Permanent Fat Removal for Thinner Thighs
If you ask 100 women about the parts of their body they’d most like to improve, 90 of them will probably mention their thighs. “Thunder thighs,” as some people not-so-nicely refer to them, can be blamed on excess fat that’s difficult to burn off just by working out and eating right. Every woman wants lean, sculpted thighs, but that’s a difficult goal to achieve.
For slimmer thighs that will make your legs look great in shorts and bikinis again, turn to Belle Medical. Our HD Body Sculpting treatment will help you lose thigh fat forever.
Why Do Women Have Larger Thighs?
Have you ever wondered why your body seems to have extra padding around your hips, thighs, and buttocks? It’s not necessarily your fault—it’s your genetics. The hormone estrogen prompts the female body to store more fat than the male body. As Scientific American reports, a healthy-weight woman may have twice the body fat percentage of a healthy-weight man.
The extra fat that women store in their thighs and bottoms can be beneficial during pregnancy, but you don’t want it to stay on your body after giving birth (or ever, if you don’t plan on having children).
Other Challenges for Losing Thigh Fat
On top of genetics being stacked against women who want smaller thighs, there are other physical reasons why thigh fat is tough to lose.
- Exercise Can Make the Problem Worse
When you exercise your muscles, they tend to get larger. Your thighs are home to the largest muscles in your body. While targeted exercise can help you lose fat in your thighs, they may not get any smaller if you build muscle.
- First In, Last Out
Unfortunately for any woman trying to lose weight, the hips, thighs, and buttocks are the first places that fat settles in your body and the last places it leaves.
Thigh Fat Removal Treatment
When diet and exercise don’t reduce your thigh fat no matter how hard you try, Belle Medical is here for you. Our HD Body Sculpting procedure can give you the slim, sculpted thighs you’ve been dreaming about in no time flat. Our thigh sculpting treatments focus on four different areas:
- Inner thighs
- Outer thighs
- Suprapubic area (the lower abdomen above the pelvis)
- Banana fold (below the buttocks)
We use a gentle, minimally invasive procedure to break down the fat cells in your problem areas and permanently remove them from your body. The fat cells aren’t damaged during the process, so they can be used for a natural Fat Transfer to another part of the body, like the breasts, if you’d like to make other enhancements to your shape.
With HD Body Sculpting, there’s no need for cutting, ripping, tearing, cooling, or general anesthesia. We keep our patients as comfortable as possible during their treatment, and recovery times are minimal afterward—most people go back to work 24-48 hours later. You’ll notice a difference instantly, but it takes about four weeks to see your results in full, and you’ll have a better chance of maintaining those results over the long term if you stick to a healthy diet and exercise routine.
Schedule Your Consultation Now
When you’re ready to lose your thunder thighs lightning fast, contact Belle Medical. One of our physicians will evaluate your candidacy for HD Body Sculpting during a free consultation and discuss the best way to achieve your ideal body image.
Don’t let your thighs keep you from loving your look. Reach out to Belle Medical today!
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