Lazaderm® is able to meet all of your body contouring needs. We treat the following areas: abdomen, arms, chin, cheeks, jowls, neck, thighs, and male breasts. No matter where your “trouble spot” is, we have the perfect treatment uniquely designed to meet your individual needs.
Body Contouring Options at Lazaderm
The AGNES RF (radiofrequency) is your non-surgical solution to jawline contouring due to excess weight gain or lax skin, jowl correction, double chin reduction, and heavy eye bags. Learn More
If diet and exercise aren’t helping you get rid of stubborn fat, Lazaderm® has body contouring treatment options available to address your individual needs and concerns. Learn More
CoolSculpting is an effective, non-invasive treatment that uses controlled cooling to freeze and eliminate unwanted fat cells without surgery or downtime. Learn More
Kybella is the first treatment of its kind and is the only FDA-approved injectable used to treat fat cells under your chin, also known as submental fullness or “double chin.” Learn More
Fat Transfer, also known as fat grafting, is a procedure that transfers fat from areas in which you have excess fat, such as the outer thighs, and injects it into areas that may be lacking in volume. Learn More
Cellulite has been a concern for a majority of adult women over the decades because women’s bodies are biologically prone to produce dimples in the skin. QWO, an injectable, is the first non-surgical treatment of its kind. It can help diminish moderate to serve cellulite. Learn More
Frequently Asked Body Contouring Questions
Is Lipo-Light / iLipo Laser Liposculpture Similar To Traditional Liposuction?
There is no similarity at all. The Lipo-Light / iLipo is actually not even a laser. It uses LED lights and flexible pads that are applied to the problematic area. It requires two sessions per week for a total of four weeks to show improvement. There is no downtime with the procedure and there are no long-term studies on its benefits. In theory, the Lipo-Light / iLipo cause a small poor in the fat cell to open and then the fat is released from inside the cell. There is no permanent fat cell destruction. On the other hand, liposuction permanently removes the fat cells from the body. The results from liposuction should last years. Liposuction is also minimally invasive so there will be some downtime associated with liposuction.