Clarus Dermatology and Dr. Shah featured on Twin Cities Live

Clarus Dermatology and Dr. Shah featured on Twin Cities Live

Dr. Shah was just featured on Twin Cities Live discussing and demonstrating the revolutionary Ultrashape body sculpting treatment. This is a zero-downtime, nonsurgical and painless way to remove fat in problem areas of the body (flanks, stomach). A series of 3 treatments will result in 1.5″ – 2.5″ of waistline reduction. While this is not a weight loss treatment, it is ideal for those who workout, eat right and simply can’t get rid of those little areas of fat. When combined with the Velashape III treatment we are able to achieve not only fat removal, but skin tightening and cellulite reduction. Schedule your free consultation online or by calling us at 612.213.2370.

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