Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics
8201 Preston Road #350
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: (214) 631-7546
Fax: (214) 631-8546
Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4p.m.

Body Contouring for Every Part of Your Body

Woman holding coffee looking out window considering body contouring options in Dallas, Texas

The words “body sculpting” evoke images of trim waists, slim hips, and a flat abdomen, but today’s nonsurgical body sculpting options go beyond just those classic trouble spots. CoolSculpting® and other body contouring treatments offered at our Dallas dermatology practice can slim down everything from a double chin to a banana roll, often with very little to no recovery time necessary.

Wondering which procedure could be right for you? Read on to learn more about the most common problem spots and the best solutions for each one.

Double Chin

This pocket of fat under the chin obscures a sculpted, defined jawline and neck. It’s an area where many people are naturally predisposed to store fat, even at a healthy weight.

The solution: KYBELLA® is an injectable treatment that causes the body to break down submental fat stored under the chin. A series of treatments, typically 2 to 4, helps the body absorb these excess fat cells to reveal a more attractively contoured chin.

Upper Arms (Bat Wings)

Excess fat, diminished muscle tone, and aging cause the flabby skin that hangs from the triceps. This keeps some people from feeling confident in sleeveless tops or dresses.

The solution: A multi-pronged approach to sculpting this area is especially effective. CoolSculpting reduces the fat cells while EMSCULPT® boosts muscle development. Together they achieve slimmer and more toned upper arms without surgery, injections, or notable downtime.

Belly Fat

The abdomen is one of the most common spots for fat accumulation. Even people who work out regularly and lead healthy lifestyles often find they need a bit of help achieving that flat, firm, well-defined midsection they’re after.

The solution: CoolSculpting and EMSCULPT are terrific treatments for reducing fat and toning ab muscles to create a more sculpted abdomen. They each offer benefits on their own, but when performed together, they pack a powerful punch by both strengthening muscles and reducing the overlying fat layer to reveal that definition. Learn more about the combination in this related blog post.

Waist & Flanks

Body contouring treatments are great for whittling down the pinchable fat that hangs over the side of your waistband or thickens your waistline (often called “love handles”).

The solution: CoolSculpting reduces fat cells in these areas for a slimmer waistline. The procedure allows you to “spot treat” these pouches directly, something exercise alone can’t achieve.

Thighs

Stubborn fat deposits, dwindling muscle tone, and cellulite can cause thighs to appear flabby and dimpled.

The solution: EMTONE™ is a popular option for the thighs, especially when complemented by a combination of CoolSculpting and EMSCULPT. The noninvasive cellulite treatment reduces visible cellulite by up to 93% so that you can enjoy both slimmer and smoother thighs.

Buttocks

Saggy, dimpled buttocks are a common issue for many people. Squats alone aren’t always enough to achieve the round, lifted shape many people are after.

The solution: A combination of EMSCULPT for muscle building and EMTONE for cellulite reduction can create attractive results.

Banana Rolls

The crescent-shaped rolls of fat beneath your buttocks are particularly challenging to eliminate with diet and routine exercise.

The solution: CoolSculpting will decrease the fat and bolster muscle development to create a classically appealing rear silhouette you can feel confident about showing off in those bikini bottoms.

To see examples of the results these treatments can achieve, please visit our before-and-after photo gallery.

If you would like to learn more about CoolSculpting or other body contouring services we offer here in Dallas, please contact us online or call (214) 631-7546.

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