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UltraShape is a unique technology because it uses gentle focused ultrasound waves to kill fat cells without damaging the skin or causing pain.
TORONTO, ON, June 30, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- We've all struggled with body image issues at some point in life. Sure, you can go on a diet, join a gym, or even get a personal trainer -- but sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you just can't seem to shed those stubborn last few inches around the waist, hips or thighs. Luckily, there's now a safe, non-surgical solution to your body image woes.
With new advances in non-surgical liposuction technology, patients can now achieve their ideal body shape without the need to go under the knife. One of the most advanced non-surgical liposuction devices on the market today is the newly FDA approved UltraShape, which uses ultrasound waves to break down and kill fat cells painlessly.
To help people understand this new technology, Dr. Mulholland, a Toronto cosmetic surgeon and medical aesthetics pioneer, has made several appearances on Canadian national TV, including City Line and Breakfast Television. He demonstrated how UltraShape works and answered questions about this technology.
Dr. Stephen Mulholland, a world renowned Toronto plastic surgeon, has worked with the UltraShape technology for over seven years. He was happy to share his extensive experience with UltraShape with his colleagues, teaching prominent Los Angles area cosmetic physicians about the proper use of the UltraShape fat reduction technology.
"With some of our new non-invasive fat reduction technology, we can now offer non-surgical liposuction-like results. UltraShape is a unique technology because it uses gentle focused ultrasound waves to kill fat cells without damaging the skin or causing pain. UltraShape's advantage is that it kills several centimeters of fat painlessly, using high energy focused ultrasound," explains Dr. Mulholland. "Where other technologies that kill fat may cause some discomfort, UltraShape is effective yet painless. After three treatments, every two weeks for six weeks, patients will on average have three to four centimetre fat reduction", says Dr Mulholland
"My Los Angeles teaching workshop focused on the UltraShape basic science and treatment process. I think Ultrashape will become one of the most popular non-surgical fat reduction procedures in the world," predicted Dr. Mulholland.
Liposuction remains the number one cosmetic procedure performed in North America with over one million liposuctions performed in 2013. However, some people may not want to undergo a traditional surgical liposuction procedure due to fears of complications, and a difficult, lengthy recovery. Non-surgical liposuction devices such as the UltraShape alleviate these fears, while removing up to 700cc's of fat from stubborn localized areas. This demonstrates that liposuction can now be performed safely without the need for a long recovery period.
UltraShape, combined with other non-invasive fat reduction technologies, are growing in popularity. They may soon become the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures for both men and women.
For a personal story, view the link below of The City TV interview with Dr. Mulholland.
For more information contact SpaMedica at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (416) 307-2145.
Dr. Mulholland is plastic surgeon certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He has over 25 year of experience working in the plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine industries. He is the founder and director of SpaMedica, a cosmetic surgery centre and medical spa facility in Toronto. Dr. Mulholland has helped develop several cutting edge procedures such as the FotoFacial, FotoFacial RF, The Pan G and ThreadLift just to name a few. He has made numerous appearances on Canadian and American television and radio. Dr. Mulholland is a highly respected expert in his field and he regularly travels around the world to educate other physicians about the cosmetic procedures.
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