How CoolSculpting Can Help You Get Your Confidence Back!

If you aren’t happy with certain areas of your body but don’t want to get surgery, you still have hope. CoolSculpting is a great way to help you smooth and contour those areas of your body that you simply can’t improve with diet and exercise alone.

Treatment Areas for CoolSculpting

“CoolSculpting is ideal for treatment of visible fat bulges in the submental area, thigh, abdomen and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, and underneath the buttocks, also known as banana roll,” shares Shelley Winkenwerder, aesthetician and CoolSculpting specialist at Sanova Dermatology – Steiner Ranch in Austin, Texas. This procedure isn’t meant for people who are overweight, because those individuals are tend to be better qualified for a procedure like liposuction instead of CoolSculpting. However, it’s a perfect opportunity if you are generally in shape but struggle with stubborn areas of your body that simply don’t want to change.

Lasting Results

“Perhaps the best part about CoolSculpting is the fact that it’s a noninvasive procedure that can help to eliminate fat cells for good,” says Winkenwerder. “In other words, it is safe and effective,” she continues. The process is suggested by its name: it uses controlled cooling to target fat cells under the skin, which will die as a result and then be naturally removed by the body.

CoolSculpting usually takes about 35 to 60 minutes for the completion of a single session, and can be applied to several areas at once. Each patient is different so talk to your doctor about how many sessions you may need to get the desired results.

In short, Coolsculpting is a great alternative to a more invasive procedure like liposuction. Especially if you just have a few areas that need a little extra help to get them to your desired state, this is the ideal procedure for you. To schedule an appointment, please contact us.

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