UltraShape is the most widely used, non-invasive procedure for painlessly destroying fat – particularly troublesome belly fat, saddlebags on the thighs, and love handles around the hips. UltraShape uses pulsed, focused ultrasound to reduce unwanted fat deposits, while integrated, vacuum-assisted radio-frequency helps to destroy and clear fat cells and tighten skin.
Now, the makers of UltraShape have raised the bar with UltraShape Power, which promises more power, more effectiveness and more comfort. Recently cleared by the FDA and already available at the Warmuth Institute of Dermatology, UltraShape Power uses the sophisticated USculpt transducer to deliver 20 percent more energy than its predecessor. This can result in a 32 percent reduction in subcutaneous fat thickness, according to a recent clinical study.
Just like a magnifying glass can focus a point of light, UltraShape Power technology can focus ultrasound energy on specific areas 1.5 centimeters below the surface of the skin. As fat cells are ruptured and destroyed, surrounding blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue are unharmed and unaffected. Fat cell content is then broken down and sent to the liver, where it is process and converted into building blocks for energy.
Because this procedure can be adjusted to suit different body areas and shapes and target large or small fat deposits, treatments can be customized for each patient. This leads to faster, visible results – an average body circumference reduction of four centimeters, usually after just three sessions. Patients report little to no discomfort because the USculpt transducer causes only a minimal increase in tissue temperature.
While other treatments tend to be temporary because they only reduce fat cell volume, UltraShape Power destroys and reduces the number of fat cells for more long-lasting results. It also stimulates blood flow to accelerate the removal of liquefied fat.
To learn more about UltraShape Power and find out if this procedure is right for you, call the Warmuth Institute of Dermatology at 856-358-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.