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Where On the Back Can I Treat With AirSculpt?

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If back fat is a problem that you currently have, there are steps that you can take to address the issue. There's no way to eliminate back fat entirely, but you can change the appearance of your upper, middle, and lower back.

Fortunately, the fat on our back isn't like fat in other areas of our body, meaning there are several ways to solve these stubborn fat pockets. Yet, before deciding on a back contouring course of action, it's important to determine which area is most pressing. 

Common Areas Where Back Fat Forms

 

Back fat is distributed between different areas, with most men and women experiencing fat in one of these sections:

  1. Upper back fat: excess fat that spills over the bra strap
  2. Mid-back fat: fat that's located near the back of your waist
  3. Lower back fat: the pocket of fat that spills over the top of your pants, creating what's colloquially known as a muffin top.

The best way to know what kind of back fat you should target is by standing with a mirror behind you and holding another mirror in your hand. You'll get a 360 perspective and a clear idea of what areas of your back have excess fat to prioritize your treatment.

You can also pinch or have someone pinch trouble regions. With the innovative AirSculpt technique, patients can permanently lose any pinchable fat without undergoing an invasive treatment like liposuction.

How To Lose Your Back Fat

A consistent exercise program and a healthy diet will do wonders wherever fat forms on your body, but you should focus your program on fixing the areas that frustrate you the most.

The Right Way To Diet

No matter what diet you choose, the only way you're going to burn fat is if you enter a caloric deficit. A caloric deficit is when you consume fewer calories than what's needed to maintain your current weight.

This doesn't mean that you have to eat less food; it just means that you have to count your calories; you can still get full by making healthier eating choices.

The Right Way To Exercise

If you want to get rid of any type of fat from your body, you've got to burn it off in an overall manner. It's impossible to spot-reduce fat; therefore, doing back-focused exercises won't help you as much for this goal.

The optimal way to reduce fat from your body is by doing cardio. Cardio burns off calories, assisting you in achieving your caloric deficit to burn off the excess fat.

Once you are in a calorie-burning state through diet or exercise, strength training the back can help tone the area and reveal one's muscles.

Elite Body Sculpture Can Help You Remove Back Fat

Now that you know which areas on the back that fat tends to form, it's essential to understand how innovations have made it easy to remove with a cosmetic procedure.

The best cosmetic procedure you can get to remove back fat is Back AirSculpt® by Elite Body Sculpture. This minimally invasive procedure doesn't use a scalpel, needle, stitches, or general anesthesia to provide long-lasting results, a significant difference from traditional back sculpting treatments like liposuction.

The specific areas that AirSculpt can treat on the back are the lower back and tailbone, the back bra rolls, and the buffalo hump or dorsocervical fat pad. Whether a patient wants to target just one small area or everything at once, this customizable procedure was designed to sculpt permanent results with a uniquely delicate process.

For more information on how we can help you, call our Las Vegas office to schedule your free consultation. 

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