What Areas of the Body Can Body Contouring Work On?

You’ve committed to making this year your best ever – that’s why you’re so focused on getting the right amount of diet and exercise. From sweating it out at the gym to loading up your plate with veggies, you’re treating your body right so you can get your best results.

But why isn’t all of your hard work making a difference with your dress size?

If you’ve found yourself asking the above questions, it may be time to get a little extra help with non-surgical body contouring. Read on for more information about what areas body contouring can be used!

The Body Areas Where Body Contouring Treatments Can Be Used

Non-surgical body contouring is quickly becoming a popular treatment option, and for good reason: it can help clients achieve great results without requiring the need for extensive or expensive plastic surgery.

What’s more, body contouring treatments can be used on a variety of body areas, including but not limited to the following:

  • Abdomen
  • Waistline
  • Hips
  • Thighs
  • Back
  • Upper arms
  • Underneath the chin
  • And more!

TruSculpt: Our Body Contouring Solution

At The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery, we use truSculpt to provide our patients with the non-surgical body contouring results they’ve been looking for. TruSculpt uses radiofrequency heat energy to penetrate the dermis, allowing it to access the fat cells that are clustered underneath the subdermal tissue. The heat liquefies the fat cells, which are later drained by the body’s lymphatic system.

Over the course of about 12 weeks, clients can expect to see significant and exciting inch loss!

It’s important to keep in mind that truSculpt is not a weight-loss solution; that’s why it’s recommended that clients be within 15 to 20 pounds of their ideal weight. Clients should also be comfortable continuing to follow a healthy lifestyle regimen.

Take the Next Step

To learn more about the areas where body contouring treatments can work, schedule a consultation with Dr. Scott A. Brenman, M.D. at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180

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