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What’s So Cool About CoolSculpting® ?

What’s So Cool About CoolSculpting® ?

In just one hour, a noninvasive procedure called CoolSculpting®  can contour away those love handles or other stubborn bulges with no surgery, anesthesia, needles or downtime.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting® is FDA–approved and performed by certified professionals. The process begins with an individualized assessment where a team of professionals evaluate every patient individually. A personalized treatment plan will then be designed based on the areas of greatest concern. During the procedure, a vacuum applicator is applied to the pocket of fat and controlled cooling is delivered for 60 minutes. The fat cells are then cooled to the point that they are programmed for apoptosis, or cell death. Your body recognizes that those cells are not needed anymore, and they will be excreted out of your body as waste. Once the hour is complete, the frozen tissue is then massaged and the clients can then return home and resume normal activity without any restrictions. There is no damage to skin or other tissue, and the discomfort is minimal.

How is CoolSculpting Used?

CoolSculpting® can reduce areas of stubborn body fat from the abdomen, flanks, thighs, chin, back and arms.

The body contouring procedure is specially designed for those who have unwanted fat in targeted areas. CoolSculpting® is not a weight-loss solution for people who are overweight. The best candidates for the procedure are people near or at their ideal body weight who eat well and exercise regularly and have pockets of fat that have not responded to a healthy lifestyle.

If hitting the gym and eating right are still not achieving the results you desire, Coolsculpting® could be the noninvasive alternative that you have been looking for. If you want to achieve your desired transformation for the holidays, a wedding, a reunion or family vacation, keep in mind that it takes 2-4 months to see the maximum outcome.

To learn more about whether CoolSculpting® may be an option for you speak to your physician or visit us here.

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