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Get Rid of Your Double Chin

While it makes sense to think that being overweight is the only cause of a double chin, the reality is that double chins can be the result of genetics, facial structure, and even your age. 

This means that even if your diet and workout routine is on par, it can still be a struggle to banish that double chin.

Thankfully, diet and exercise aren’t the only ways to get rid of a double chin. WarmSculpting™ with SculpSure® treatments can get rid of unwanted body fat for good.

If you’re bothered by submental fullness, visit us at Family First Wellness. Samantha Lindsay, MD, offers WarmSculpting treatments as part of her medical spa services so that you can feel good on the inside and out.

In the meantime, you can learn more about WarmSculpting and how these noninvasive treatments eliminate those pesky double chins.

Get rid of your double chin with WarmSculpting treatments

WarmSculpting is a noninvasive treatment designed to permanently eliminate unwanted body fat. While WarmSculpting contours typical problem areas (like the belly or inner thighs), it’s also ideal for the submental area. 

During your session, the FDA-approved SculpSure device emits laser energy, which gently warms up the fat cells. Without damaging your skin, the heat damages your fat cells, which your lymphatic system flushes out of your body. 

Because your body flushes out the damaged fat cells, those cells don’t regenerate. They are permanently removed from your body, making your double chin disappear. 

This process doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time for your lymphatic system to do its job, but you’ll see the results in a few weeks. According to SculpSure, you may start to see results around six weeks, with peak results around 12 weeks.

Benefits of WarmSculpting with SculpSure

Unlike fat-melting injections, WarmSculpting is 100% noninvasive, which means there’s no need for incisions, injections, or needles of any kind. 

Each session is also quick (about 25 minutes), meaning you can get back to your daily routine in no time. And there’s no need for lengthy downtimes or recovery periods. Other benefits include:

Remember, the SculpSure device aims to remove, not shrink, fat cells.

Maximize your results

WarmSculping treatments (whether it’s your chin or your belly) provide the best results when combined with a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and regular exercise. Maintaining a healthy weight also helps to reduce your risk of obesity-related diseases and conditions. 

If you find that weight gain keeps creeping back, it could be a sign of hormonal imbalance. As family medicine specialists, we want to help you maintain a healthy weight for overall health and wellness purposes too. 

At Family First Wellness in Lutz, Florida, we want to help you feel confident in your appearance, but also prevent complications of unintended weight gain. 

If you’re ready to banish your double chin, request an appointment by calling our office, or book online.

*Individual results may vary

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