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Banish Stubborn Fat Deposits With Non-Invasive Venus Bliss™ Laser Fat Reduction

Belly fat. Muffin top. Love handles. Whatever you call it, that extra fat around your abdomen and flanks can be embarrassing. It makes your clothes fit differently, and it’s notoriously difficult to shed.

Many diet and exercise programs promise to slim your stomach and hone your waist, but targeted weight loss isn’t easy. If you’re eating right and exercising regularly, but you’re still struggling with bothersome fat deposits around your abdomen, it’s time to learn more about Venus Bliss™ laser fat reduction

Melissa Grier, MD, and our team in Pasadena, California, specialize in Venus Bliss. It’s a nonsurgical and noninvasive fat reduction treatment, specifically designed to blast that stubborn abdominal fat and restore your confidence.

Laser treatment blasts stubborn fat

Regular physical activity and a balanced diet are important elements of a healthy lifestyle. But men and women alike struggle with pockets of fat that just won’t go away despite their best efforts.

Targeted abdominal exercises only do so much, but laser fat reduction could be the solution you’ve been seeking. Venus Bliss is a laser lipolysis system that reaches fat below the surface of your skin without the need for an invasive procedure.

Venus Bliss is equipped with up to four diode laser applicators. The applicators direct powerful multipolar radiofrequency energy to the layer of fat below the surface of your skin. The energy, pulsed electromagnetic fields, and (MP)2 technology heat the fat cells and damage them.

Once the target fat cells are damaged, your body naturally eliminates them. Those fat cells won’t come back, and you’ll notice decreased fat over time. 

Along with destroying fat cells in the treatment area, Venus Bliss tackles tough cellulite. Cellulite is a common cosmetic issue that affects both men and women, but is most common in women; it makes skin appear bumpy and dimpled.

Venus Bliss reduces the look of cellulite by stimulating new collagen and elastin fibers in connective tissue. Treatment can strengthen this connective tissue and give your skin a firmer, smoother look.

Tone your curves with Venus Bliss

Venus Bliss is a comfortable, noninvasive fat reduction procedure. It’s effective for all skin types and skin tones, making it a flexible option for people hoping to blast that stubborn abdominal fat once and for all.

Dr. Grier offers consultations to help you decide if Venus Bliss is right for you. It’s FDA-approved to reduce fat in your abdomen and flanks, and you could be a good candidate if your body mass index (BMI) is 30 or less.

Venus Bliss isn’t a weight loss procedure. Dr. Grier typically recommends it for people who are at or near their ideal body weight, but who are bothered by stubborn pockets of fat that don’t go away with diet and exercise alone. 

Each Venus Bliss session takes just 25 minutes in the office. You relax in a comfortable room, and our team places the diode laser applicators on your abdomen, flanks, or a combination.

Every patient is different, so Dr. Grier recommends a custom treatment plan for you. Many people achieve optimal results with a series of Venus Bliss sessions, spaced about six weeks apart.

As many as 90% of patients find Venus Bliss treatment comfortable, and there’s no downtime following your sessions. Immediately after treatment, your body begins processing the unwanted fat cells. Your results develop in the following weeks, with optimal results appearing three to six months after your final treatment session.

You don’t have to live with extra fat around your stomach and flanks. Find out if Venus Bliss is the solution you’ve been hoping for. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Grier online or call our office today.

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