New Year, New Body With Noninvasive Fat Loss

You sweat it out at the gym and cut the calories, yet you’re still stuck with bulges of fat where you least want them. Rather than undergoing an invasive liposuction procedure, why not explore a noninvasive technology that reduces your fat and your bulges?

At Humble Cardiology, Dr. Madaiah Revana and our team understand that losing weight can be an uphill battle. While diet and exercise will always play key roles, new laser technology allows us to put the finishing touches on your efforts. Using this technology, called Zerona®, we now have the capability to target and reduce stubborn fat, and all you need to do is sit back and relax.

If you want a new you in the new year, explore how Zerona can help you achieve your body-shape goals.

Behind the Zerona technology

You may have read about the new wave in noninvasive fat-reduction technologies, but these technologies approach stubborn fat from many different angles. What sets Zerona apart is that the low-level laser energy isn’t designed to destroy your existing fat cells, but causes them to release their fat stores.

When you gain or lose weight, you don’t gain or lose fat cells. Instead, your existing fat cells increase and decrease in size, respectively.

With Zerona, our goal is to maintain the structural integrity of your tissue by creating transitory pores in your cells that allow fatty material to seep out. This material is then flushed away through your lymphatic system. In other words, you will still have the same number of fat cells, albeit far smaller ones.

Targeting your stubborn fat

Another great benefit of our Zerona technology is our ability to work around Mother Nature and target your stubborn fat directly. No matter what some diets or gimmicks may promise, it’s impossible to dictate where your body loses fat.

With Zerona, we deliver the laser energy directly into the fat cells that are causing you the most concern. In fact, Zerona is cleared by the FDA to reduce fat in your:

To accomplish this fat reduction, we direct six lasers into your target areas for 20 minutes while you’re on your back, and then we repeat the process for another 20 minutes while you lie on your stomach. This allows us to treat your fat cells from all angles for optimal results.

No downtime, big results

One of the best features of our Zerona technology is that the treatments are non-invasive, which means there’s no downtime after each treatment. The energy we use passes harmlessly through the surface of your skin and targets your fat cells below.

In most cases, we recommend a series of at least six treatments in order to achieve your goals.

If you want a new you in the new year, contact one of our offices in Humble or Houston, Texas, to schedule your Zerona treatments.

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