Non-Surgical Body Treatments in Scottsdale

Let’s face it, our bodies change as we age. With this change, many unsightly, embarrassing, or inconvenient blemishes may occur. Whether you struggle with excessive sweating, Varicose veins, or stubborn areas of fat and/or cellulite, our various approaches offer a customized solution for Non-Surgical Body Treatments in Scottsdale, AZ to suit your needs and concerns.

QWO® Cellulite Treatment

QWO® Cellulite Treatment is an innovative solution to correct the tight tethers created by the fibrous septae. Using an FDA-approved injectable treatment of Collagenase Clostridium Histolyticum-Aaes, the septae begin to dissolve and separate from the deep fascia and muscle tissue. As the fibers release, it reduces the appearance created by the fat that is trapped in between. Learn more about reducing cellulite in Scottsdale, AZ!

Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating unrelated to heat, stress, or exercise, can be treated in our office by injecting approximately 100 Botox units into the affected area. Patients typically see a dramatic improvement in their condition, and maintenance treatments are generally required every 6 months.

SculpSure™ Body Contouring

This non-invasive and well-tolerated body contouring system essentially melts away stubborn fat cells without damaging the skin’s surface. Treatment plans are customized to the individual and his or her area(s) of concern. Laser energy is used to target and heat up fat cells until the structure of the cells is damaged. Over the next three months, these damaged cells are metabolized and eliminated through the body’s lymphatic system.

Kybella® Injections

Kybella is an injectable treatment that destroys fat cells in the injected area of the chin. This product is used to tighten and contour submental fullness, or the fatty area under the chin, to reveal a slimmer and sharper profile. Patients typically see the best results after multiple treatments.

Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy is used to eliminate Varicose or spider veins. The process requires a solution to be injected directly into the vein, which causes damage to the lining of the blood vessel, and the blood responsible for the unsightliness to reroute to a new vein. Less than 10% of patients do not respond to this treatment, making it a clinically proven and effective procedure for the large majority of varicose and spider veins. After just one, 30-minute treatment, average sized veins typically improve after 3-6 weeks, whereas larger veins may take 3-4 months.

Pellet Fix Hormone Replacement Therapy

Pellet Therapy is a version of hormone therapy that compounds the needed hormones into a bioidentical pellet form so they can be placed under the skin, enabling your body to absorb and benefit from them.

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