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Non-Surgical Body Contouring in Chevy Chase

Whether it is on your face, hips, abdomen, or some other area of the body, many of us struggle with specific areas of unwanted fat. These localized areas of persistent fat can become resistant to positive changes in diet and exercise, making it difficult to stay motivated if body improvements don’t quite reflect your efforts. In the past, surgical liposuction was the only way to remove unwanted body fat. However, we now have several non-invasive, non-surgical body contouring options that get rid of unwanted fat for good without downtime. As one of a select group of physicians in the United States involved with the FDA clinical studies for cryolipolysis, Dr. Tanzi and the professionals at Capital Laser & Skin Care has been on the forefront of the non-surgical body contouring field for the past decade. Our non-surgical body contouring options are designed to remove problem fat with little to no recovery time. All treatments are performed in the privacy of our Chevy Chase body contouring suites while our staff attends to every detail to ensure a comfortable experience. At Capital Laser & Skin Care, we make it simple to see a slimmer you.

Non-Surgical Body Contouring with CoolSculpting & Kybella

CoolSculpting®

Learn how CoolSculpting works to freeze away your problem fat cells on the abdomen, love handles, thighs, back fat, and double chin.

Kybella™

Learn how Kybella can slim down a double chin and reduce stubborn submental fat through a simple series of injections.

Interested in learning more about our treatments for non-surgical body contouring? We would love to speak with you. Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation or call our Chevy Chase, MD office today at (301) 798-9699 to schedule your private consultation at our laser and cosmetic dermatology center, located just blocks away from Washington, D.C.

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