If you are tired of pesky bulges, CoolSculpting can offer a safe, effective, and non-surgical way to slim and sculpt common trouble spots, like the abdomen, love handles, and thighs.
Continue reading to learn all about CoolSculpting, including what patients can expect from their free CoolSculpting consultation.
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment that uses cryolipolysis to freeze and destroy unwanted fat pockets on the abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs, back, arms, chin, and jawline.
It is an ideal option for women and men who, despite a healthy diet and active lifestyle, continue to struggle with localized fat pockets
There are a number of reasons to schedule a free CoolSculpting consultation with one of our certified CoolSculpting specialists.
To start, a consult provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about the treatment, including how it works, expected results, and associated costs.
It also allows you to get to know our exceptional team of experts. During your initial visit, we will carefully listen to your concerns, inquire about your medical history, evaluate self-identified trouble spots, and perform a 360-degree assessment to achieve best results.
Based on this information, our specialists will then develop a customized CoolSculpting treatment plan and go over it with you in great detail.
We will also answer any and all questions you may have to ensure that you feel comfortable and confident about the procedure.
During treatment, a CoolSculpting applicator is used to gently vacuum fatty tissue between two cooling panels. It then delivers controlled cooling, which causes fat cells to undergo apoptosis (cell death).
Following the procedure, destroyed fat cells are gradually removed from the body through the lymphatic system.
If you are considering noninvasive fat freezing, please call our office today to schedule a free CoolSculpting consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented specialists.
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