Emsculpt Before and After | Real Photos, Real Results

Emsculpt  Before and After | Real Photos, Real Results

Emsculpt before and after pictures show the astounding results both women and men are enjoying with this novel body contouring procedure. This treatment is safe, FDA-cleared, and non-invasive. In a quick, 30-minute procedure you accomplish the same results as you would after several workouts. Emsculpt before and after pictures attest to the efficacy this treatment has to rapidly get muscles back into shape. If you’ve been skipping the gym lately but want to get back into shape as soon as possible, Emsculpt can help. The Emsculpt before and after images below show the effects just a few treatments can have. Abs are defined and strengthened. Biceps have noticeable muscle mass gains. Booties are lifted, toned, and aesthetically rounded.

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Emsculpt Before and After*

As with any cosmetic procedures, individual results may vary. The patient results shown in these before and after pictures are from actual patients. Their incredible results highlight the importance of selecting a skilled provider for this technique-sensitive procedure. The more experienced the technician, the more amazing your before and after images will be.

How Does Emsculpt Work?

The noticeable results in these Emsculpt before and after pictures have people asking, “ but how exactly does this work?”. To simplify, Eemsculpt uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to penetrate through to the muscle fibers and cause them to contract. These powerful contractions, also known as supramaximal contractions, are much more intense than a normal contraction you could accomplish doing a typical strengthening exercise. Strengthening exercises include typical exercises performed at the gym such as squats, lunges, bicep curls, or sit-ups.

In a quick 30-minute treatment the Emsculpt procedure can achieve 20,000 of these powerful contractions. That’s the equivalent of doing 20,000 squats or crunches in a half-hour time period, a superhuman feat.

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Emsculpt  Vs. Fat Freezing

Emsculpt targets not only the layer of stored fat but the muscle lying underneath. While fat-reducing procedures such as liposuction or CoolSculpting target only the fat cells, Emsculpt targets the muscle, building strength and burning fat in the process. Muscle mass comprises, on average, 35% of a person’s overall body composition. Meanwhile, fat composition usually only represents 15-25%. To really get the toned, long-lasting results you are looking for you need a treatment plan that addresses both muscle building and fat cell destruction. Emsculpt can target both areas during a single treatment. However, for really amazing before and after pictures a combination of Emsculpt and a fat reduction treatment such as CoolSculpting or Kybella is recommended.

What Areas Can Emsculpt Treat?

Emsculpt is FDA-cleared for improving and strengthening the muscle tone of abs, buttocks, thighs, calves, and arms. It is the perfect treatment for defining and building abdominal muscles, giving you the results of several workouts in a single treatment. However, because of it’s remarkable ability to lift and firm the buttocks it is also an ideal, non-invasive alternative to the popular Brazilian Butt Lift procedure. The Emsculpt before and after pics showing butt lifting results are some of the most astonishing!

Emsculpt Results

Emsculpt results develop over a relatively short time frame. Many patients notice the improvement in muscle gains within 2-4 weeks of finishing their treatment plans, although as with any cosmetic procedure individual results may vary. The development of muscle and toning effects may continue developing for several months after your procedure.

Most patients opt for a beginning treatment plan of four Emsculpt sessions. All four sessions can be completed within a two-week time frame. This brings you closer to your amazing before and after pics than most cosmetic procedures currently available.

Emsculpt Before and After Pics of Your Own

The next set of unbelievable Emsculpt “before and after pics” could be your own. If you want to find out if you are an ideal Emsculpt candidate, or are interested in learning more about this remarkable procedure, schedule your FREE consultation today. Aura Dermatology is an experienced dermatology practice and premier provider of Emsculpt treatments in the Robbinsville and Somerset areas. Fill out an online form below or call 609-445-3668 to schedule your appointment.


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Diastasis Recti | Emsculpt and Other Cures for AB Separation

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Diastasis Recti | Emsculpt and Other Cures for AB Separation

Diastasis Recti, also known as abdominal separation, is a common condition afflicting 33% to 60% of pregnant women. Ab separation can become a cosmetic concern and lead to health problems for many women after giving birth. Read on to learn more about this condition and discover treatments for Diastasis recti.

What is Diastasis Recti?

Diastasis recti occur when the rectus abdominis—the two vertical muscle groups that make up a “six-pack”—separate, pulling away from their attachment in the center of the abdomen.

The rectus abdominis is the largest of the abdominal muscles. They help transfer weight through the lower back and pelvis region. Furthermore, the rectus abdominis forms a section of the abdominal wall. This section supports the intestines, the uterus, and other organs.

What causes Diastasis Recti?

Diastasis recti occur during pregnancy, typically in the last term. The growing baby places pressure against the abdominal wall. This causes the rectus abdominis muscles to stretch, thin, and eventually separate from the tissue that connects the abs together.

Diastasis recti are more common in women with previous cesarean sections, women pregnant with multiples, or women who have previously given birth.

Abdominal Separation Symptoms

For some women, Diastasis recti heal on its own, typically within one to two months after giving birth, as the muscles repair themselves and return to normal.

Sometimes, Diastasis recti do not heal on its own. In fact, a recent survey revealed 45% of new moms reported mild cases of diastasis six months after giving birth.

When diastasis does not heal, it may create cosmetic concerns. Many women are left with a “ridge” or protrusion from the midline. The ridge is more prominent under strain.

Severe cases of diastasis may lead to chronic pain in the lower back, pelvis, or hips. It may also cause constipation, urinary incontinence, or pain during intercourse.

What Treatments Correct Diastasis Recti?

For mild cases of diastasis, women can strengthen the rectus abdominis with physiotherapy of the deep stomach and pelvic floor. This consists of special exercises for improving separation. Typical ab exercises, like sit-ups or crunches, can make a diastasis worse. Therefore, many women consult a medical professional for instruction on how to strengthen their core after ab separation properly.

Surgery, such as a tummy tuck, is an option for severe cases. Unfortunately, most insurance companies consider surgery for ab separation a cosmetic procedure and refuse to cover the operation.

Emsculpt, a new body contouring treatment, is clinically proven to improve diastasis recti. Emsculpt stimulates abdominal muscles using High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy. The current safely stimulates muscle contractions that strengthen existing fibers and initiates the creation of new tissues.

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While Emsculpt is primarily designed to improve the appearance of the abdomen cosmetically, clinical data highlights the therapeutic benefits of this novel technology. Emsculpt strengthens the core, remodeling the tissue of the rectus abdominis. This leads to significant improvement in ab separation, making Emsculpt a popular treatment among women after giving birth.

Emsculpt Near Me

If you suffer from ab separation after pregnancy, Emsculpt can help. Learn more about this new body sculpting treatment by contacting Aura Dermatology to schedule a free consultation. Reach out to Aura Dermatology online or call (609) 415-3376 today.


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