What is the Best Non-Surgical Treatment for Fat Reduction?

By | 2018-03-29T19:48:18+00:00 May 22nd, 2018|

What is the Best Non-Surgical Treatment for Fat Reduction? If you’d like to contour your body without having to go under the knife, you’re not alone. Non-surgical fat reduction treatments are now in high demand because a growing number of younger patients are opting not to have invasive fat reduction surgery. But what is the best non-surgical treatment for fat reduction? Non-surgical fat reduction Non-surgical fat reduction involves the use of energy-based devices to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat and contour the body. The devices typically use a laser, radiofrequency (RF), or ultrasound energy to reduce fat cells.     What is the best non-surgical treatment for fat reduction? When it comes to non-surgical fat reduction, vShape Ultra is certainly the most advanced technology now available. It is a next-generation fat reduction solution that not only gets rid of unwanted fat deposits [...]

How is vShape Ultra different than CoolSculpting?

By | 2018-03-23T17:57:10+00:00 March 15th, 2018|

How is vShape Ultra different than CoolSculpting? Are you looking for a non-invasive procedure that will get rid of those unwanted bulges on your abdomen, thighs, or arms? There are a variety of cutting-edge body contouring devices on the market that can do the job, including vShape Ultra and CoolSculpting.  But how is vShape Ultra different than CoolSculpting. How vShape Ultra differs from CoolSculpting? Although both vShape Ultra and CoolSculpting are FDA-approved for non-invasive fat removal, they work very differently.   vShape Ultra uses a combination of ultrasound energy and focused radio-frequency energy to reduce fat and tighten the skin. The ultrasound energy selectively targets the fat cells and creates a thermal effect that causes them to collapse without harming the surrounding tissue, nerves, or blood vessels. The fatty content is then processed by the body. vShape Ultra is ideal for sculpting areas such as the [...]

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