Do you go to the gym and watch what you eat only to still see stubborn fat hanging on in certain places? Although there is no magic elixir that can replace diet and exercise, there are certain tools available that can work with you to give you the most out of your diet and exercise routine, especially if you find yourself battling with unwanted pockets of fat around your midsection and flanks. Thousands of people have used liposuction in order to get rid of stubborn fat. That being said, there are so many people who have absolutely no desire to go under the knife, but still want a toned and sculpted appearance. These individuals are interested in non-surgical fat reduction, and for good reason!
There are several non-surgical fat reduction options on the market today that can help you get rid of stubborn fat deposits without surgery. One of the very best procedures out there is SculpSure®. With this treatment, you get the amazing results you want without the discomfort and downtime that is associated with a surgical procedure like liposuction.
SculpSure® is performed in the comfort of our office in El Dorado Hills. It uses a light-based laser to accomplish its goals. The heat created by the laser ultimately destroys the fat cells, leading to a gradual elimination of the cells through natural processes.
It is important to remember that non-surgical fat reduction is not designed to replace diet and exercise. To get the most out of this procedure, you need to be in overall good shape to begin with. You just need to have certain parts of your body that you want to get treated that are not responding to diet and exercise. The healthier you are going into a non-surgical fat reduction procedure, the better your body is going to respond and the better the results you get will be.
For you to get the most out of your non-surgical body contouring procedure, you need to learn as much about it as possible. This will allow you to have realistic expectations and will give you a positive attitude going into the treatment. It is important to have a candid discussion with the practitioner who is going to perform your treatment. This way, you will know what the procedure can do and what it cannot do for you.