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Garth Fisher, M.D.(R), F.A.C.S., Announces Adoption of LifeSculpt Body Sculpting Within His World-Renowned Plastic Surgery Practice
Date:10/26/2009

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Garth Fisher, M.D.®, F.A.C.S., today announced the integration of the LifeSculpt body sculpting into the repertoire of services offered by his practice. As one of the world's leading plastic surgeons, Dr. Fisher is offering LifeSculpt as a way for his patients to effectively target problem areas and enjoy fast recovery times, with little to no bruising -- allowing patients to quickly see results and return to daily activities.

"For patients falling within a normal weight range, LifeSculpt is an effective, less-invasive option for targeting areas of stubborn fat," said Dr. Fisher. "A lot of people think that eliminating unwanted fat in a clinical setting means going through a lot of discomfort and taking a lot of downtime to recover, and that simply isn't the case."

Dr. Fisher continued, "The patients I've treated with LifeSculpt have been thrilled with the results -- in addition to looking slimmer, many have noted smoother, more youthful-looking skin in the treated areas. Further, patients have been pleasantly surprised by how quick the procedure is, and how little discomfort is involved."

LifeSculpt affords tremendous precision, and can treat a variety of regions on the body from common "problem" areas such as the tummy, love handles and inner thighs to more delicate regions such as the neck and chin.

The advanced laser system allows for a faster recovery time with little to no bruising or swelling and results that can typically be seen shortly after the treatment. Patients are able to quickly resume their regular lives -- sometimes returning to work the next day.

Consumers may visit www.LifeSculpt.com to find more information on LifeSculpt such as "before" and "after" photos.

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