Bikini season is in full swing which means one of two things: you’re either ready to show off your body, or you’re not. If you fall into the latter category, you have a few things you can do to get yourself ready; start dieting or consider a non-invasive procedure like SculpSure. With each of these options, you will get a slimmer body and the confidence to sport that bikini in no time. Read on to learn more about each of these options.
There are a variety of diet fads out there that claim to give you a slimmer body in as little as a few weeks. However, although you may lose weight quickly, you will gain that weight back just as fast. When deciding on a dieting plan, stick with something that is long term. In fact, rather than getting on a diet at all, we encourage our patients to make life changes. For instance, rather than going on juice cleanse, try replacing your fatty, red meats with lean meats like chicken and turkey. Additionally, if you are a big alcohol drinker, consider only having one glass of red wine on occasion— by cutting out these calories, you will notice a visibly slimmer waistline that will have you ready to hit the beach with confidence. By making these lifestyle changes, you will be able to get rid of excess fat and keep it off at the same time.
If you have been dieting and exercising but still can’t get rid of stubborn, unwanted fat, consider contacting Dr. Rick Silverman’s office to learn more about SculpSure. As a non-invasive fat removal surgery, SculpSure works by using laser technology to heat up the fat cells. Over approximately a six week period or more, your body will naturally get rid of these fat cells— leaving you with a slimmer body.
Although summer is here, you may think that it’s too late to lose enough weight to feel confident while wearing a bikini; however, that simply isn’t the case. With a combination of dieting and a procedure like SculpSure, you can get a slimmer body and the confidence you need to play beach volleyball with all of your friends this summer. To learn more, contact Dr. Rick Silverman today and schedule a consultation.