Are you tired of dealing with unwanted fat in problem areas resistant to dietary change and exercise? Is that you on the elliptical or on the exercise bike, sticking to your diet religiously, seldom deviating or scheduling “cheat” days? We all know how frustrating it can be when you’ve changed your habits, you’ve created a new, healthy routine, yet problem areas of the body still linger.
Shape.com asserts that 89% of women in America are unhappy with their weight.
DoSomething.org is even less optimistic, reporting that 91% of women don’t like their bodies and resort to dieting to change body shape.
Only about 5% of women naturally enjoy the body type we see most portrayed in American media. For the rest of us, body contouring is a new option available, now offered by globally recognized dermatologist, Pearl E. Grimes, MD, FAAD, medical director of the Grimes Center of Medical and Aesthetic Dermatology.
Fat is Stubborn, Plain and Simple
As science tells us, certain individuals have different body types and react differently to foods and nutrients.You might be eating right and working hard at the gym, but some areas might still be elusive.
Problem areas of the body might include:
● Neck/Underneath the Chin
What Are the Options if the Gym Isn’t Helping?
In another survey conducted by DoSomething.org, more than 40% of women and 20% of men agreed that they would consider or have considered plastic surgery at some point in their lives. However, it is no longer necessary to resort to invasive, and potentially risky, surgeries to achieve noticeable results.
At the Grimes Center for Medical and Aesthetic Dermatology, we incorporate cutting-edge technology into our practice, including truSculpt® 3D Body Contouring, which uses conductive RF delivery that disruptis subcutaneous adipose tissue without overheating the skin.
Dr. Grimes specializes in treating patients of all ethnicities, all ages and stages of life, expertly helping individuals feel positively about their appearance. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation to learn more about body contouring and the ways it can help you take control of your figure, even in problem areas resistant to exercise. During your initial visit will discuss with you everything you need to know. Together, we’ll get to the ideal you, non-invasively.
Call the Grimes Center for Medical and Aesthetic Dermatology: (323) 467-4389.