Monthly Archives: January 2024

Laser-Based Fat Reduction

Lipolysis, or laser-based fat reduction technique, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that utilizes laser technology to liquefy stubborn fat cells beneath the skin and suction them away for removal. Additionally, this procedure tightens skin as it triggers collagen production – not an ideal way to tackle excess weight but great for those seeking refinements in areas resistant to diet…

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Non-Surgical Body Contouring Methods

Searching for an ideal body shape can be an ongoing journey for both men and women alike, though strict diet and exercise alone cannot always yield desired results. While liposuction or tummy tuck surgery may help smooth stubborn pockets of fat or tighten lax skin to enhance abdominal contouring, there may also be negative outcomes related to these procedures that…

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Cryolipolysis

Cryolipolysis (commonly referred to as CoolSculpting) is a nonsurgical solution to fat reduction that’s resistant to diet and exercise, using cooling technology to target and eliminate fat cells without harming surrounding tissue or skin. FDA clearance allows this form of therapy for treating love handles, abdomens and thighs. Procedure entails sitting comfortably for about an hour while having a customized,…

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Non-Invasive Adipose Tissue Reduction

Noninvasive Adipose Tissue Reduction is a procedure in which unwanted fat cells are destroyed, shrunk or removed without resorting to liposuction or other invasive plastic surgery procedures such as liposuction. Liposuction remains one of the most popular cosmetic treatments for eliminating fat from problem areas like legs, stomach, arms, neck and face; however there are noninvasive alternatives with equally dramatic…

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Cold Therapy For Body Sculpting

Cold therapy has quickly become an established therapy for fat loss, cellulite reduction and workout recovery. Most are familiar with CoolSculpting as one form of cold therapy for fat reduction; this procedure freezes excess fat cells to sculpt a body into more desirable shapes without surgery or risk of scarring; but there are other similar options such as Ice Clay…

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Non-Surgical Fat Targeting Methods

Diet and exercise can help individuals reduce fat and achieve more shapely figures, but sometimes these methods don’t give the desired results; stubborn pockets of fat may remain even with strict eating regimens and treadmill sessions. The good news is there are nonsurgical procedures available that may help achieve your ideal body contours. Non-invasive fat targeting methods work by targeting…

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Laser-Based Body Sculpting

Laser body sculpting is a safe and effective way to get rid of stubborn fat in your arms, stomach, back and thighs. Unlike traditional liposuction procedures, this procedure is noninvasive and does not require surgery or extensive downtime – not only that, it is much less expensive! Candidates for laser liposuction should be healthy nearing their ideal weight who wish…

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Microfocused Ultrasound Therapy

Microfocused ultrasound therapy (MFUT) is an energy-based device used to tighten skin and other soft tissues with minimal risk of adverse events, without invading or harming surrounding structures.1 Furthermore, this therapy is noninvasive and can be performed on an outpatient basis. Studies have proven that this technology works to diminish sagging jowls and tighten up facial and neck areas while…

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Body Sculpting Techniques

Body sculpting techniques offer an effective means of eliminating fat in areas resistant to diet and exercise. These procedures have proven safe and successful, producing long-term results which have also given an impression of more defined muscles and slimmer, toned figures. Nonsurgical body sculpting treatments typically used for body shaping are ultrasound (UltraShape), radiofrequency treatment such as TruSculpt and Vanquish,…

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How to Get Rid of Enlarged Pores

Enlarged pores are depressions in the skin that serve as openings to the ducts that carry sweat and oil from eccrine and sebaceous glands to the surface of our bodies, such as our sweat glands and sebaceous glands. Although they’re present across all skin types, pores tend to become larger with age or certain ethnic backgrounds (particularly African and Indian…

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