Fat removal and muscle building are not easy, but there are a number of options that can be used to get the body shape that you desire. There is the old-fashioned way, which unfortunately is the hardest and the slowest. It takes great self-discipline, time and patience, but of course you can use proper diet and exercise to build the body that you want. It takes a lot of willpower and a certain amount of knowledge to go this route, and then it takes a lifelong commitment to maintain the results that you gain. Honestly, whichever fat trimming option you take, to keep the body shape you want you need to understand that dieting and exercise have to be involved. The fact is, fat reduction treatments only work for pinchable fat, or subcutaneous fat which is just beneath the skin. The remaining fat, called visceral fat or the deep fat found around the abdomen, requires healthy diet and exercise if you want to deplete it in any way.
There are other options to get the look you want, however, that can give you results at a far more rapid pace. You still need to work with diet and exercise to keep the weight off, you cannot gain weight once the treatments start. This is why we weigh you at the very beginning. When you gain weight after these treatments the fat may regrow in the same area or will grow in other areas as it has to be stored somewhere. Therefore, diet and exercise are always part of any fat reduction treatment program.
Fat reduction options include laser liposuction, coolsculpt, emsculpt, or fat lipolysis injections, depending on what is right for you and your unique situation. Basically, the option that best suits you can be determined by your current body shape or style. The first thing you need to do is identify how much fat needs to be removed, that will help you to choose the best option for you.
If you need fat removed from multiple locations on your body, or if you need a large amount of fat removed, this is likely the best option for you. This option brings more of an initial cost for the procedure require, but it is extremely quick and can actually save money as compared to the other non-invasive processes that take many treatments spread over multiple visits. a minimally invasive procedure that can eliminate unwanted fat from your trouble zones. Laser liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure that requires a small incision and utilizes laser technology to destroy the fat, which is then removed via liposuction through the incision.
Coolsculpting or Emsculpting
These are non-invasive treatments that require multiple sessions as the fat must be destroyed and then flushed out of the body through the lymphatic system therefore it takes time to see results. If you have an average to thin body style but have some bothersome fatty deposit areas that you can’t seem to get rid of, these procedures are perfect for you. Coolsculpting uses cold to destroy the fat, whereas Emsculpt uses High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic technology to stimulate and build muscles, which in turn also help break down fat deposits. Both of these treatments are extremely effective. However, you must be aware of the side effect caused by Coolsculpting known as Paradoxical Adipose Hypertrophy (PAH). PAH will make treated area grow in size as a reaction to the freezing process. Some people are more prone to it and it is unknown who will be affected but it is important to be aware of this complication. The cold causes swelling in the fatty tissue unlike Emsculpt which strengthen and tone stomach muscles which in turn burns more fat.
6 cycles of Coolsculpt
Fat Lipolysis Injections
Fat lipolysis injections are utilized for smaller stubborn areas of fat or fat deposits that remain after using other procedures to get rid of fat such as Coolsculpting or laser liposuction. This process uses injections of deoxycholic acid to get rid of the remaining fatty deposits left over from the above procedures.
When you are ready to get the body that you desire and you want to get rid of that nagging fat, please consult us. We are experts on all of these procedures and can help you decide which treatment is right for you.