Struggling To Eliminate Excess Fat?

EMSculpt is the latest advancement in body sculpting. If you’re struggling to eliminate stubborn fat on your butt and belly even after dieting and exercise, then Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Group’s new treatment may be just what you need.

The revolutionary EMSculpt uses electromagnetic pulses to stimulate your muscles up to thousands of times a second, cleansing the targeted area of fat cells. The results are like six months of exercise without the intense physical effort. How does EMSculpt work? Currently, EMSculpt is approved for use on the abdomen and buttocks, with programs for the thighs and arms under development. The goal of the treatment is to eliminate excess fat and develop firmer, more defined abs plus rounder glute muscles.


The machine uses non-invasive HIFEM (High-Intensity Focused Electro-Magnetic) pulses to induce supramaximal contractions. These contractions are faster than is possible through voluntary movement such as sit-ups and crunches.

Normally, muscles relax between contractions, but the high pulse rate of EMSculpt does not allow this relaxation phase to occur. Whether you want to improve your beach body or simply feel more self-confident, EMSculpt could be just what you’re looking for.  This simple procedure leaves you with firm, rounded buttocks, without the need for implants or the hassle of complicated surgery.

Expert plastic surgeons Drs. Danielpour and Layke are ready to help you achieve the body of your dreams. They have been trained in the aesthetics of the human body, and craft their work on the basis of proper proportion and symmetry, ensuring that your EMSculpt work looks consistent with the rest of your body.

With their eye for detail and incomparable surgical skill, you’re in good hands. Contact us today for more information on EMSculpt and to schedule your consultation.

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Dr. Danielpour and Dr. Layke are available to answer any question you may have regarding our line of cosmetic and surgical procedures.
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