Do you exercise regularly, maintain a healthy diet, have an active lifestyle and still struggle with unwanted fat? You’re not alone. There are many people with a similar lifestyle still dealing with stubborn patches of fat that refuses to go away. CoolSculpting is a great solution to this problem.
CoolSculpting, also known as Cryolipolysis is an advanced technique that targets fat cells under the skin and gently removes them. The procedure isn’t invasive so you don’t need to worry about needles or scalpels. CoolSculpting was developed by a team of Harvard scientists and is an effective way to treat localized swelling.
Cryolipolysis is a remarkably gentle procedure that doesn’t cause any injury to the body if it is handled correctly. An experienced doctor will target specific areas with accumulated fat and eliminate the fat cells. The results are quick and remarkable. The treated area will appear lean and contoured without appearing unnatural. This procedure doesn’t cause any damage to the skin and nerves of the area. This is a safe and effective treatment option for stubborn fat in most cases. Studies indicate that CoolSculpting can reduce the fat layer by nearly 25%.
Our expert will study your medical history and current state of health before they recommend this procedure to you.
This is a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure that requires no anesthesia. The doctor will use the latest technology and the most effective techniques to ensure the best results and minimal pain. Here’s a look at what you can expect from CoolSculpting:
Most patients want to target areas like belly, sides, lower back, and thighs with this treatment. It is also effective for arms, bra rolls, chin, male breasts, and other such concerns. You can consult with our expert to determine which option is suitable for you.
The effect of the treatment will vary from one patient to another. Most patients start to see results within 8 to 12 weeks and experience anywhere between 20% to 30% fat loss. You might feel a lingering soreness in the treatment area for a week or two, but that will dissipate eventually.
Book a consultation with us today if you’re interested in the procedure. Our expert will explain everything and help you make an informed decision.