Body Sculpting NJ BodyTone

Carniol Plastic Surgery is excited to present BodyTone!

BodyTone is a unique muscle toning device! This device works on multiple different aspects of the muscle(s) simultaneously to give a great result! The sessions last 30 minutes and are great to get your beach body or big day ready! After treatment, most patients see about a 30% increase in the treated muscles, with decreased fat, and skin toning. This is great for the abs (and not just the 6-pack), buttocks, thighs, biceps, and triceps! For our patients with back pain, this can be great for strengthening the core.

Patients with the best results are those with some fat or none in the area to be treated to show off amazing improvements!

While the results are impressive, keeping in shape and maintaining treatment is so important as well!

During the treatment, what should I expect?

As the treatment begins, you will feel your muscles contract. The sensation is not painful but can be intense. Each 30 minute session will have approximately 20,000 muscle contractions!

After the treatment, what should I expect?

Minimal soreness in the muscle group that was treated. This soreness normally subsides within 72 hours

Will I have downtime?

No, the BodyTone treatment is non-invasive, and you can resume normal activities immediately after the treatment. Many patients will go right back to work!

BodyTone or EmSculpt?

Both technologies offer amazing results. The EmSculpt for example does a great job for the 6-pack abs but leaves out those top abs as well as the muscles on the sides. However, the BodyTone has more attachments to get a more thorough workout!

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