The only FDA-approved technology available today to freeze stubborn fat is Coolsculpting*. It’s nonsurgical and scientifically proven to reduce pockets of fat. While results may vary and time is necessary to see visible effects, hundreds of real patients have seen real results.
Coolsculpting can treat up to 9 different areas of the body with visible bulges of fat. Including under the chin, the jawline, thoughts, abdomen, love handles, bra fat, back fat, upper arms, and butt. Yet, it’s important to note that Coolsculpting is not a substitute for weight loss. Instead, it’s an additional treatment for anyone who’s lost weight but is still aesthetically struggling with pockets of fat.
How Does Coolsculpting Work?
To understand how Coolsculpting works, we have to know what kind of fat it targets, namely, stubborn fat. In general, the number of fat cells we carry in our bodies is set during adolescence. As adults, we can remove the fat within these cells, but rarely can we eradicate them altogether just by diet and exercise. Herein lies the beauty of Coolsculpting.
Coolsculpting’s technology centers around freezing stubborn fat cells within clusters of dozens or hundreds. Simply put, these cells can’t survive under extreme cold. So, once they reach a certain temperature, they’ll freeze. Then, the body will rid itself of them by whatever means necessary — all within a couple of months! The process is called cryolipolysis.
Is Coolsculpting Right For You?
It’s noteworthy that Coolsculpting can help your body eliminate stubborn fat cells within a few months, but, that’s only realistic if you already have a healthy diet and an active lifestyle. Because Coolsculpting isn’t a weight-loss substitute, it can’t be the only form of treatment for patients who aren’t already at or near their ideal body weight.
Ready to Take The Next Step?
Do you think you’re a good candidate? While some packages and pricing will become available in time, you can ask Dr. Mirza for pricing now.
*Coolsculpting® is a registered trademark of Allergan Co.
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