BENEFITS OF BODY NON-INVASIVE BODY CONTOURING
Non-invasive body contouring isn’t like traditional body sculpting, which cuts and removes skin and body fat. Instead, body contouring forgoes the physical stress put on body tissues, bleeding, and anesthesia needed.
This subsequently reduces any post-surgery complications, such as: immediate weight gain, infection, extreme pain, hernias, hypoglycemia, ulcers, gallstones, nausea, vomiting, and etc.
Gastric bypass surgery is especially dangerous and can permanently ruin the ability to eat food in any normal capacity.
Non-invasive body contouring means the body doesn’t have to work to repair all the incisions and abrasions associated with surgical operations. This can leave patients in bed and out of work for weeks.
Last year, over 169 thousand body contouring procedures were performed and the average reported side-effects consisted of mild inflammation, pain, and redness.* These symptoms are akin to a mild sunburn, and they go away within a day or two.
Because non-invasive body contouring only targets fat cells, the accuracy is much higher than surgical solutions. The procedure kills fat cells, which stay dead, so the only way that fat returns is if new fat is introduced.
Proper exercise and diet effectively maintains your ideal body shape. There’s no hidden catches or conditions.
With surgical procedures, it is very possible that you could need multiple trimmings or follow-ups to better define your ideal body shape.
Surgery is not for everyone–we don’t just mean the idea of getting surgery, either. Some people have very sensitive immune systems or blood conditions that may prevent them from undergoing major invasive surgery.
There are also limitations with certain physical body types that may also disqualify people from surgery. Non-surgical body contouring can work for whatever size, shape or weight loss need.
If you’re interested in trying body contouring for yourself, but don’t know where to start, let us help you. We offer highly-experienced non-invasive body contouring providers.