Non-Surgical Body Contouring Methods

Reaching the contoured body you envision can often be challenging, even with strict exercise and diet regimes. Non-surgical body contouring offers another viable solution, using FDA-approved techniques to slim and smooth your figure without liposuction or surgery procedures.

But there are certain considerations when selecting and receiving a noninvasive body sculpting treatment, like what the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stated about devices for noninvasive body sculpting: not all are safe or effective; therefore they have provided a database where you can look up any device and its safety history by entering its name or product code into their search box.

Cryolipolysis, laser or radiofrequency energy, ultrasound technology and massage or vibration are among the most frequently employed noninvasive body sculpting procedures. Each has their own set of advantages and disadvantages; all rely on one key method – heat or cooling to eliminate fat cells or tighten skin – but regardless of which procedure you select, results can range from noticeable to undetectable.

If you are considering noninvasive body sculpting techniques, it’s essential that you remember they will only work effectively if you maintain a healthy weight post-treatment. Otherwise, any gains could easily be lost to additional fat accumulation in your trouble spots and could potentially come back even stronger than before! Additionally, it may be best if planning to have children in the near future before proceeding with body sculpting procedures.

Noninvasive body sculpting procedures shouldn’t be seen as ways of increasing muscle size or reinforcing the natural structures of your skin from within, they simply reduce or remove loose and extra skin as well as help you get rid of pockets of fat that don’t respond to diet or exercise.

Consider consulting only board-certified medical experts like Dr. Michele Green at her private dermatology practice in New York City when opting for noninvasive body sculpting procedures, rather than medical spa staff such as estheticians who don’t possess as much education, training, and experience in noninvasive body contouring as a board-certified physician does.

Dr. Green will conduct an in-depth medical history review and discuss your personal cosmetic goals before providing customized body sculpting treatments that best suit you and will produce long-term, natural-looking results.