Non-Surgical Fat Targeting Methods

Nonsurgical fat targeting methods

Non-invasive fat targeting methods provide you with an effective means to get rid of unwanted pockets of fat in your abdomen, hips, thighs, arms and buttocks without surgery or downtime for recovery. Through non-invasive body sculpting treatments combined with diet and exercise you can achieve desired results more quickly than with surgical solutions alone.

While incorporating healthy lifestyle changes is the ultimate goal for fat reduction, noninvasive options may offer faster solutions. Such treatments may include fat-freezing devices (CoolSculpting), laser treatments to dismantle subcutaneous fat (SculpSure), or ultrasound energy used for body contouring (UltraShape or BTL Vanquish ME).

People of all shapes and sizes often struggle with persistent pockets of fat in certain parts of their bodies despite diet and exercise alone, even though these problem areas can be hard to address without additional help from body sculpting treatments. Body sculpting treatments utilize advanced technology to effectively shrink troublesome pockets of fat from stomach, thighs, hips, or back areas with little downtime required.

Additionally, these noninvasive techniques help reduce excess fat while simultaneously tightening loose skin that may have formed due to weight loss or pregnancy. These procedures are especially effective among patients that are near their goal weight with good skin elasticity.

Cryolipolysis or CoolSculpting is the leading nonsurgical body sculpting method, widely used to reduce stubborn fat pockets through nonsurgical body sculpting. This FDA-approved technique involves using a paneled or cuped device to target specific fat areas before freezing and disabling individual cells with cryogenically cool temperatures – without harming surrounding tissues or lymphatic system function; cells destroyed will naturally be expelled through natural means over time.

Other noninvasive body sculpting treatments work by melting away or breaking down fat cells using heat energy, with little downtime required after treatment. Radiofrequency energy (FaceTite and AccuTite), red light therapy (InstaLipo), and ultrasound energy are among the most widely-utilized methods.

Liposuction is a more aggressive solution that may require surgery and requires longer recovery times; however, its main advantage lies in being able to target larger deposits of fat at once while producing less dramatic results than noninvasive techniques.