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CoolSculpting is permanent. Does it hurt? How does it work?

Many people desire to reduce the fat around their stomachs, thighs and love handles. However, not everyone is willing to undergo an invasive procedure like liposuction. CoolSculpting, a non-invasive procedure that targets stubborn fat areas without the need for injections or anesthesia, is possible. CoolSculpting is a popular body contouring treatment. If you’re curious about how it works, you might wonder: CoolSculpting is a painless procedure.

Does CoolSculpting work?

You may be wondering whether CoolSculpting is a good idea or not. The FDA has cleared CoolSculpting to treat visible fat bulges in several parts of the body. This includes the abdomen, upper arms, love handles and under the chin. Dr. Schlessinger states that CoolSculpting addressed a major problem faced by a large portion of the population–unwanted body fat. It also allowed for a simple, quick procedure. The process has been refined over the years to be as easy or better than traditional Tumescent Liposuction. CoolSculpting is an integral part of dermatology.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is often asked about how it works and its differences from other procedures like liposuction. CoolSculpting is non-surgical. There’s no need for anesthesia and no cutting of the skin. CoolSculpting is not intended to be a weight loss procedure but a targeted fat reduction process. Dr. Schlessinger says that patients at or near their goal weight may be able to reduce stubborn fat by 20-25 percent using CoolSculpting.

How long does CoolSculpting last?

The CoolSculpting procedure can take up to an hour, depending on the treated area. Dr. Schlessinger states that most patients require two to six treatments in a given area. Patients should wait approximately four to six weeks between treatments. This is the time your body takes to remove the fat cells frozen during treatment naturally. Dr. Schlessinger has a practice in Omaha, Nebraska and offers CoolSculpting elite. CoolSculpting Elite has a shorter treatment time, often 35 minutes. It is more efficient than traditional CoolSculpting because it can treat two areas simultaneously with dual applicators. The Elite system’s applicators have been redesigned in a C shape to fit the contours and curves of the body.

Additionally, the cooling panels cover 18% more area. Dr. Schlessinger states that CoolSculpting Elite is the latest generation of this revolutionary technology. His clinic was the first to offer in-office for patients in the Midwest. This CoolSculpting before and after photos show the results.

Is CoolSculpting dangerous?

CoolSculpting is a popular body contouring process. Dr. Schlessinger states that CoolSculpting is painless, quick and easy. You can expect intense cold sensations during CoolSculpting treatments. He says that side effects may include swelling or redness after the procedure. There might also be mild cramping, which subsides over time. CoolSculpting’s complete safety information disclosure provides more details on side effects.

Who would be a good candidate for CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is not intended to be a weight loss process. Patients who are active and healthy but have stubborn fat that will not go away with CoolSculpting are best. Dr. Schlessinger states that patients should be within ten to fifteen percent of their target weight. They must also be motivated to maintain their weight or lose weight. I also look for people who have never experienced yo-yo dieting or significant weight fluctuations. This is important to ensure that people feel satisfied. After the procedure, weight gain in the 5- to the 10-pound range can cause great results to be lost.

Is CoolSculpting permanent or temporary?

CoolSculpting works to permanently remove fat cells from the body. Dr. Schlessinger states that if you keep your weight at the same level as before CoolSculpting, fat should not return unless it is extremely rare. “Additionally, if it does return, you can have a few more targeted sessions to tweak the area.

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