Vshape accent ultra ii body contouring

VShape Accent Ultra is a non-invasive application that aims to reduce excess body fat and give more shaped contours. With the combination of ultrasound and radiofrequency energies, it attacks fat stores and reduces the appearance of cellulite. Thus, it creates a tighter and taut body. Innovative two-mode application It has been approved by the FDA (American Food and Drug Administration).

How does it work?

VShape Accent Ultra combines ultrasound and radiofrequency energies to destroy excess fat. In the first stage, a series of hot ultrasound waves are sent to heat the area to be treated, followed by cold waves sent to eliminate fat cells. Radiofrequency energy is used to dry, get rid of unwanted waste materials and tighten the skin. Thanks to the high technology it contains, Accent Ultra II is designed to focus only on the membranes of fat cells throughout the entire procedure. Therefore, it does not pose any danger to the surrounding skin tissues, nerves and vessels.

A session is usually completed between 45 minutes and 1.5 hours. Since it does not require recovery time, the patient can return to his daily activities immediately.

Advantages:

– It is non-surgical and non-invasive method.

-A two-step procedure

-Painless treatment

-No need for general or local anesthesia

-Effective skin tightening and body contouring

-There is no recovery process.

-Minimum risk of side effects

Results:

The results that VShape Accent Ultra can give; elimination of fat, face and body contours, reshaping the body, tightening of sagging skin and reducing the appearance of cellulite. To achieve these results, patients need to undergo multiple treatments. The number of sessions varies according to the desired results and special needs of the person. 4 to 6 sessions are required.

Areas That Can Be Treated

Abdomen and waist, arms, thighs, hips, face and neck

Eligibility Criteria for Treatment

-Motivated patients with realistic expectations

-Patients with a body mass index below 30 kg/m2

-Localized fat deposits (regional fat excess)

Situations where treatment is not appropriate

-Cancer or cancer history

-Psoriasis

-Pregnancy

-Thrombophlebitis

-Heart battery

-Large metal prosthetic implant in the treated area

– Autoimmune disease or history of autoimmune disease

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