If you are interested in non-surgical fat reduction, chances are you’ve heard of CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is an innovative way to get rid of stubborn fat bulges and sculpt a slimmer physique. Let’s take a look at the many benefits of CoolSculpting.
What Is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting is a fat reduction procedure that uses controlled cooling technology to freeze away unwanted fat cells. CoolSculpting targets localized areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise. A typical CoolSculpting session lasts for about 1 hour. Treatment areas include the abdomen, flanks, inner and outer thighs, under the chin, and upper arms (learn more).
Benefits Of CoolSculpting
- Non-Invasive: CoolSculpting is a completely non-invasive fat reduction treatment, which means no anesthesia, incisions, or scars. It also has far fewer risks than surgery. There are some side-effects with CoolSculpting, but these are minor and typically resolve within a few days.
- Impressive Results: CoolSculpting can provide a 20-25% reduction in fat cells in the treated areas after just one treatment. Results can be seen after about 3 months because it takes the body time to eliminate the treated fat cells.
- Long-lasting: Whereas fat cells shrink with diet and exercise, CoolSculpting removes the treated fat cells for good. Therefore, people who maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly, can enjoy their CoolSculpting results for a long time.
- No Downtime: There is no downtime after CoolSculpting, so patients are typically able to resume regular daily activities immediately after treatment.
- Virtually Painless: Patients may feel a pulling sensation at the start of treatment, but the area goes numb within a few minutes and the rest of the session is fairly comfortable.
Are you ready to tackle those stubborn fat bulges with CoolSculpting? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Portage and Battle Creek, MI areas, West Michigan Plastic Surgery is our featured practice.
You can reach them at www.wmips.com, or by calling (269) 222-1611.