A proper diet and exercise are the best way to keep your body in shape and looking great. However, factors such as major weight loss or the natural aging process can have an adverse effect on body shape. If you are concerned about areas of your body that cannot be affected through exercise and nutrition, you may want to consider body contouring. Body contouring is actually a collection of different procedures that can help tighten the skin and reshape problem areas of the body.
Dr. McIntosh offers a range of body contouring procedures that can change the way you look, as well as the way you feel about your body. Some patients choose to have a complete lower body lift, while others choose to focus on one area such as the upper arms. Body contouring can involve the removal of fat deposits through liposuction, particularly in the thighs and buttocks where cellulite accumulates. If you are concerned about the way your abdomen looks, you may also want to speak to Dr. McIntosh about abdominoplasty, commonly known as a tummy tuck.
Another body sculpting option to consider is SculpSure—the first non-invasive, clinically proven FDA-approved breakthrough treatment that uses light-based energy to reduce stubborn fat in problem areas such as the abdomen and love handles—helping you achieve a slimmer, more natural-looking appearance—without surgery or downtime.* Learn more about SculpSure »
If you are interested in a body contouring procedure, be sure to make an appointment for a consultation to discuss your specific needs. The doctor can help you decide what body contouring procedures are right for you, so that you can start feeling confident about the way your body looks.