CoolSculpting: Non-Surgical Fat Removal for Your Problem Areas
How would you like to eliminate excess fat from your problem areas — such as the thighs, bra line, or waistline — without the pain, high cost, or prolonged recovery time of traditional plastic surgery? Coolsculpting is a revolutionary new breakthrough in non-invasive fat removal that can give you the body of your dreams with none of the problems associated with traditional invasive plastic surgery, and in a fraction of the time and expense.
Coolsculpting works by simply freezing unwanted fat cells in a painless, one-time procedure. “Special ‘heads’ designed to fit and contour specific body areas are attached to the patient’s body and are then cycled through a special freezing cycle,” explains Dr. Miriam Hanson, dermatologist and cosmetic expert in Austin, Texas. This process destroys fat cells by a process of freezing and crystallization. The dead fat cells are then re-absorbed by the body over a weeks or months, leaving you with sculpted, smooth body contours.
CoolSculpting is the only FDA-approved method of non-surgical fat removal system that uses the power of freezing to destroy unwanted fat. The process is a quick, simple outpatient procedure that leaves no scars, requires no downtown or recovery period for the patient and is completely non-invasive.
Best of all, the resulting fat loss as the unwanted fat cells are absorbed by your body is gradual enough to appear completely natural. “You should see some results within the first three weeks, with most patients reporting peak results in about three months,” explains Dr. Hanson. However, this will vary based on the amount of sculpting and fat removal needed and may take up to six months.
More than three million people worldwide have successfully used CoolSculpting to remove problem fat from these and other body areas:
- Inner thighs
- Outer thighs
- Bra line
- Inner knees
- Excess chest fat in men
- Armpit folds
You deserve to look your very best, and Sanova Dermatology can help. Our staff of highly trained, compassionate professionals