WarmSculpting Maryland is a nonsurgical body contouring procedure that eliminates stubborn areas of fat, tightens skin, and improves muscle definition. It is performed in the comfort of our office by a certified and experienced provider and avoids incisions, anesthesia, and downtime.
Continue reading for everything you need to know about WarmSculpting Maryland, including what patients can expect should they decide to undergo this noninvasive treatment.
How Does WarmSculpting Work?
During a WarmSculpting Maryland treatment, an applicator is secured to an area of unwanted fat and selectively heats fat cells beneath the skin. This process destroys targeted fat cells, which are gradually cleared from the body in the coming weeks and months.
At the same time, WarmSculpting’s laser-based energy contracts collagen fibers and promotes new collagen formation for tighter, firmer skin.
Each session takes just 25 minutes and covers an area roughly the size of two hands.
What Areas Can WarmSculpting Treat?
Treatment targets common trouble spots to help women and men achieve a slimmer and more toned physique. Treatment areas include: Legs, arms, abdomen, love handles, back, chin, and jawline.
Benefits of WarmSculpting
This is an excellent option for healthy adults who struggle with diet and exercise resistant fat and mild skin laxity.
The treatment is entirely noninvasive and doesn’t require any type of anesthesia. In fact, SculpSure is very well-tolerated, and most patients feel nothing more than a mild warming sensation.
Best of all, there’s zero downtime! You are free to return to work and resume all normal activities immediately after treatment.
Are There Any Side Effects or Risks?
WarmSculpting is an extremely safe and effective body contouring procedure. Patients may experience mild and temporary redness and numbness post-treatment, which subsides in a matter of hours to several days.
Depending on individual concerns and goals, one or more treatments may be needed to achieve optimal outcomes.
Get Started with WarmSculpting
If you are considering WarmSculpting Maryland, please contact our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with board-certified dermatologist Dr. George Verghese.