It is important to understand that a body contouring procedure is not meant to cause weight loss. Instead, it helps shape the body and target specific areas where diet and exercise has not been able to reach or after significant weight loss results in extra skin. Think of body contouring as “fine-tuning” specific areas of the body.
There are many options available for body contouring making it extremely easy to personalize and tailor to your own goals. Surgical contouring procedures such as breast lifts, tummy tucks, face lifts, liposuction, Brazilian Butt lifts, and fat transfers are options available to patients but the associated risks of anesthesia and surgery, the prolonged post-surgery downtime, and the cost often lead many to consider other more attractive non-surgical options. Nonsurgical options are safe procedures that require no general anesthesia or incisions, require little or no downtime, and have few or no side effects.
Nonsurgical body contouring options to eliminate fat seem to be everywhere, and with so many options it can get confusing. The bottom line is this: They all work in the same basic way. They target and destroy fat, which is filtered by your body’s lymphatic system over time, usually a few months. The main differences between them are how they target and destroy the fat.
If you want to get rid of extra skin, eliminate excess fat, tone musculature or contour your body, read more about our body-sculpting treatments, at RefineMD.
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Dr. Jing Cardona.