Gift Your Self With Body Contouring this Holiday Season

When diet and exercise have done all they can do, you may still be displeased with the contours of your body. Fat deposits can stubbornly stay in place, giving an insightly bulge or three in places you wish desperately to flatten. Good news: body contouring can help!

At Laughlin Plastic Surgery,  in Annapolis,  Dr. Daniel Laughlin uses body contouring with the CoolSculpting system to help trim and slim problem areas after weight loss, giving you the shape you’ve worked so hard to achieve.

Body contouring gets rid of fat

While body contouring with CoolSculpting is not a weight loss plan, it does help slim and flatten your leftover problem areas after you’ve dedicated yourself to losing excess weight. Once you’re within a few pounds of your target, you can turn to body sculpting to tighten and tone your look.

Coolsculpting body contouring uses cold to target fat cells in a process called cryolipolysis. Cold waves of energy safely disrupt the fat cells, which are then easily flushed away by your body’s own lymphatic system.

Body sculpting candidates

Dr. Laughlin will sit down with you and discuss your hopes and dreams for your perfect-looking body. If you are a man or woman in good health who has already achieved your goal weight (or are very close to it, as in 10 or 12 pounds away), you could benefit from CoolSculpting body contouring. You’ll need to be accepting of a non-invasive approach to fat reduction, and understanding of the fact that results do take anywhere from four to twelve weeks to be visible.

Start on your bikini body now

Just one session of CoolSculpting can result in a reduction in fat layer thickness of up to 20-25%, and you’ll see the results become visible in as little as a month or so after treatment. 

Dr. Laughlin can apply sculpting to many areas of your body that are typically hard to tone after weight loss, including:

Lower body

Treatments can reduce the size and tone the appearance of your inner and outer thighs, your flanks, under your buttocks, around your abdomen and love handles, and on your muffin top. All of these are some of your body’s favorite places to store excess fat!

Upper body

Say goodbye to back and bra fat rolls, and remove those small fat pockets in your upper arms that plumb down when you raise your hands. CoolSculpting can even be used safely on under the chin (submental) fat to get rid of your double chin.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Laughlin, call either of our offices or use our web form to send a private message to either location today.

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