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Build muscle. Burn fat. No sweat.

Achieve the muscle tone you've been working toward with new EMSCULPT® technology at Rodgers Dermatology in Frisco, TX

The facts about EMSCULPT®

Diet and exercise may help drop extra weight, but even the most avid athletes can still fall short of their body goals due to problem areas and genetics. EMSCULPT® targets these problem areas in just a few comfortable office visits, making chiseled muscle definition and a well-toned figure a reality.

Benefits of EMSCULPT®

  • Non-invasive body sculpting
  • No surgery or anesthesia
  • No downtime
  • Max results
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Science is why people are saying yes to EMSCULPT®

EMSCULPT is the only FDA-cleared cosmetic treatment that builds muscle. The effectiveness and safety of the EMSCULPT cosmetic procedure have been tested in seven multi-center studies by the most reputable scientific methods (MRI, CT, US, and Histology).


Average Increase in Muscle Mass


Average Patient Satisfaction


Reduce stubborn fat by an average of 19%

The FDA-Cleared procedure will get you to the pinnacle of your body sculpting goals!

EMSCULPT® body sculpting helps you achieve the muscle tone and sleek physique you’ve been working toward. A few visits to our Frisco, Texas office helps to diminish those problem areas and leaves your body toned.

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Rodgers Dermatology in Frisco, Texas is proud to offer the most exciting and effective cosmetic dermatological procedures available to the aesthetic industry. We are committed to providing comprehensive, cutting-edge solutions that truly help you achieve your goals. Find out how EMSCULPT® can help you create the body of your dreams. Schedule your visit at our North Texas office today!

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