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Dr. Aaron Rollins, founder of Elite Body Sculpture Featured by McGill University Publications

Esteemed McGill University alumnus and founder of Elite Body Sculpture, Dr. Aaron Rollins was recently featured in the “Medicine Focus” section of McGill Publications. Dr. Rollins, both a successful doctor and entrepreneur completed a plastic surgery rotation at McGill Medicine. He had initially wanted to study sculpture and came full circle, with his successful body sculpting business. Rollins set out to improve the traditional liposuction surgery, which is painful and involved, And he did so, with AirSculpt®, an innovative technique to remove fat without needles and stitches, exclusively available at Elite Body Sculpture. Dr. Rollins founded Elite Body Sculpture in 2012, and the practice has since grown to five locations: Beverly Hills, Sacramento, Houston, New York, and Chicago.

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The Younger Games actress, Kelly Deadmon recently visited Elite Body Sculpture’s Beverly Hills’ office to have a minimally-invasive AirSculpt® procedure on her love handle area. Kelly is a great example of someone who is in good shape, but has a problem area that just won’t go away. As she explains in the video, “Everybody has their areas that are diet and exercise resistant fat pockets…” Thanks Harper’s BAZAAR!!

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People En Español

Dr. Rollins and Elite Body Sculpture were featured in a story on People En Español, “AirSculpt: ¿mejor que la liposucción?” Check it out to learn more about the AirSculpt® procedure.

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Harper’s Bazaar

Dr. Rollins and Elite Body Sculpture featured in a story titled, “#BeautySchool: Are Your Knees Making You Look Older?”

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