Body Contouring

Body Contouring at M.D. Laser Studio includes CoolSculpting, Emsculpt, and Kybella. This category can include contouring under the chin in addition to the abdomen, flanks, back, buttocks, thighs, and arms. Our approaches are non-surgical -- meaning no surgical scars or extended downtime.      

Emsculpt

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Emsculpt is the only device FDA-cleared to build muscle for both men and women. In addition, it's the world's first non-invasive butt lift procedure! 

The Emsculpt procedure involves 4 visits: twice a week for two weeks. During each 30-minute treatment session, Emsculpt will deliver approximately 20,000 contractions -- at least 10 times as many as you could do on your own!  It is not painful, but afterward, you may be a little sore (as you would after any intense workout). You will start seeing results about 4 weeks after your treatment sessions. There is no other procedure like this! 

CoolSculpting

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CoolSculpting® is a non-invasive way to gently and effectively reduce fat in targeted areas of the body that results in a noticeable, natural-looking fat reduction in the treated areas. What makes the CoolSculpting procedure different is that it uses advanced cooling technology to selectively target fat bulges and eliminate fat cells through a gradual process that does not harm the surrounding tissues. 

Kybella

FDA-approved KYBELLATM injections contour and improve the appearance of moderate to severe submental fullness. Often resistant to diet and exercise, submental fullness, also known as “ double chin,” can affect adult women and men of all ages and weights, and is influenced by multiple factors, including aging and genetics.

Kybella is a formulation of a naturally occurring-substance (deoxycholic acid) that targets and destroys fat cells in the area where it’s injected. After those cells are destroyed, they can no longer store or accumulate fat. It may take up to 3 treatments to achieve the desired aesthetic response with Kybella, but once achieved, re-treatment is not expected to be required.