Is CoolSculpting Right for You?
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
If you are within 20 – 30 pounds of your ideal body weight, have good health habits for maintaining or losing weight, and simply want a little extra help in getting to the body you’ve always wanted, you could be a great candidate for this revolutionary procedure.
How does CoolScuplting Work?
CoolSculpting uses extremely cold energy to freeze and permanently destroy fat cells. Our CoolSculpting machine holds fat bulges between two plates with a strong vacuum. The plates are cooled to a temperature that destroys fat cells but will not harm your skin, nerves, blood vessels or any other part of your body.
Following the procedure, you’ll look the same for a short time. After a few weeks your fat bulge will begin to shrink as your body burns off the now-dead fat cells.
One of the reasons it’s important for CoolSculpting patients to have an established weight loss or weight maintenance routine is that this is not a weight loss procedure, as no fat is actually removed from your body. CoolSculpting is an aid. It will help you sculpt stubborn areas of fat. But if you don’t have the discipline of a healthy diet and exercise routine, the fat will simply be deposited elsewhere.
This is an extremely safe procedure with very mild side effects that don’t require medication or bed rest. Some common side effects include: temporary numbness, mild soreness, and mild bruising.
If you believe you would be a good candidate for this incredible technology, give us a call. We would be happy to discuss the details of this revolutionary procedure and answer any questions you have.
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