Zerona™ is an advanced body contouring treatment that helps reduce fat in problem areas like the thighs, arms, buttocks, and abdomen. It’s been used by cosmetic slimming experts since 2009, but the same type of laser technology has been used in body contouring treatments since 2001. Unlike other liposuction alternatives, Zerona is completely non-surgical. It works by utilizing a low level laser that penetrates the skin, melting fat cells that naturally drain from the body. Zerona may be a good option for you if you’re near your target weight, but have certain areas that just won’t respond to diet and exercise.

How does Zerona work?

During a Zerona treatment, a low level or “cold” laser is applied to the treatment area. The laser liquefies the fat by emulsifying the cells. Once the fat is in an emulsified state, it flows into an extracellular space where it can be naturally flushed out by the body.

Am I a candidate for Zerona?

Candidates for Zerona should be in good overall health. Aside from that, most people are good candidates for Zerona. Zerona will help you lose an average of 2-4 inches per treatment area;however, it is not a total weight loss solution. With that being said, even people who are not overweight can experience results from Zerona.

How much does Zerona cost?

Zerona costs an average of $3,000 per total treatment. Within that price, about six total sessions are included. Most Zerona practitioners recommend a minimum of six sessions throughout the course of two weeks for maximum results.

How long does Zerona take?

A single Zerona session will take about 40 minutes. During that time, you can relax: read, listen to music, or just close your eyes.

How long does Zerona last?

Zerona’s results are long-term. As with all forms of weight loss, the results can be extended by a healthy diet and lifestyle.

What is the recovery time for Zerona?

The is absolutely no recovery time after a Zerona session. Since it doesn’t use anesthesia and is pain-free, patients can return to their regularly scheduled activities after Zerona.

Are there any side effects to Zerona?

There are no known side effects associated with Zerona.

Is Zerona painful?

Zerona is not painful—in fact, many patients have found the treatment to be rather relaxing. The laser penetration causes no discomfort, so patients are free to simply relax during the treatment.

Will insurance cover Zerona?

Zerona is considered an elective cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance.

What other plastic surgery treatments can be combined with Zerona?

Zerona can be used in combination with Liposuction, VelaShape™, and Mesotherapy.

What are some other terms for Zerona?

Zerona may also be called Erchonia® Laser Scanner, Cold Laser Liposuction, or Laser-Assisted Liposuction.

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