skin, and reduction in wrinkles. The skin’s texture becomes fine-pored overall.

Mechanical principle: Water is better distributed in the tissue, which makes the skin look plump and radiant again.

Thermal principle: LDM ultrasound can be used in a very heat-intensive way to break down local fatty deposits (for example, below the chin) and to tighten the tissue. The latter effect also makes LDM ultrasound an effective treatment option for cellulite and sagging skin on the body. As this requires an accumulative effect, several treatments are necessary.