Does CoolSculpting really work?

For many years,liposuction has been the method of choice for removing those stubborn pockets of fat that won’t go anywhere with diet and exercise. But there are now non-surgical options as well, with CoolSculpting being one of the most popular. CoolSculpting is a safe and effective alternative to surgical liposuction, but does CoolSculpting really work.

What is CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting is a body contouring procedure that uses fat freezing technology to get rid of stubborn fat deposits. It is a non-surgical way to eliminate fat cells permanently. CoolSculpting is designed for fat reduction on areas such as the abdomen, thighs, and flanks.

CoolSculpting uses a method of controlled cooling known as Cryolipolys is to freeze and destroy fat cells, which are then naturally metabolized by the body.  The procedure takes 35-60 minutes, and some results can be seen about 3 weeks after treatment. However, final results can take 4-6 months to show, because the body takes time to shed the fat cells.

Does CoolSculpting really work
CoolSculpting does work. It provides excellent results for people with small bulges of unwanted fat. Unlike surgical liposuction that can provide major fat removal, CoolSculpting creates subtle but noticeable improvements in body contours (read more).

However, prospective clients should be aware that CoolSculpting will not work for everyone. Since the hand piece applies suction, candidates must have pinchable areas of fat that can be drawn into the device.

If you are contemplating having CoolSculpting done, be sure to consult with a board certified plastic or cosmetic surgeon to find out if you would be a good candidate.

CoolSculpting body contouring is available in Guilford, CT, at the Langdon Center for Laser &Cosmetic Surgery.

Call today at844-551-9880to set up a consultation with Dr. Robert Langdon Connecticut, and find out if CoolSculpting is the right option for you.

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