Spectrum Plastic Surgery

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CoolSculpting

Welcome to the modern age of medicine. After decades of research, medical professionals have developed various treatments, techniques, and medicine to help us live longer, easier, and more comfortable lives. One branch of medicine that has gone further than many other branches is cosmetic science.

Thanks to its recent developments, cosmetic science enables us to improve our appearance, correct deformities, and combat signs of aging. Wrinkles, fine lines, blemishes, scars, and excess skin and fat can be part of the past now. One of the most advanced techniques used today is CoolSculpting.

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What Is CoolSculpting?

Your body collects fat to ensure that you never run out of energy. But anything in excess is unpleasant. Following strict diets and exercise routines can help burn some excess fat, but some people don’t have much luck. When fatty deposits become stubborn, it becomes nearly impossible to eliminate them.

This is where CoolSculpting comes in. This non-invasive procedure uses cooling technology to literally freeze your fat away. It is extremely safe and has been approved by the FDA thanks to its effectiveness and results. Even the most stubborn fat can easily be removed by CoolSculpting.

The magic behind CoolSculpting lies in how your body’s cells react to cold temperatures. Unlike cells in your skin and tissue, fat cells freeze much faster and at higher temperatures. CoolSculpting exposes parts of your body to cooling temperatures, which causes the fat cells to freeze, crystallize, and die (known as cryolipolysis) while leaving surrounding cells and tissues unharmed. The dead fat cells are eliminated by your body’s natural processes.

Which Areas Can CoolSculpting Treat?

Numerous regions of the body can be treated to cooling technology, but CoolSculpting is ideal for areas where stubborn fatty deposits are commonly found. These include the following:

  • Chest
  • Abdomen
  • Love handles
  • Hips
  • Thighs
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What Can You Expect from CoolSculpting?

One of the biggest benefits of CoolSculpting is that it offers natural-looking results. Invasive body-sculpting procedures can leave behind unwanted post-surgical marks. With CoolSculpting, there are no post-surgical marks whatsoever.

After just one session, the treated area will appear much more toned and smoother. As the frozen fat cells slowly leave your body, you will notice the treated areas becoming leaner. There will be a considerable reduction in volume.

Following more sessions, the area will become completely toned as more stubborn fat is eliminated. The skin will be visibly softer and smoother. The area will appear slimmer and evenly toned.

Why Should You Consider CoolSculpting?

To begin with, this procedure is completely non-invasive and painless. There are several body-sculpting procedures on the market, but most of them involve invasive techniques.

Because this treatment option is non-invasive, it requires little to no recovery time. Invasive body-sculpting procedures require you to take some time away from your work and everyday routine to recover. After your CoolSculpting session, however, you can go back to your regular routine without any problems.

CoolSculpting also produces natural-looking results, which means that you can feel proud to show off your results after the treatment.

 

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