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It's Here!

Marlene J. Mash, MD
Published by in Body Shaping ·
Tags: weightloss
WOW! That's the word we are hearing every day after a patient receives an UltraShape treatment.

We have completed several UltraShape treatments for MANY happy and satisfied patients and we are pleased that word of mouth has spread the news.  Our patients are ecstatic with their results. The medical community has opened their arms to this first and only FDA-cleared, non-invasive body-shaping procedure that uses focused, pulsed ultrasound for selective fat-cell destruction. It's not like anything out there.

The excitement is real. Unlike liposuction, UltraShape is non-surgical—which means no incisions, anesthetics, or recovery time. And unlike other fat-reduction procedures that use heat or freeze fat, UltraShape is virtually painless and leaves no visible signs of treatment. So you can hit the doctor's office, then hit your yoga class in a cropped top the same day.

We invite you to call us to schedule a complimentary consultation to see if you are a candidate for UltraShape.




The "fat eraser" that can "whittle your waist without so much as a wince."

Marlene J. Mash, MD
Published by in Body Shaping ·
Tags: fatloss
We are all very excited about the new first and only FDA-cleared, non-invasive, body-shaping procedure that  uses focused, pulsed ultrasound for selective fat destruction. Called UltraShape, this procedure targets and instantly destroys stubborn fat,  without discomfort or downtime.                         

UltraShape is ideal for people with stubborn fat or genetically acquired  problem areas. For best results, maintaining a healthy lifestyle with  diet and exercise is recommended. UltraShape is not recommended for  major weight loss.

UltraShape delivers ultrasound energy directly into the stubborn fat  below your skin's surface. Rapidly changing pressure waves create vapor  cavities in the fat cells. This stresses the fat cell membranes, causing  them to rupture—all while leaving the surrounding skin, nerves, and  blood vessels unharmed.

Our staff will give a sneak preview AND give away a treatment at our annual Holiday Open House scheduled on Thursday,December 17th. Drop in and see it for yourself!                         



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