Are you ready to make a change? If you’ve been struggling with some aspect of your body, we understand exactly how you feel because we’re just like you. Almost every human on the planet is less than content with at least one aspect of their body.
The good news is that you can do something about it! Life is too short to not love your body, so we propose coming in to see us for a personal body contouring consultation. Whether you’re in the market for non-invasive CoolSculpting®, which freezes away fat cells on your lunch hour, or minimally invasive liposuction with our plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Bridge, we’ve got the tools and expertise to help you achieve your body contouring goals with surprising ease.
Here are a few tips for getting your best body contouring results, regardless of the treatment you choose.
1. Define your goals. Clearly!
Which improvements are you hoping to make? Would you like to reduce a bulge of fat around your waist? Decrease the size of your thighs? Slim and trim a double chin? Smooth wrinkles on your face or stretch marks on your belly? All of these goals are very common and highly achievable with the proper tools and care. On the other hand, if you’re generally unhappy with your weight or body type, it may be difficult pinpointing a treatment that could help you.
2. Check your mindset.
The most satisfied patients have specific goals in mind when pursuing a treatment. If you’re generally dissatisfied and unhappy with your appearance, all the aesthetic treatments in the world may not make a dent in your attitude toward your body. Aesthetic treatments are wonderful tools for enhancing and defining your assets, not changing who you are. If you’re having a hard time emotionally, which happens to all of us, we recommend practicing self-care and checking in with friends, family and maybe a therapist for guidance. When you’re feeling better, you’ll be in a better state of mind to start considering body contouring treatments.
3. Be easier on yourself!
How often do you look in the mirror and criticize some aspect of your appearance? So many of us are guilty of negative self-talk. We get so used to being critical about ourselves that we don’t even notice we are doing it! This summer, we’d like to encourage you to ease up on yourself a little (or a lot!). You deserve to love yourself! You are beautiful, even with your perceived flaws. You deserve a break and we hope you have a wonderful and relaxed summer, free from insecurities and self-doubt because you are worth it!