Showing blog posts from category: CoolSculpting
Top Summer Treatments
Have you been doing everything you can to get that perfect summer look, but still need a few finishing touches to get you looking your absolute best? The board-certified dermatologists in San Diego at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology in San Diego have the solution. How does a total body makeover without surgery sound? Our dermatologists can get you
Non-Invasive Lipolysis or Liposculpture?
Most of us have a bulge of fat somewhere on our bodies that we wish wasn’t there. Generally, no amount of diet or exercise can spot reduce that problem area. In fact, some patients have noticed that sit-ups and crunches result in bigger abdominal muscles and actually cause the fat on the abdomen to protrude
An Alternative to Liposuction—CoolSculpting!
According to recent polls, the number one priority for health-oriented goals so far in 2013 is losing weight. However, for some of us, no matter how much we diet or exercise, we’re still left with an unwanted bulge here or there. If this problem sounds all too familiar to you, our cosmetic laser dermatologists in
Could Leggings Be Making You Fat?
Over the course of the past few years, an old style trend has seem to come back to life—the leggings. Of course, leggings are extremely comfy, can be worn with just about anything, and even dressed up or dressed down. With all of the positives to leggings, they almost seem too good to be true,
Top Cosmetic Dermatology Procedures of 2012
It’s hard to believe that 2012 has already come and gone. With a new year just on the horizon, our doctors wanted to share the top five procedures of 2012 performed at our practice this past year. With so many treatments to choose from, compiling this list wasn’t as easy as it might look. At
What Is CoolSculpting?
When exercise and diet to just aren’t enough to rid our bodies of that stubborn excess fat, what can be done? Like so many Americans today, hitting the gym for daily workout routines just doesn’t seem to work as well as we’d like to hope for certain parts of our bodies. Luckily, there is a