With the constant video calls, less-than-ideal lighting, and Zoom filters, clients have been critiquing their facial features and appearance more than ever this past year. The focus on the face and empty social calendars caused body sculpting treatments to take a bit of a backseat. Thankfully, vaccination rates are growing, mandates are lifting, and in-person life is resuming, and with it, clients are thinking about more than their usual facial filler and toxin touch-ups – the body is officially back in focus.
Often, regardless of a healthy diet and active lifestyle, clients are left with stubborn pockets of fat that do not respond to their efforts. The great news is that there are more noninvasive body sculpting and fat reduction modalities than ever.
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Deanne Mraz Robinson, MD, FAAD, is a fellowship-trained, board-certified dermatologist based in CT. A leader in the field, she is the chief medical officer of Ideal Image, the nation’s largest aesthetic provider. She is also president and co-founder of Modern Dermatology of Connecticut. As an authoritative voice in aesthetics, she is intimately involved with clinical research, speaking, and teaching.