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Belly/Tummy Fat Reduction


The stomach, the jejunum and ileum of the small intestine, the colon of the large intestine, the liver, the spleen, the gallbladder, the pancreas, the uterus, the fallopian tubes, the ovaries, the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, and numerous blood vessels are all located in the abdomen (arteries and veins).


The digestive system and various supporting organs, the urinary system, the spleen, and the abdominal muscles make up the majority of the abdomen (shown below). The peritoneum, a protective membrane that surrounds most of these organs, serves as their enclosure. The kidneys, ureters, and urine bladder lie outside the peritoneum, making them what some scientists refer to as pelvic organs. In contrast, the digestive system and other organs are situated inside the peritoneum.

If you are struggling to remove excess fat from your abdomen or belly, then eEpiderma Cosmetology & Laser Clinic can provide you with a non-surgical solution.

Technological and Non-Surgical Fat Reduction Methods:

Cold Sculpting (Cryolipolysis)

A non-invasive technique called cryolipolysis employs extremely cold temperatures to break down fat cells and help shrink fat pockets. The treatment area is covered with a paneled or cupped device that transmits temperatures just low enough to freeze fat cells, effectively killing them. Skin, muscle, and nerve tissue are undamaged because they freeze at a lower temperature than fat. Cryolipolysis is commercialized under the name CoolSculpting.

The following are quick facts about cool sculpture:

  1. Treatments last 35 to 60 minutes; some discomfort, such as a strong cold sensation, is usual.
  2. Temporary, mild swelling, numbness, tingling, and tingling are common side effects.
  3. It is FDA cleared for the abdomen, hips, inner or outer thighs, back, upper arms, under the buttocks, and under the chin.
  4. The average patient is satisfied after one to two treatments, and ultimate results can be seen after two to three months. Serious or long-lasting side effects are exceedingly uncommon.

Treatment with Lasers (Sculpsure)

Subcutaneous fat is destroyed by laser fat reduction via employing controlled heat. A targeted laser wavelength emitted heats fatty tissues of the skin to the extent in which fat cells start are completely reduced. Skin injury is avoided thanks to a continuous cooling action. The brand name for this non-invasive laser treatment is SculpSure.

Deoxycholic Acid Injection (Kybella)

In the body, deoxycholic acid is a naturally occurring chemical that aids in the digestion of fat. Deoxycholic acid, which is injected, can separate a fatty cells by instantly eliminating fat cells. Recently, the FDA-approved injectable type of deoxycholic acid that can effectively eliminate a double chin is Kybella (formerly known as ATX-101).

Quick Facts About Kybella:

It has been approved by the FDA to reduce submental fullness (fat beneath the chin).

  1. A very thin needle is used to administer several injections underneath the chin as part of the procedure, which takes around 20 minutes. Local anesthesia may be administered to make the procedure more comfortable.
  2. For best outcomes, the average patient needs 2 to 4 treatments spaced 1 month apart, with little to no downtime. Most patients can resume normal activities in two days.
  3. Common side effects on the treatment side include transient, minor oedema, numbness, redness, and bruising. Unless there is a considerable weight gain, serious side effects, including facial weakness or extended numbness, are rare and typically go away on their own. For the best outcomes, fat cells destroyed by Kybella do not grow back.

Reduce Fat with Ultrasound

Ultrasound fat reduction uses highly focused sonic waves in order to break down the fat cell walls in the treatment area and release the fat inside for the body to digest. As a result, the size of a fat deposit is reduced. The fatty cells are destroyed whereas, the surrounding tissues are unaffected. It is possible due to the fast pressure changes that occurs due to the ultrasonic energy as it reaches through the skin. Ultra Shape, which employs pulsed ultrasound technology, and Liposonix, which uses high-intensity focused ultrasound, are both ultrasound fat removal methods approved by the FDA.

Quick Facts Regarding  Tummy/Belly or Abdomen Fat Removal Using Ultrasound

The abdomen and flanks are the target areas for treatment; ultrasound is noninvasive and doesn’t require any downtime; a typical patient needs 1 to 3 treatments spaced 2 weeks apart, depending on the procedure; results start to show after 6 to 12 weeks; destroyed fat cells don’t grow back; and results can last with weight maintenance.

Red Light Treatment (Ultra slim)

Red light treatment is one of the safest & recent non-invasive fat reduction procedure that is FDA approved. It works by reducing the number of internal fat cells. Photonic lipolysis, also known as “red light treatment,” utilize a customized lamp which conduct  targeted light wavelengths into the skin instead of removing  fat cells. This light emitted helps to reduce

the size of fatty cells by causing some fat cells to create tiny breakage and release part of their contents, this light encourages in  reducing  the size of fat cells. Red light therapy and photonic lipolysis are both approved by the FDA for use in Ultra Slim.

Quick information on red light therapy for fat reduction.

  1. Red light therapy is intended to treat the thighs, hips, and abdomen. However, your cosmetic surgeon might also use it on other body parts.
  2. Results start to show up a few hours after treatment and get better as the body metabolizes the fat.
  3. Treatment is noninvasive and requires no downtime.
  4. Treatments last about 30 minutes.


There are no simple solutions for removing belly fat.Losing weight always requires effort, commitment, and tenacity on your part.If you are successful in putting some or all of the lifestyle goals and strategies suggested in this article into practice, you will surely lose the additional weight around your waist.

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