The Aivee Clinic won the top prize at the Merz Aesthetics Golden Record Awards. The Aivee Clinic received the Ultherapy Golden Award for the Asia Pacific Region, and Number 1 Ultherapy User in the Philippines at the Merz Aesthetics Golden Record Awards in July. This is the second year the clinic has won the regional category, emerging as the top Ultherapy user among countries including Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and India.
Aivee Clinic’s Medical Director and President Dr. Aivee Teo and CEO Dr. Z Teo flew to Bali, Indonesia, for the “Merz Aesthetics: Achieving Balanced Outcomes for Patients” event to receive the recognition. The occasion was also graced by other top Ultherapy partners from different markets.
Founded by Dr. Aivee Teo, The Aivee Clinic is a leader in dermatology and aesthetic enhancement in the Philippines, known for premium patient service and cutting-edge technology. At the Golden Record Awards, The Aivee Clinic was acknowledged for having the most number of treatments in the region, likewise increasing skill and experience in terms of Ultherapy use. Through the significant contributions of The Aivee Clinic and other partner clinics across the region, Ultherapy was also able to achieve a milestone of providing 1 million treatments for clients worldwide this year.
Merz Aesthetics first presented the Golden Record Awards in 2016 to encourage its partners across the world to keep ensuring that patients receive only the authentic Ultherapy treatment. Ultherapy is a US-FDA approved non-invasive procedure that lifts and tightens the skin on the brows, under the chin, neck, and chest. It uses focused ultrasound technology to target the foundational layer of the skin and stimulate the production of new collagen.
For more information, visit www.ultherapy.com, www.merzaesthetics.com. or @UltherapyPH on Facebook and Instagram.
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