What is it?
People frequently have disproportionate body shapes as a result of weight changes caused by poor dieting or pregnancy. The goal of body sculpting is to reshape a specific part of your body.
Body contouring can target most areas of the body. Common sites include:
- Belly and flanks (love handles).
- Neck and chin.
How can we treat it?
Non-invasive cavitation and RF machines, which are helpful in cellulite reduction, skin tightening, and wrinkle reduction on the face and body, can obtain the best results.
- Get rid of extra skin.
- Eliminate excess fat.
- Reshape or contour the area.
- One procedure can target many areas of the Body
- Safe technique
- Results are long-lasting
Risks can include:
- Asymmetry (both sides don’t look the same).
- Bleeding or blood clots.
- Complications from anesthesia, such as nausea, vomiting, or trouble waking up.
- Damage to nerves, blood vessels, muscles, or organs.
- Hair loss near incisions.
Recovery times for non-surgical treatments are substantially shorter. After therapy, most people return to work or other activities quickly.
How long does a procedure take?
Your procedure can take several hours depending on the size and number of areas being treated.
What are the most common temporary side effects of Body sculpting techniques?
- Soreness and tenderness