Has the idea of freezing fat as a means of losing excess unwanted bulges of fat ever crossed your mind? This is new and revolutionary way to ensure fat loss through a safe FDA approved method that is non- invasive and does not require any anesthesia, incisions or recovery time. The concept of freezing fat as a means of reducing excess body fat is a procedure that was patented by Harvard scientists
How does CoolSculpting work? The CoolSculpting machines mode of action is based on the concept that fat freezes at a higher temperature than skin or nerves do. Therefore, the fat can be selectively killed by lowering the temperature without damaging the surrounding tissues. The process leads to a fat in the treated areas being selectively killed, and naturally excreted from the body over the next several weeks.
The main benefit of the CoolSculpting procedure is that there is no exercise required or any other activity. There is also the benefit of the procedure being non-invasive. This means that there are no incisions, no anesthesia, no recovery time, no pain and you can return back to your normal activities immediately.
Take time and get to understand how the CoolSculpting freeze your fat technology works. You might be surprised by the value offered by the CoolSculpting device. The CoolSculpting procedure does not involve downtime or recovery as is common in other procedures such as liposuction. The procedure also does not make use of anesthesia, thus is safe to use for the people who are morbidly obese and cannot be recommended to have invasive surgery.
The CoolSculpting device to freeze your fat has been approved by the FDA as safe to use, thus can be used for any person with the desire to lose fat. As with any other fat loss procedure, time is required for the excretion of broken down fat from your body. This means that the process will take time for the results to be seen as this process takes a few weeks for the initial results and the final results will be appreciated at 3-4 months.
For a private complimentary consultation, contact Dr. Edward S. Kole at the Kole Plastic Surgery Center at (215) 354-1010.