CoolSculpting® is one of the most popular fat reduction options in the nation today and is giving liposuction a run for its money. The reason that many are turning to CoolSculpting® over traditional methods is that it offers nearly all of the same benefits with few of the possible risks. This is because CoolSculpting® is a completely non-invasive treatment option that requires little to no recovery time. If you have heard about this treatment and are wondering if it might be right for you, you can learn more about it by scheduling a consultation at our office.
CoolSculpting® uses cryolipolysis to freeze fat cells, destroying them and ultimately removing them from the body. Cryolipolysis was a method discovered in the 1970s by Harvard researchers who found out that children who sucked on frozen popsicles for lengthy periods eventually developed dimples in their cheeks. They then turned this knowledge into a treatment for unwanted fat on other parts of the body.
Today, CoolSculpting® is used in many clinics across the country and even around the world. It can be used on many of the most problematic areas of stubborn fat across the body. It can sculpt a new shape into the body and help you to look and feel your best.
However, you should know that CoolSculpting® is not a weight loss procedure. It is a body sculpting treatment. In addition, this treatment should not be a substitute for a healthy diet and exercise regimen that can help you lose weight. Instead, it should be used in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle and should only be chosen after you are close to or at your goal weight. CoolSculpting® is meant to be used on stubborn fatty deposits across your body that have not responded to other fat reduction methods.
Of course, we are sure that you have other questions that you would like answered before deciding whether or not CoolSculpting® is right for you. Therefore, we invite you to set up an appointment with one of our experts at New Image Body Sculpting in Glendale. Contact us today to book a consultation and learn more.