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Category Archives: Body Contouring

Reduce Your Double Chin and Improve Your Selfie Game

Many people are bothered by a double chin that won’t go away, despite their most successful weight loss efforts. For years it seemed that the only way to smooth away a double chin was to undergo liposuction. But patients today have a number of nonsurgical options, including KYBELLA®, CoolSculpting®, and truSculpt™, right here in Tucson. Let’s look at what each of these options has to offer. KYBELLA This injectable treatment is FDA-approved to reduce the appearance of submental fullness, which is the medical term for what most people would call a double chin. KYBELLA uses an active ingredient called deoxycholic … Continue reading

Treatments That Are Fit for Summer

Summer in Arizona is more than a season — it’s a lifestyle. As a dermatologist in Tucson, skincare is on my mind all year long, but especially in the summertime, when the sun’s rays are at their most intense and the days are extra long. In addition to the never-ending sunshine, summer is also the season of special events, from weddings and graduations to backyard pool parties. Who wouldn’t want to look their best? Now that the snowbirds have flown the coop and the kids are out of school, it’s time to take advantage of summer’s slow pace and treat … Continue reading

What to Expect During Your CoolSculpting® Visit

CoolSculpting®: You’ve probably heard about it in the news, seen it on billboards around Tucson, or spotted it on social media. Maybe you’re even thinking about receiving the treatment yourself! This nonsurgical body contouring treatment has become a popular solution for people around the country to tone and slim their contours without surgery. The patented CoolSculpting technology freezes fat cells in the treated area, crystallizing and killing them without damaging surrounding skin and tissue. Then, your body’s natural processes remove the fat cells over the following months, leaving slimmer, more toned contours. Sounds pretty great, right? If you’re still unsure … Continue reading