How Many Pulses Are Required During Ultrashape Treatment?

I am having my abdomen and saddlebags done and I have heard that I should be wrapped all the way around and there should be at least 1000 pulses in the ultrashape treatment - is this true?

Doctor Answers 8

Number of Pulses

An average abdomen is 8-10 Focal Zones and each focal zone consists of 144 pulses. Each individual will have a different amount of pulses per the area they are getting treated. 

Getting the Best Ultrashape Results

Each area is measured to determine the amount of Focal Treatment Zones (FTZs). Different depths can be treated at the same time. This determines the amount of pulses. 

When you obtain a consultation, these details should be determined for your optimal outcome.

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Body Treatments with UltraShape

The UltraShape® is clinically proven to improve the abdomen, “saddle bags" and “love handles”. Each area is measured with a template to determine the amount of Focal Treatment Zones (FTZs).   Various depths can be treated within a single treatment  which determine the amount of  suggested pulses.  Treatments are completed in merely 4 weeks with 3 treatments scheduled 2 weeks apart !
When you obtain a consultation, these details should be determined for your optimal outcome.

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Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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UltraShape uses focal treatment “zones”. (They are referred to as FTZs) to determine the number of pulses. Each focal treatment zones equals up to 100 pulses. The machine automatically calculates the pulses needed. You will see the pulses displayed on the screen as dots. The technician will target the dots. The only way the technician can give you fewer pulses than you should get is if they do not treat all of the dots located on the screen. The technician has no incentive to cheat you on the number of pulses because the doctor’s office is charged by the FTZs and not by the number of pulses. However, if you do not trust your doctor or provider, I suggest you find another medical practice that you feel more comfortable in.

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The way the body is set up for your UltraShape is very important in order to ensure a proper, successful treatment. Essentially the more fat cells that can be fit into the treatment area- the better. The number of pulses used would depend on the size of the individual patients body. Your technician will be able to work with you in order to achieve optimal results!

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UltraShape body contour

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Hello Julie,

With Ultrashape the number of pulses will depend on the size of the area to be covered. To have good treatment results the technician should prepare the treatment area well, by marking and bunching the fat bulge. You will need 3 treatments spaced out by 2-4 weeks and on average should lose 3-6cm in circumference. Studioes have shown consistent results with UltraShape when the treatments are done in a center with experienced staff.

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