How Does UltraShape Work For Body Contouring?

Do you have a few problem areas on your body that you’d like to tone and sculpt? UltraShape can help you get the body you want. But how does UltraShape work for body contouring.

What is UltraShape?
UltraShape is a non-invasive body contouring procedure that uses focused ultrasound to reduce fat and sculpt the body.Since UltraShape is a non-surgical treatment there is no anesthesia or incisions, and no unwanted side-effects.

UltraShape is a comfortable, effective procedure that can be used to get rid of stubborn fat that does not respond to diet and exercise. It can be used to contour the abdomen, love handles, and thighs.

How does UltraShape work for body contouring?
The UltraShape ultrasonic transducer emits focused pulsed ultrasound energy that target the subcutaneous fat below the surface of the skin.

The acoustic waves of energy selectively target the fat cells at a controlled depth. The treatment does not harm the adjacent structures i.e. tissues, nerves, and blood vessels, because the mechanical effect created by the ultrasound waves only affects the fat cells.

The focused ultrasound causes rapid changes in pressure in the tissue fluid between the fat cells, resulting in the formation of bubbles that break apart and shatter the walls of the fat cells.The fat that’s released is processed and naturally disposed of by the body.

UltraShape is virtually painless and there are few side-effects. Downtime is minimal so most patients are able to resume regular activities immediately after treatment.

Patients generally see visible improvement in body contours about 2-3 weeks after the procedure.

Are you ready to see how UltraShape can contour your body? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Cerritos, CA area, Belle Vie Wellness and Medical Aesthetics is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.belleviemedical.com, or by calling (562) 865-0802.

Like this article?

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on Linkdin
Share on pinterest
Share on Pinterest