April 5, 2020 - Sunday

EMSCULPT: Novel technology for the New Year! (to help reshape a New You!)

by Dr. Robin Sykes

EMSCULPT:At the Jupiter Plastic Surgery Center, we are constantly reviewing new and emerging technology, so that we can bring the best to our patients.

Many people would prefer nonsurgical options, and we have always kept this in mind. Dr. Sykes feels that, because she is a plastic surgeon , she can often offer her patients advice and a whole range of solutions to solve their aesthetic problems. She can also help steer patients through the often confusing information stream that comes in from everywhere, which may or may not be appropriate for them.

The latest device in the arena of body sculpting is a totally new concept, because in addition to helping the patient lose body fat, it also tightens and builds the underlying abdominal muscles. AND, without the pain of 20,000 abdominal crunches! (In fact, there is no pain at all!!)

The EMSCULPT procedure is the world’s only procedure that simultaneously addresses both muscle and fat. It can be used on the abdomen and/or the buttocks, for a nonsurgical buttock lift. The procedure is backed by 9 independent multi-centered studies from across the United States. These studies show an average of 16% increase in muscle mass and an average fat reduction of 19% in the abdominal treatment area (and a 1” to 3” reduction in circumference). The EMSCULPT uses High-Intensity Focused Electro-Magnetic technology, causing “supramaximal” contractions of the muscles, which causes the muscle fibers to multiply and grow, and the surrounding fat to be disrupted and to die off.

Our staff so far has shown a 1-2” reduction in waist size, only 1 month after the four sessions ended, and an impressive toning of the silhouette.

Call if you would like more information about the amazing EMSCULPT , or to schedule an appointment.

Robin A. Sykes, MD is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. She has a BA in Biology from Wells College, an MD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, General Surgery training at the University of Miami, and Plastic Surgery training at the University of Kansas. She is a National Merit Scholar and Phi Beta Kappa. In addition, she has many years of art training, and brings this to her work in aesthetic plastic surgery. Many new technologies as well as new aesthetic devices and products are available in her practice, so that she can offer a variety of surgical and nonsurgical treatments for your unique aesthetic needs and desires.

Jupiter Plastic Surgery
2055 Military Trail, Suite 305
Jupiter, FL 33458

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