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In the past, removing even the slightest amount of fat from the body required surgeries with unsightly scarring and extensive recovery periods. Technological advancements have now made it possible to remove fat nonsurgically, with minimal to no downtime afterwards. These treatments typically offer noticeable results in as little as a few days or weeks. Read below to learn about the non-invasive fat removal options available at Advanced Dermatology PC, Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery.
CoolSculpting is an innovative treatment that has been approved by the FDA. Unlike lasers, this treatment freezes fat cells which are naturally eliminated from the body over the next three months. CoolSculpting treatment sessions typically last an hour, and results are noticeable after the first treatment. Additional treatment sessions may be necessary depending on the areas treated and the expected results. Read more about CoolSculpting HERE.
Zerona is another unique option for non-invasive fat removal. This treatment positions a cold laser over the body to freeze fat cells and prepare them for natural elimination from the body. Zerona treatment sessions typically last 40 minutes and you will observe noticeable results after a few sessions. For best results, four to six treatment sessions are usually recommended. Read more about Zerona HERE.
Liposonix has been recently approved by the FDA. This treatment uses ultrasound to permanently eliminate fat from the waistline. Liposonix treatment sessions last between 30 and 60 minutes, with immediately noticeable results. Desirable results are often achievable from just one treatment session. Read more about Liposonix HERE.
If you would like to remove stubborn areas of fat from your body without surgery, contact Advanced Dermatology PC, Center for Laser & Cosmetic Surgery today to schedule a consultation to discuss your options for non-invasive fat removal. Our nine conveniently located offices throughout New York (Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island – Nassau County and Suffolk County, Westchester) and New Jersey (Ridgewood and Summit) welcome patients all year around.