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BTL Aesthetics

Commercial and Clinical Experience with Emsculpt in Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine Practice

High-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology has been widely investigated over the past two years since its introduction to the market in 2017. Both human and veterinary studies were performed and showed that the HIFEM procedure is effective for muscle thickening and strengthening with a notable reduction in subcutaneous fat.

High-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology has been widely investigated over the past two years since its introduction to the market in 2017. Both human and veterinary studies were performed and showed that the HIFEM procedure is effective for muscle thickening and strengthening with a notable reduction in subcutaneous fat. Utilizing HIFEM technology to induce supramaximal muscle contractions, which lead to muscle hypertrophy and reduction in the subcutaneous fat layer, the Emsculpt device from BTL Industries Inc. (Boston, Mass.), was studied. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the device is intended to use on abdomen, buttocks, thighs, arms and calves.

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