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You have tried dieting, you have tried exercise but parts of your body have simply refused to tone up, try laser body sculpting

LASER BODY SCULPTING
You have tried dieting, you have tried exercise but parts of your body have simply refused to tone up, try laser body sculpting

Laser body sculpting is a revolutionary minimally invasive treatment that does something no routine fitness routine in the world can do. Laser body sculpting can effectively destroy fat cells. Since your body has only a finer amount of these cells, no new fat cells come back. You can finally have that body you have always wanted.

QUESTIONS:

Q. How does laser body sculpting work?
A. The laser-assisted lipolysis procedure is performed using a 1 mm cannula inserted into the skin. A laser fiber inside the cannula delivers energy directly to the fat cells causing them to rupture and drain away as liquid. Simultaneously, tissue around the area coagulates, resulting in overall tighter skin tissue.

Q. What areas can be treated?
A. Laser body sculpting is ideal for the neck, jaw line, arm, breasts, bra fat, abdomen, love handles, saddle bags, and inner and outer thighs and knees.

Q. Who is a candidate?
A. Laser body sculpting is meant for areas that do not respond to diet and exercise. The perfect candidate is in good health and of a normal body weight.

Q. How does laser body sculpting compare to conventional liposuction?
A. Conventional liposuction is meant to remove greater amounts of fat; however, since this can leave behind unsightly pockets of skin, laser-assisted lipolysis offer a perfect compliment to help tighten the skin.

Q. Is there a large recovery period?
A. Laser body sculpting is a minimally invasive procedure usually only requiring local anesthesia. Some light trauma can occur, but you will able to return to work in a couple of days and resume exercise after two weeks.

Q. How many treatments are required?
A. Typically, only one treatment is required. Results can be seen within a week with continued improvements over the next three months.