Am I a Candidate for Non-surgical Body Contouring?

Would you like to shrink those love handles or belly pooch, without going under the knife. Non-surgical body contouring can banish that fat for you, and get your body in shape. But what’s involved in the procedure, and how can you determine if you are a candidate for non-surgical body contouring.

What is non-surgical body contouring?

Non-surgical body contouring refers to treatments that use energy based devices to shape and define the body. Leading body contouring modalities utilize laser therapy, radiofrequency, or ultrasound to destroy fat cells. They all work by breaking down the fat cells, which are then flushed out through the body’s lymphatic system.

It typically requires several treatments to achieve the desired fat reduction with non-surgical body contouring.

truSculpt 3D body sculpting is an advanced non-surgical body contouring treatment that uses monopolar RF energy to sculpt the body. The truSculpt 3D device delivers energy to the fat cells and the heat that is generated destroys the cells.

Am I a Candidate for Non-surgical Body Contouring?

If you are close to or at your ideal weight and already workout regularly, but have a few fat pockets that don’t respond to diet and exercise, you may be a good candidate for non-surgical body contouring.

Non-surgical body contouring helps to reshape and define the body, and that’s why it’s ideal for men and women that are already on a healthy lifestyle journey.

The abdomen, flanks, upper arms, back, buttocks, and legs are some of the areas on which non-surgical body contouring is particularly effective.

Are you interested in non-surgical body contouring? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Philadelphia or Plymouth Meeting, PA areas, The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.drbrenman.com, or by calling (267) 214-5061.

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