Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is one of the best ways that we can take care of our bodies, including engaging in regular exercise and keeping healthy eating habits. When it comes to achieving our ideal body shape, however, adhering to healthy lifestyle routines isn’t always enough. Although dieting and increasing muscle tone can help, stubborn fat deposits, loose skin, and cellulite can often remain, making us feel as though our bodies don’t represent our best selves. If this is the case, there are many non-invasive cosmetic treatment options available at the private dermatology office of Dr. Michele Green in New York City that can help contour the areas of the body that are bothersome for a slimmer, more-defined, well-shaped look.
Body contouring treatments, when performed by an experienced board-certified cosmetic dermatologist, are safe and effective techniques that patients can rely on to help improve their body shape by removing excess fat and firming and smoothing the skin. Today, non-surgical body contouring treatments like CoolSculpting, Thermage, Kybella, QWO, and Velashape, are more popular than ever before. Unlike invasive plastic and reconstructive surgery procedures, non-invasive treatments offer patients consistently stunning body contouring results that involve minimal, if any, discomfort and essentially zero downtime. Body contouring has grown to be nearly a one billion dollar industry, with millions of patients around the world choosing to benefit from state of the art non-surgical body contouring technologies.
To guarantee that your treatment provides you with the best cosmetic results and is safe and effective, it is important to consult with an experienced and knowledgable professional. Dr. Michele Green in New York City is an internationally recognized expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology, including non-invasive body contouring treatments. Consistently identified as one of New York’s best physicians by Castle Connolly, New York Magazine, and Super Doctors, Dr. Green has helped some of the most discerning men and women from around the globe achieve their ideal body shape and rejuvenation results. Dr. Green has over 25 years of experience customizing the treatment plans of her patients to incorporate the non-invasive procedures that are best suited to every individual’s unique skin concerns and aesthetic goals.
What is Body Contouring?
Body contouring refers to a set of procedures which can improve the overall appearance of the body shape and skin tissue. Body contouring treatments can be used to remove pockets of excess fat or tighten loose skin on different areas of the body. Some of the most common body contouring treatment areas include the abdomen, chin (submental area), upper arms, inner thighs, and flanks (love handles). Body contouring procedures are used to remove excess area of stubborn fat or sagging skin, which cannot be reduced through diet and exercise.
Body contouring procedures can be surgical or non-surgical. Surgical options include liposuction, a lower body lift, facelift, breast augmentation, or other invasive procedures to remove fat deposits. These procedures are considered cosmetic surgery and should be performed exclusively by a board-certified plastic surgeon. In the past, plastic surgery was the only safe and effective body contouring treatment option available. In recent years, however, technology for non-surgical body contouring procedures and techniques has improved, paving the way for innovative non-invasive treatment options that deliver consistently stunning results, without the need for any extensive recovery time.
Today, there are many non-invasive body contouring procedures which are performed by dermatologists, such as Dr. Michele Green in NYC. Body contouring procedures now encompass more treatment options than surgery, as there are so many effective non-surgical alternatives that often offer similar results to that of invasive procedures. Some non-invasive body contouring procedures include Coolsculpting, Kybella, Thermage, Sculpsure, Velashape, and Brazilian Butt Lifts, among others.
It’s important to note that body contouring procedures should not be used for weight loss, and that they can not replace lifestyle routines such as regular exercise and healthy eating habits. Though weight fluctuation can occur before or after treatment, it’s recommended that ideal candidates are within 30 pounds of their ideal weight before engaging in body contouring treatment.
Who is a good candidate for body contouring?
A good candidate for body contouring treatment is an overall healthy individual that is within 10-30 pounds of their ideal weight. If you experience significant weight loss or weight gain, non-invasive body contouring may not be the best solution to meet your needs. An ideal patient for non-surgical fat removal should be in generally good heath and have a localized area of fat which is not responding to diet and exercise. For skin tightening body contouring treatments, ideal candidates are in good health with a mild amount of skin laxity. To understand if you are a good candidate for a body contouring procedure, it is best to consult with an expert like Dr. Michele Green. Dr. Green has over two and a half decades of experience providing the best non-invasive cosmetic treatment options available to her patients from around the globe, including non-surgical body contouring treatments. Dr. Green will work with you individually to determine which unique combination of treatments is best suited to achieving your cosmetic goals.
What is non-surgical body contouring?
Non-surgical body contouring procedures rely on technology such as heat, cold temperatures, massage, and lasers, among other methods, to improve the appearance of body shape and skin tissue. Non-surgical body contouring can target pockets of stubborn excess fat, loose skin, and cellulite. Patients can enjoy natural-looking, long-lasting body shaping results without the need for any extensive downtime thanks to non-surgical body contouring treatment options.
There are many benefits of non-surgical fat reduction as opposed to surgical procedures, such as liposuction. Patients are often hesitant to opt for surgery for a number of reasons, including the fact that any surgical procedure requires significant recovery time and a higher probability of complications or side effects. Non surgical procedures for fat reduction, such as Kybella and CoolSculpting, on the other hand require no downtime and there are little or no side effects for either procedure. Additionally, the results of Kybella and CoolSculpting are permanent.
What is the process for non-surgical body contouring treatment?
When you consult with Dr. Green for non-surgical body contouring, you will have the opportunity to discuss with her in-depth regarding your specific concerns and your personal aesthetic goals. Dr. Green will review your medical history, including previous surgeries and hospitalizations, as well as complete a review of your current medications including any alcohol or cigarette use. By investigating your health history, assessing current body shape, and understanding your individual wants and needs, Dr. Green will be able to determine which body contouring procedures will be best for you.
The second part of the consultation is a physical exam to determine the areas and degree of fat that you would like treated along with your skin quality. Weight and measurements are taken, followed by photographs which are for your private medical records. These photographs can be examined later during your follow-up visit to help assess the cosmetic results from your body contouring procedure. At the end of the consultation, Dr. Green will help you determine which body contouring procedures may be right for you along with the cost.
For any non-invasive body contouring procedure, there is no downtime required and patients tend to see results continue to improve over the course of several months. In some cases, multiple treatment sessions are required, or may need to be combined with other lasers, injectables, or body sculpting procedures, for the bet cosmetic body contouring results. It is important when embarking on non-surgical body contouring, that a healthy diet and exercise is important to continue these positive results.
How does body contouring work?
There are an array of body contouring procedures which can all be performed without surgery or downtime. These procedures include Coolsculpting®, which targets the fat cells in the treated area, or treatments such as Thermage FLX® and Velashape, which uses radiofrequency technology to contour and tighten the skin, injections of Kybella to permanently decrease fat cells, and QWO to permanently treat cellulite. The field is growing and, with the improvement in technology over the years, non-surgical body contouring includes more than fat reduction treatments. Treatments have expanded to address cellulite, sagging skin, and skin rejuvenation of many areas of the body.
Before & After photo: CoolSculpting, 10 months
Which non-surgical fat reduction treatments and body sculpting treatments are available?
There are a wide variety of non-surgical fat reduction and body sculpting treatments that Dr. Green offers to her patients, from CoolSculpting, to Kybella and QWO injections, Velashape, and Thermage. When considering which treatment to choose, Dr. Green will carefully assess the treatment area, as well as your individual needs and goals, to recommend the best possible treatments available. Each of the non-invasive body contouring treatments that Dr. Green relies on require zero downtime, and many offer not only incredible, but also permanent results.
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment which uses a process known as cryoliposis to freeze fat cells in the treated area. The applicator is positioned over the treatment area and a light suction gently pulls the area into the applicator as it freezes the fat cells. The fat cells in the treated area crystalize and are then broken down by the body and eliminated through the lymphatic system as waste.
This non-invasive treatment is FDA approved to treat nine different areas on the body such as the submental area (under the chin), bra fat, upper arms, abdomen, love handles, inner and outer thighs, “banana roll” under the buttocks, and the fat above the knees. CoolSculpting is an exciting treatment option as it requires no downtime, continues to show improved results for several weeks post-treatment, and has permanent fat reduction results.
Injectable Deoxycholic Acid (Kybella®) or Injection Lipolysis
Kybella is a cosmetic injectable that is composed of a synthetic deoxycholic acid, and is currently the only FDA approved injection which can be used to reduce excess fat from the chin area, effectively eliminating a double chin. Deoxycholic acid is a substance that occurs naturally in the body and is found in the gut, where it works to break down dietary fat. It can disturb cell membranes in adipocytes, a process that ultimately destroys the fat cells in the treatment area into which it is injected. Similarly to CoolSculpting, the fat cells that are destroyed by Kybella injections are metabolized naturally by the body and are permanently eliminated. Kybella is injected into the submental area and the fat which causes your “double chin” is dissolved. The result is a chiseled jawline with no more “double chin”. An expert injector, such as Dr. Michele Green in NYC, can also use Kybella to diminish stubborn pockets of excess fat in the knees, abdomen, and bra fat area.
Before & After: Male Patient with CoolSculpting treatment
What is radio frequency body contouring?: Thermage FLX®
Thermage FLX® is a noninvasive FDA approved face and body skin tightening treatment that utilizes radio-frequency energy to stimulate collagen formation to tighten, smooth, and contour the skin to create an overall younger appearance. Thermage FLX® is approved to treat most body parts including the face, neck, upper arms, buttocks, under eyes, hands, knees and thighs. Thermage targets the collagen-rich dermis as well as the fiber septae in the subcutaneous adipose tissue layer by bulk-heating and uniformly distributing heat energy to denature and then remodel collagen. The result is an immediate collagen contraction from the heat, as well as a progressive collagen remodeling from the body’s natural immune response to the controlled trauma that the heat from Thermage FLX® creates.
QWO™ Cellulite Treatment
QWO™ Cellulite treatment is an innovative injectable treatment that can reduce the appearance of cellulite–and eliminate cellulite altogether. QWO™, also known as collagenase clostridium histolytic-aaes, helps to target the primary biological factors of cellulite in order to rejuvenate the skin and eliminate unwanted dimples from the surface of the skin. It was approved by the FDA in July 2020 for treatment on the upper thigh and buttocks.
Though the cause of cellulite is unknown, there are three primary biological factors behind it: fat cells, skin laxity, and thickened fibrous septa. By targeting one of the main biological factors involved in cellulite, thickened fibrous bands, QWO™ is able to smooth dimpled skin and help to contour the body in as few as 3 treatment sessions, each spaced one month apart. It’s the first non-invasive injectable treatment for cellulite of its kind, and Dr. Green is thrilled to offer this new treatment to her patients. Learn more about QWO™ Cellulite Treatment.
VelaShape III® or Radiofrequency Lipolysis
VelaShape III® is a non-invasive body contouring treatment. The treatment is a combination of multiple technologies used to achieve reduction in cellulite and circumferential reduction. VelaShape technology includes mechanical massage, radiofrequency, infrared light, and vacuum suction. The infrared light and bipolar radiofrequency energy warm the dermal and underlying tissues which causes the fat cells to metabolize and break up. The body then naturally eliminates the fat cells and other toxins. The mechanical massage component gently massages the skin, increasing circulation which leads to lymphatic drainage, thereby eliminating toxins and fat cells from the treated area. The vacuum suction smooths out cellulite by manipulating the fibrous bands in the epidermis, which results in a reduction in the appearance of dimpling in the skin (cellulite).
Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)
A Brazilian Butt Lift is a cosmetic procedure to enhance the buttocks. There are surgical ways to perform a BBL, with liposuction and fat transfer to the buttocks. However, the more popular treatment option is the non-surgical body contouring BBL through Sculptra injections. Liquid Sculptra, a dermal filler, is injected into the buttocks every four weeks for at least 3 to 4 sessions to give you an enhanced buttock, a look that has become so popular since the Kardashians embraced it.
How much does body contouring cost in NYC?
There are a number of contributing factors when it comes to the total cost of body contouring treatment in New York City. The body shaping concerns that you would like to address will influence which types of body contouring procedures are incorporated into your treatment approach. Fat reduction and skin tightening treatments utilize different technologies and will have different costs. The area of the body that is being treated, the size of that area, and the total number of treatment sessions required to achieve your ideal aesthetic results will be factors in the total cost of your body contouring treatment. Since every patient presents with their own unique concerns and goals, it is recommended to begin your body contouring treatment process by consulting with an expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology, such as Dr. Michele Green in NYC. Dr. Green has over two and a half decades of experience customizing the body contouring treatment plans of her patients, and will work with you to create an approach that is tailored to your needs. Upon your private consultation with Dr. Green at her boutique dermatology office, located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, she will go over each procedure that would be best suited to your treatment plan, as well as the cost involved.
What is the best body contouring procedure?
When it comes to finding the best body contouring procedure, there is no one “best” option. There are several FDA cleared procedures available, each proven to achieve remarkable results, and each individual benefits from a customized treatment plan to determine the best outcome. A consultation with a board-certified dermatologist who is certified and trained on non-surgical body contouring techniques is the best way to learn which non-surgical body contouring treatment is right for you and for targeting the specific concerns that you would like to address.
Does Body Contouring Work?
Non-invasive body contouring has become incredibly popular because of its high success rates without the need for invasive surgery or recovery time. In addition, body contouring techniques like CoolSculpting, Kybella, and QWO all offer permanent results, which is why so many more patients are choosing non-invasive procedures over traditional surgical options. Non-invasive body contouring is highly successful, requires no recovery time, and can often be a more cost-effective than surgical procedures. When your non-surgical body contouring treatments are performed by an experienced board-certified dermatologist, such as Dr. Michele Green, they can be excellent alternatives to cosmetic surgery.
QWO for Cellulite treatment
How long does body contouring last?
Every body contouring procedure delivers long-lasting cosmetic results, though the exact duration of those results varies and depends on the type of procedure that is performed. For example, results that are achieved from fat reduction treatments such as Kybella and CoolSculpting are permanent, as these treatments eliminate fat cells from the body, whereas treatments such as Thermage FLX tend to last for a shorter period of time. Thermage FLX has results that last for up to two years with proper skin care. Additionally, dermal filler treatments like Sculptra are long lasting cosmetic treatments, with results that can last up to two years.
Is body contouring permanent?
When it comes to Kybella, CoolSculpting, and QWO treatments, the results from these fat reduction or cellulite reduction treatments are permanent. Although these non-surgical body contouring treatments have the ability to permanently destroy excess fat cells or cellulite dimples, it is important to note that these treatments cannot prevent new fat cells or new areas of cellulite from forming. Patients should continue to adhere to their healthy lifestyle routines following their body contouring procedure in order to maintain the best cosmetic results. Any fat cells or cellulite dimples directly that have been effectively treated by these procedures, however, will be eliminated forever.
Is Body Contouring Safe?
Yes! Non-invasive body contouring procedures are safe and effective treatment options for body shaping when they are performed by a board-certified expert, like Dr. Michele Green in New York. Procedures such as CoolSculpting, Kybella, Thermage, QWO, Velashape III, and BBL are all FDA-approved body contouring techniques that can vastly improve a patient’s body shape. Patients should never have their body contouring treatment with an inexperienced or unqualified provider since the results of treatment are long-lasting and the technology used for these procedures can cause damage to the body if they are used incorrectly. To avoid unwanted side effects please schedule a consultation with a board certified dermatologist, like Dr. Michele Green in NYC.
Does body contouring hurt?
In general, non-invasive body contouring techniques are painfree. Injectable treatments like Kybella, and dermal fillers are typically administered after a topical numbing cream has been applied to prevent any patient discomfort. QWO injections are entirely painless and do not require any topical numbing cream. CoolSculpting and Thermage treatments can cause slight numbing or heating sensation along the skin that can feel slightly uncomfortable at first, but typically mitigates after the first few minutes of a treatment session. One of the best reasons to engage with non-invasive body contouring procedures is the fact that these techniques are painless with minimal to no recovery time.
QWO before and after
Who can perform body contouring?
Body contouring can be safely administered by a board-certified medical professional. Dr. Green is an expert in cosmetic non-invasive body contouring techniques, and the safety and satisfaction of her patients is her top priority. When you work with Dr. Green, you can rest assured that your treatment experience will be the best available.
Can aestheticians do body contouring?
As non-invasive body contouring techniques require medical expertise and specialized training, aestheticians are typically unqualified to oversee or administer body contouring procedures. Oftentimes, medical spas will offer body contouring techniques, but these procedures are highly specialized, and engaging with aestheticians or non-medical professionals for treatments like CoolSculpting or injectables can often lead to unwanted side effects. It is best to consult an office which is CoolSculpting certified, like the office of Dr. Green, for the best cosmetic results.
Do you need a license to do body contouring?
Non-invasive, FDA-approved body contouring procedures require a board-certified, licensed medical professional in the majority of cases. Dr. Green’s office has been certified by CoolSculpting, which means that she and her staff have received advanced training to perform these procedures. Dr. Green was one of the first dermatologists in NYC to incorporate Thermage FLX, QWO, CoolSculping, and Kybella into her private, NYC Upper East side dermatology office. Surgical body contouring procedures require a licensed, board-certified plastic surgeon. To ensure your safety, as well as best results, it is imperative that you work with a board-certified medical expert, like Dr. Michele Green.
How to become a body contouring specialist?
There are many online certifications available that make it seem simple to become a body contouring specialist, and, as such, patients should be sure to check the qualifications of their medical professional before seeking body contouring treatment from them. Even the non-surgical procedures require a high level of precision in order to achieve optimal results. For that reason, it is important to seek treatment from a board-certified dermatologist, such as Dr. Green, who has over
What is body contouring without surgery?
For patients who are hesitant about “going under the knife,” and wish to avoid surgery, there are many non-surgical options. Non-surgical body contouring includes a variety of non-ablative, non-invasive cosmetic procedures to shape the body. To eliminate stubborn pockets of fat, CoolSculpting, which works by freezing fat cells, and Kybella, which is an injectable treatment that dissolves fat cells, are two non-surgical procedures that Dr. Green may use for fat reduction. The natural aging process can increase skin laxity over time but there are non-surgical options for tightening the skin, such as Thermage laser treatment, which provides excellent results. The appearance of cellulite on the body can also be addressed without surgery using such options as QWO injectable treatment and Velashape radiofrequency lipolysis. Non-surgical options offer wellness and stunning results without the risks associated with a surgical procedure.
What is body contouring surgery?
There are a number of invasive cosmetic surgeries, from arm lifts, to tummy tucks, which require a considerable amount of downtime. There are times when non-invasive cosmetic procedure are not enough and plastic surgery is the only way to achieve more drastic results. When considering plastic surgery, it is always best to consult a board certified plastic surgeon to minimize the risks of surgery. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the risks associated with surgery include infection, deep vein thrombosis, cardiac and pulmonary complications, bleeding and perforation to internal organs, and complications associated with general anesthesia.
Plastic Surgery in NYC
Though the majority of patients benefit from non-invasive body contouring techniques, body contouring surgeries can be useful for patients seeking certain body contouring goals. These procedures include include liposuction, mommy makeover, a lower body lift, breast lift, abdominoplasty, thigh lift, arm lift, breast augmentation, or other invasive procedures to remove fat deposits.
Liposuction is an invasive surgical procedure which is performed under general, regional, or local anesthesia. Depending on the amount of fat and the areas of the body being treated, most patients prefer the comfort of general anesthesia. The process of liposuction involves making a small incision into the skin and inserting a cannula to remove fat through a process of negative pressure. Some plastic surgeons use the tumescent technique of liposuction, which reduces some of the complications associated with liposuction. Compression garments are worn for two weeks after surgery and bruising is an expected side effect of the procedure. The final results are visible six to 12 months after liposuction. Liposuction is not a weight loss treatment since there is no long term weight loss associated with liposuction. While the suctioned fat cells are permanently gone, one of the problems with liposuction is that after several months, the fat can get redistributed to other areas of the body, and the overall body fat generally returns to the same level as before liposuction.
Thermage abdomen area, 4 months before and after
What is “laser lipo” body contouring?
Laser liposuction is a recent development in the world of surgical body contouring. During this procedure, a laser is used to liquefy fat cells before the liposuction procedure takes place. The theory behind this approach is that it allows fat cells to be more effectively vacuumed out of the body, while also helping to encourage more elastin and collagen development in the skin. However, the use of a laser may increase the patient’s risk of burns and other unwanted side effects.
What is a Tummy Tuck?
A tummy tuck or abdominoplasty removes excess fat and skin from the abdominal area, to create a smother and firmer abdominal profile. As we age, the body stops producing collagen and elastin, and loses skin elasticity. Major weight loss or pregnancy can also cause excessive skin laxity and extra skin as well. Compounding this problem, in pregnancy, many patient’s abdominal walls get separated, called a diastasis, which makes the walls weakened and unable to be toned. For those patients whose abdominal muscles have separated, with loose sagging skin, an abdominoplasty would be the best treatment advised. However, if you are considering another pregnancy, it would be prudent to wait to have this surgery.
What is a body lift procedure?
A body includes a surgical body contouring procedure where the abdomen, buttocks, lower back, flanks, and thighs may be surgically lifted. In general, a body lift removes both the skin and the fat in a given area. Generally, body lift surgery is meant for bariatric patients who had massive weight loss and now have a large amount of loose, sagging skin. Encompassing body lifts, some patients may opt for an arm lift or only a thigh lift. Some patients who have lost a lot of weight in their chests may opt for a breast lift with breast augmentation or breast reduction, depending on their specific needs.
What is arm lift Surgery?
Arm lift surgery, also called brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure to remove the extra fat and skin under the arms. Some patients call this extra skin “bat wings” due to the skin’s appearance. As you age, the skin in the arms gets crepey and loose. An excessive amount of weight loss makes this condition worse with sagging, excess skin. An arm lift surgery extends from the the axillae (arm pit) to the elbow by removing the extra sagging skin. There will be considerable surgical scars as a result of this surgical procedure. This surgical procedure requires general anesthesia and several hours of surgery and weeks of recovery time.
6 months Before and After Coolsculpting & Thermage for arms
Body contouring & weight loss
For many patients, despite diet and exercise, they cannot have the shape and contours that they want. While none of these body contouring weight loss devices are weight loss devices, with a healthy lifestyle and continued exercise, both the surgical body contouring and non-surgical treatments can help give you the cosmetic results you deserve.
What is micro-body contouring?
For patients who are looking for a minimally invasive body sculpting procedure to address small pockets of fat, micro-body sculpting, a form of liposuction, can be a good option. The procedure can use a combination of treatments in order to remove pockets of fat, including ultrasound treatment, laser treatment, Kybella injections, and liposuction. The treatment still involves a small incision, wherein a cannula is inserted to remove the fat cells from the treatment area. With the smaller scale of the surgery, recovery time is generally shorter than the traditional liposuction treatment.
Is body contouring effective?
Yes! Body contouring treatments are extremely effective at reducing stubborn pockets of fat, eliminating the appearance of cellulite, tightening the skin, and generally providing patients with the body shape they aspire to. There are a wide range of treatment options when it comes to body sculpting, including plastic surgery and non-surgical options available at a dermatologist’s office. When determining which kind of procedure is best for you, it is important to consider your specific needs and aesthetic goals. Surgical options will provide more dramatic and immediate results but there is greater risk of side effects and much more recovery time required following the procedure. Non-surgical options, on the other hand, require no downtime and natural-looking results that will usually become more visible over time.
Is body contouring worth it?
Yes! For patients who are frustrated by their body to stubborn pockets of excess fat, loose skin, cellulite, or other concern related to body shape or appearance, non-invasive body contouring treatment with a board-certified medical professional is worth it. Patients are able to enjoy long-lasting or permanent results, without the need for significant downtime. Body contouring includes different procedures and techniques to help reshape and rejuvenate almost any part of the body. In the past, plastic surgery was the only answer to these issues. Now, with the advance in technology we can use non-invasive procedures to reduce size of body areas, lessen skin laxity, and diminish the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks. When it comes to achieving the body of your dreams, where diet and exercise can fail to provide your desired results, non-invasive body contouring can be the answer. Non-invasive body contouring or body sculpting can help restore your body shape. These non-surgical procedures can be performed without any recovery time. In Dr. Michele Green’s NYC, there are many treatment options that can help you achieve better body proportions and improve your figure and are always worth it to look and feel your best.
Does body contouring massage work?
A body contouring massage is typically used to target the appearance of cellulite, particularly on the buttocks and inner thighs. The idea behind a body contouring massage is that the strategic movements used when performing it will improve the lymphatic drainage system of the body, breaking down different toxins and cellulite to improve the appearance of the skin tissue and body shape. The effects of a massage such as this are only temporary and results can vary. There are non-invasive body contouring procedures that have been FDA approved and proven to work against concerns such as cellulite, excess fat cells, and loose skin, which deliver patients consistently stunning results that are long-lasting. Working with a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist like Dr. Michele Green in NYC is the best way to understand which combination of non-surgical body contouring treatments would be best suited to your needs.
How do I get started with non-invasive body contouring treatment today?
Despite our best efforts to adhere to a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise and maintaining a well-balanced diet, it can be difficult to achieve our ideal body shape. Stubborn pockets of excess fat, loose skin, and cellulite can be especially challenging skin concerns to improve without professional help. Luckily, non-surgical body contouring treatments like Thermage, Kybella, CoolSculpting, VelaShape, and QWO can be used to diminish the appearance of problem areas without the need for any significant downtime or discomfort. It is important to consult with an expert in non-invasive body contouring procedures in order to guarantee the best cosmetic results and ensure that your treatment is safe and effective.
Dr. Michele Green is an internationally renowned board-certified cosmetic dermatologist with over 25 years of experience providing some of the most discerning men and women from around the globe with their ideal results so that they look and feel like the best version of themselves. She is consistently voted as one of New York’s best physicians by Castle Connolly, New York Magazine, and Super Doctors, and works with each of her patients individually to develop a customized body contouring treatment plan that is best suited to their unique needs and aesthetic goals. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Green at her private dermatology office, located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, and learn more about non-surgical body contouring treatments, please contact us online today or call 212-535-3088.