How EMSCULPT works?

EMSCULPT is the body contouring procedure that is changing how we do body sculpting today. With the ability to address muscle and fat at the same time, this procedure is unique in its ability to produce dramatic, natural and lasting results for our patients. The secret to EMSCULPTS success lies it its technology. Instead of surgically removing unwanted fat or eliminating bulges with heat or freezing, this device works with the natural processes of your body to sculpt and tone those problem spots. Once you understand precisely how EMSCULPT works, you will see why it is poised to become a top choice in body contouring for both men and women.

Revolutionary Technology, Dramatic Results

EMSCULPT uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to achieve its superior results. HIFEM induces supramaximal muscle contractions in the treatment area, which are contractions with higher tension than you can achieve through your regular workout. In addition to the increased intensity, EMSCULPT speeds up the contractions – creating 20,000 contractions in a single half-hour treatment session. The dual benefit is an efficient fat burning effect while muscles are toned and strengthened in a fraction of the time of even the most rigorous workout session.

EMSCULPT is more effective than other methods of body contouring because it addresses both fat and muscle at the same time. Muscles make up about 35% of the human body, but other treatments designed to reduce fat do not target this essential component. With the ability to enhance muscle while cutting fat, EMSCULPT’s results are superior to those offered through other body contouring procedures.

Appropriate for
Men and Women

EMSCULPT is an appropriate treatment for both men and women, although it works in slightly different ways. For men, this procedure can help restore the six-pack abs of their youth, through tightening and toning the underlying muscles. Women that find pregnancy has led to a separation of the abdominal muscles will also experience tightening that results in a smoother, flatter midsection. Think about how regular workouts sculpt your body and you can get an idea of how your EMSCULPT outcome might look as well.

Is EMSCULPT Right for You?

Who is the ideal patient for EMSCULPT? Men and women who:

  • Are in relatively good health and have achieved a stable weight
  • Have less than one inch to “pinch” (not recommended for weight loss)
  • Have not seen desired results through diet and exercise
  • Want to reverse changes that have occurred to the body over time
  • Want to put the finishing touches on their weight loss efforts
  • A desire to feel more confident in bathing suits
  • Don’t like what they see when they look in the mirror

Dr. Nasra and his team at Beata Advanced Aesthetics will assess your situation to determine whether EMSCULPT will provide you with an optimal outcome based on your concerns and aesthetic goals.

What does EMSCULPT Treat?

EMSCULPT is FDA-cleared for the following areas:

Abdomen

EMSCULPT has been shown to strengthen abdominal muscles while improving tone in the midsection. Patients that underwent the standard treatment protocol in clinical studies saw a 19% reduction in subcutaneous abdominal fat and a decrease of approximately 1.75 inches in waist circumference. At the same time, muscle mass increased by 16% to create a toned, sculpted midsection.

Buttocks

When administered to the backside, EMSCULPT lifts and tones the buttocks, reducing fat in the area at the same time. Patients that underwent the usual treatment protocol in this area found a significant lift and improvement in tone, reversing age-related sagging and creating a shapelier derriere. Around 85% saw substantial improvement and more than 94% were satisfied with their results.

Whether you want to achieve a tighter midsection or a shapelier backside, EMSCULPT is the procedure that can help you meet your goals with natural, long-lasting results. To learn more about this revolutionary treatment, contact Beata Advanced Aesthetics today at (732) 838-3500.