What’s in a name? Well when it comes to Emscuplt, a lot!
Dr. Arash Akhavan, of the Dermatology and Laser Groups, provided a breakdown of the hot new body contouring treatment this way
“The first two letters—the E and the M in Emsculpt—are the technology behind it. It uses electromagnetic energy to get the muscles to contract in the area you’re treating.”
Now FDA-approved, Emsculpt is pushing the industry of muscle toning forward.
Here’s everything you need to know about it.
How It Works
The treatment’s main focus is to eliminate fat. In the same way we contract our muscles when we work out, Emsculpt’s technology does this for us. “It takes over that process,” as Dr, Akhavan put it.
It’s Better Than Any Other Fat Removal
No other procedure builds muscle the way Emsculpt does. Its rapid contractions (over 20,000 times in 30 minutes) burns fat and works out the underlying muscle.
Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is also a fan of it. “Emsculpt delivers superior contouring results that existing non-invasive body shaping therapies cannot match,” Dr. Frank affirmed.
The Ideal Patient
Emsculpt can’t help everybody, especially not anybody with a pacemaker. It is designed for relatively healthy individuals. Those who workout regularly but are experiencing a very specific problem area.
It even helps athletes, men and women, recovering from injury. Emsculpt’s ability to target an exact area is ideal for strengthening muscle groups that are vulnerable from a previous injury.
Quick and Easy
A visit for procedure will usually take 30 minutes. A common practice is four sessions in the span of a couple of weeks.
Leaner and More Toned
Dr. Frank assures his patients that they’ll notice results immediately following the procedure. Though, “positive results are seen two to four weeks after the last session,” he said.
Results really last as long as the patient is willing to keep them. There’s nothing artificial from Emsculpt. It shapes your body. So exercise and health habits ensure to keep the added boost of physical improvement.
You can maintain it for a very long time,” Dr. Akhaven said. But he warned of not being dedicated to keeping up the handwork. “The muscle will slowly start to diminish because you’re not using it—the fat can slowly start to come back.”
A session of Emsculpt costs somewhere between $750 and $1,000. Considering a patient will likely require four sessions, the grand total falls around $3,500.
Interested in learning more about Emsculpt? Contact us today to schedule your appointment and try the procedure FOR FREE before committing to a full treatment!