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Vero Beach Plastic Surgeon Employs Innovative DualSculpting Technique
Dr. Sarbak Uses DualSculpting(TM) to Enhance the Experience and Reduce the Treatment Time of CoolSculpting(TM) Procedures for His Plastic Surgery Patients in Vero Beach

VERO BEACH, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 12/18/12 -- At his Vero Beach plastic surgery practice, Dr. John M. Sarbak has been offering patients CoolSculpting™ treatments to reduce fat without the discomfort, risk, or recovery time involved with invasive procedures. Utilizing CoolSculpting™ technology, Dr. Sarbak also offers an innovative technique called DualSculpting™ for patients looking to reduce targeted areas of fat in an even shorter period of time.

According to Dr. Sarbak, DualSculpting™ is an enhancement of CoolSculpting™. The nonsurgical DualSculpting™ technique utilizes two CoolSculpting™ machines, which, in many cases, allows treatment in two areas at once. This process can lessen the overall treatment time for the patient. For example, Dr. Sarbak says "love handle" treatments would take four hours with conventional CoolSculpting™, but would take only two hours with DualSculpting™.

Because Dr. Sarbak values his patients' time, he considers the DualSculpting™ technique a major benefit. He notes: "The less time patients spend at our facility to achieve their desired results, the more time they have to spend taking care of life's other demands."

The Vero Beach plastic surgeon and his team have performed hundreds of DualSculpting™ procedures since the delivery of their first machines in 2010. The results are very consistent and, according to the practice, more people are learning about the procedure every day.

When discussing the role of DualSculpting™ at his practice, Dr. Sarbak says: "While cosmetic surgery has always been my passion, I do understand that surgery isn't necessarily for everyone. DualSculpting™ is a technique that gives me a way to offer patients significant, lasting body contour improvement without surgery."

Though DualSculpting™ is not meant for the patient seeking significant weight loss and should not be considered an alternative to procedures such as liposuction, the technique does provide a nonsurgical method for healthy patients who want to target specific, stubborn areas of fat that do not respond to diet and exercise. Dr. Sarbak welcomes prospective patients to visit his practice to discuss how they might benefit from DualSculpting™ and what results they can expect.

About John M. Sarbak, MD, PA

Dr. John Sarbak is a board-certified plastic surgeon. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He has completed surgical residencies at both the University of South Florida, Dept. of Surgery and the University of Pittsburgh, Division of Plastic Surgery. In addition to his affiliations with Indian River Surgery Center and Indian River Memorial Hospital, Dr. Sarbak has been named Medical Director of the White Orchid Spa. His extensive training in craniofacial surgery has molded his approach to cosmetic surgery. He was involved in the early testing of Vaser Ultrasonic Liposuction System and uses this device to enhance results. Dr. Sarbak also travels annually to South America donating his time to help Peruvian children with congenital deformities of the lip and palate.

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