Five Fun Facts about Oahu Dermatology & Their Open House

A new procedure helps patients on their fitness journey.



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Even with proper nutrition and exercise, it can be difficult to shed excess weight in hard-to-target areas. SculpSure body contouring can help, and its now available at Oahu Dermatology by Drs. Carla Nip-Sakamoto, Miki Garcia and Summer Chong.

 

HONOLULU Magazine was at Oahu Dermatology’s open house on Wednesday, Sept. 21, covering the event live on Facebook, while keeping readers in the know with updates on Instagram and Twitter. Here are a couple of the open house highlights, plus a few cool things we learned about SculpSure.  

 

1. WE KICKED UP OUR HEELS AND ENJOYED FRESH PŪPŪ.

 

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The open house party got started with fresh fruit, seasoned veggies and yummy deli wraps.

 

2. GUESTS LEARNED HOW TO MAKE THEIR FITNESS DREAMS A REALITY

 

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Open house attendees got the lowdown on everything Oahu Dermatology has to offer, from chemical peels and fillers, to surgical and medical dermatological procedures.

 

3. SCULPSURE IS A NON-INVASE WAY OF REDUCING STUBBORN FAT

 

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The 25-minute body contouring system reduces stubborn tummy and love handle fat by destroying up to 24 percent of fat cells.

 

4. SCULPSURE PATIENTS CAN SEE RESULTS IN AS LITTLE AS ONE SESSION

 

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Many patients start to see results as early as six weeks following treatment, as the body begins to evacuate the destroyed fat cells. Optimal results are usually seen at the 12-week mark.

 

5. THE SCULPSURE PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED BY EXPERIENCED, BOARD-CERTIFIED DERMATOLOGISTS

 

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Drs. Carla Nip-Sakamoto, Miki Garcia and Summer Chong are all board-certified dermatologists. Collectively, they offer more than 25 years of experience, so patients can rest assured they’re in good hands when undergoing treatment.

 

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