Do you work out regularly and eat well yet still feel like you are not getting the results you want? Getting rid of the fat on your body can be extremely difficult for some people, but thankfully there are ways to get the results you want without having to undergo surgery. Have you ever heard of body sculpting? When you hear the word "sculpting" you may picture an artist sculpting a beautiful and precise image out of stone or clay. Wouldn't you like to be able to do that with your own body? Fortunately, now you can.
Body sculpting has been around for several years and is becoming increasingly popular due to its fantastic results. There are a few different types of body sculpting, all of which deal with pesky body fat in different ways.
Cool sculpting, or cryo lipolysis, is when fat cells in the body are damaged with the use of very cold temperatures. This same-day procedure freezes fat cells which causes them to die off after a short amount of time, helping you to lose weight. While the process may have a few effects immediately, most results will come within a 3-month window. The procedure is painless, affordable, and can be done during a lunch break.
As the name suggests, laser lipolysis is when fat cells are killed with the use of high-power lasers. While some physicians and technicians prefer to use one method of body sculpting, many are well-versed in several sculpting techniques, allowing you to choose the one you feel most comfortable with. Using lasers for lipolysis can sometimes be uncomfortable, though it is extremely effective.
Radiofrequency lipolysis is the use of high-powered sound waves to break down fat cells. Some people have reported radiofrequency lipolysis feels more like a heated massage than a medical procedure. As with the other body sculpting methods, radiofrequency sculpting can be performed in several short sessions. The number of sessions you require will depend on the areas of your body that you want to improve, and the amount of fat you have in those places. Areas with a higher fat concentration (such as a stomach) will need more sessions than areas with less fat (such as an upper arm).
If you want to finally sculpt the body of your dreams, talk to your doctor about getting a body sculpting treatment today. Your primary care physician may be able to refer you to a doctor or clinic that specializes in body sculpting. Call today to get your first appointment scheduled.Share