Burning off stubborn belly fat can feel like an impossible task, and with 59% of US adults carrying excess abdominal fat, wanting fat removal is something most of us can relate to.
After endless cardio workouts and strict diets, you’re probably left wondering why that pouch of belly fat is still hanging out rent-free on your torso?
But the hard truth is that for those of us who are genetically predisposed to storing excess abdomen fat, sticking to a healthy regime alone is sometimes just not enough to hold off that belly fat long-term.
Thankfully going under the knife for major surgery is no longer the only option, with FirmSculpt’s revolutionary patent-pending contouring procedure offering a minimally-invasive and low-risk alternative that banishes fat for life.
Should I get permanent belly fat removal surgery?
Each year approximately half a million US adults undergo brutally invasive and high-risk fat removal surgery, many with the goal of achieving a flat stomach.
Around 130,000 of those opt for a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) as an invasive surgical solution to permanent fat removal, whilst 300,000 people undergo standard liposuction.
But with major surgery comes major complications, and unfortunately, that is especially true of tummy tucks – with 4% or around 5,200 people each year suffering major complications following the surgery, cosmetic surgery insurers reveal.
Standard liposuction is also not without risk and around 5% of those treated (approximately 15,000 people each year) suffer some sort of complication following the surgery.
These complications can include infection, hematomas (blood pooling under the skin), blood clots, and issues with the lungs, not to mention the substantial risks posed by general anesthetic.
Crucially FirmSculpt has mitigated these heavy risks by removing the need for general anesthetic and combining a minimally invasive power-assisted liposuction with BodyTite’s radiofrequency energy to tighten skin, as well as a Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) rejuvenating treatment to minimize any bruising, swelling, or pain.
How does FirmSculpt work on belly fat?
FirmSculpt tackles problem areas by utilizing its revolutionary combination of three procedures; a less invasive form of liposuction, BodyTite, and Platelet-Rich Plasma.
BodyTite is a very low-risk non-invasive radiofrequency energy contouring treatment that works in conjunction with liposuction to melt away stubborn belly fat, whilst also tightening that skin ‘pouch’.
Medical-grade Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is the third treatment used to help your stomach skin regain its youthful elasticity. PRP involves three steps; firstly your blood is drawn, then processed to separate the platelet-rich plasma, and finally redeposited as your body’s own miracle serum in the targeted area.
How long is the recovery period for belly fat removal surgery?
FirmSculpt’s minimally-invasive methods mean it can be performed as an outpatient procedure with minimal downtime, so there’s no need to spend your ‘vacation’ in bed recovering.
Only a local anesthetic is needed for FirmSculpt and patients are free to walk out the door as soon as they like following the surgery – with some even choosing to return to work the next day simply wearing compression garments under their clothes.
This is in stark contrast to traditional surgeries such as an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), which require patients to remain on bed rest for seven to ten days, with all physical activity banned for at least a month, and a scar that can take up to a year to fully heal.
FirmSculpt’s post-surgery pads are only required to be worn over the small incision points for 24 hours, whilst some tummy tuck patients even require an abdomen drain to release excess fluid for up to a week post-surgery.
By removing the need for general anesthetic FirmSculpt alleviates the associated risks, such as anaphylaxis (a serious allergic reaction), and even potential fatality in high-risk patients such as heavy drinkers or smokers.
How much does it cost to have belly fat removal surgery?
The average cost of abdominoplasty is $6,154, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons – and that doesn’t include unavoidable hidden costs such as aftercare, anesthesia, and operating room facilities.
FirmSculpt is a fraction of the price, with procedures starting at $5,000 depending on the volume of fat to be removed and the area of treatment. Limited promotional offers are available.
So if you’re looking to reach your beauty goals in 2022, FirmSculpt could be the cost-effective and low-risk solution you’ve been craving.
FirmSculpt is offered exclusively by UGlow Face & Body, a woman-owned and operated advanced rejuvenating aesthetics practice dedicated to delivering cost-effective treatments with minimized health risks.
For unmatched results get in touch now at (602) 562-4531 or visit Uglowfaceandbody.com to book your free in-person or virtual body assessment.