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How Much Does Zerona Cost?


Recently approved by the FDA, Zerona is the first non-invasive body contouring device proven to reduce fat. As it becomes readily available at providers offices nationwide, what can consumers expect when it comes to Zerona cost?

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With so many options in body contouring available, there are several factors that consumers take into consideration when choosing their fat reduction procedure. How much fat do you want to lose? Do you want surgery? How much will it cost? Zerona is the only non-invasive fat reduction procedure approved by the FDA to slim down your body without surgery. Now the big question, How much does Zerona cost?

Zerona Results Dr. Elizabeth VanderVeer Before After
Zerona Photos
Courtesy of Dr. Elizabeth VanderVeer

Zerona, or Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) uses lasers to melt fat which is then expelled through the body's natural processes. Completely non-invasive, there is no cutting and no surgery involved - the patient lies beneath 5 strategically placed lasers for approximately 40 minutes, for a total of 6-9 sessions. "If you're a busy business person and you don't have time to recuperate from surgery, Zerona is an ideal procedure," says Dr. Robert Burke, a cosmetic surgeon and provider of Zerona in Ann Arbor, MI. These sessions are broken out to 3-4 per week and the end result is an aggregate loss of anywhere from 3.5 - 9 inches.
Zerona Results Dr. Thomas Barnes Before After
Zerona Photos
Courtesy of Dr. Thomas Barnes

While many providers are offering aggressive introductory rates for Zerona, such as Oregon Zerona provider, Dr. Elizabeth VanderVeer, expect to pay anywhere between $1,750 - $2,500 for a full course of treatment. With some providers, this cost includes supplements for after procedure care.

Not only is Zerona good for fat reduction, FDA studies have shown they may be good for your health. Dr. Thomas Barnes, Orange County Zerona provider says, "The FDA not only has approved Zerona for circumferential fat reduction (slimming) - they also have cleared it for improving the good cholesterol and lowering the bad cholesterol - that means improving the "lipid profile."

"I'm stunned," said VanderVeer Center patient Edie S. from the Portland area, "I lost 7 inches in two weeks. Unbelievable!"