3 Biggest Tummy Problems
Every woman wants to look good in a swimsuit, whether it’s a sexy bikini or stylish one piece. Eating right and working out can help with loose skin and fat bulges; there are some treatments that can get you the look you want quicker. Most times eating healthy and exercising cannot deliver the results you’re seeking. Here’s are some of the latest techniques to treat loose tummy skin, stomach bulges, and belly stretch marks.
Loose Skin Treatment Options
Many women experience loose tummy skin after having kids or losing a large amount of weight. Get rid of that loose skin with a tummy tuck or with skin tighteners like fractional laser resurfacing or ultrasound guided technology. ActiveFX is a fractional resurfacing laser treatment that can tighten the skin. It’s effective on large areas of the skin. After a series of treatments, you’ll see a significant improvement in skin laxity. If you have excessive fatty tissue in loose tummy skin, a tummy tuck may be required to deliver long-lasting results.
Get Rid of Fat Bulges
Fat bulges are a common problem in the belly area. These rolls can result from a lack of exercise, genetics, a fatty diet or hormonal changes. And while a tummy tuck or liposuction can get rid of that fat, there are non-invasive treatments like CoolScultping in San Diego. CoolSculpting requires no exercise, dieting or invasive action. It’s an innovative procedure that will destroy fat cells under that stomach bulge without having to go under the knife. It’s also FDA approved. How does it work? The fat is frozen with a high tech device by targeting the fat cells. Since only the fat cells are frozen, there are no scars, and the results are permanent. Each treatment area takes about one hour. Depending on the amount of fat in the belly area, one or more treatments may be needed for the best results. Results are gradually seen within two to three months of the procedure.
Say Good-Bye to Stretch Marks
Tummy stretch marks can result from dramatic weight fluctuations, a growth spurt or pregnancy. But while stretch marks are difficult to treat, there are ways to minimize them. You can opt for a fractional laser resurfacing treatment, ResurFx (non-ablative fractional laser resurfacing) or chemical peels with vibradermabrasion. A skilled dermatologist can advise you on what type of treatment is best for your specific stretch marks. While some patients have great results with fractional laser resurfacing treatment, other may get better results with a chemical peel depending on their skin type. Most people with stretch marks require three to six treatments for visible results.
With today’s technology, there are choices and effective treatments to get rid of stubborn belly fat, unsightly stretch marks, and unflattering loose tummy skin. When you’ve tried dieting, exercising or creams with no result, seek out an experienced highly rated facility like Laser Clinique in San Diego. They use the latest technology and are well known for excellent patient care and long lasting results.