Want to achieve a sizzling hot summer bod that you can flaunt all year round? A body contouring procedure could just be the solution you’ve been looking for.
However, as with any other decision, it is always best to gather all the important information about body contouring before diving right into it. To help you make a smart choice, we’ve listed some myths along with the facts about body contouring that we believe you need to know.
Myth #1 Body contouring is an alternative to diet and exercise.
While body contouring is guaranteed effective, there is no substitute for healthy eating and exercise. Body contouring essentially serves as an aesthetic adjunct to a good diet and exercise plan—helping you achieve your desired outcome quickly.
At Privé Aesthetics, we offer truSculpt® iD Body Contouring. It yields permanent results, with many people enjoying a 24-percent fat reduction in their abdomen, thighs, or other treated area/s. However, one major caveat is that if you don’t adhere to a healthy lifestyle, or you keep on eating above your caloric needs, the remaining fat cells in the treated area/s can still expand. As a result, you may eventually experience unwanted changes in your contours.
Myth #2 Body contouring hurts.
truSculpt® iD Body Contouring is completely noninvasive and designed to be a safe and comfortable procedure. It uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to target areas of excess fat, and the level of heat can be adjusted according to your tolerance. It involves very minimal discomfort and no downtime.
Also, keep in mind that here at Privé Aesthetics, we believe that beauty doesn’t always have to hurt, and your comfort and overall experience are our top priority. Our team of highly qualified aesthetic specialists strive to ensure our patients are completely at ease during their procedures.
Myth #3 Body contouring is appropriate for everyone.
As much as we want to help everyone achieve their fitness goals or desired body shape with truSculpt® iD Body Contouring, the procedure has its contraindications.
truSculpt® is not recommended for you if you have any of the following conditions or circumstances:
- Having a body mass index (BMI) of more than 30
- Having tumors
- Wearing a metallic implant
- Wearing a cardiac pacemaker or implantable defibrillator
When you visit us, you can rely on our aesthetic physicians to address all of your questions about truSculpt® and give you their expert advice to properly set your expectations.
To see one of our aesthetic physicians, either Dr. Joseph Ysbrand or Dr. Gregory Gardner, contact us at (817) 739-6640, or simply fill out this form to request a consultation. We look forward to becoming a part of your success story!