4 Reasons You Should Consider Coolsculpting


Between healthy diets and exercise, people try their hardest to stay in shape, but with work and family responsibilities filling most of their day, it’s hard. Even with a great diet and lots of exercise, some fatty areas just won’t go away. The only real solution to these problem areas in the past was liposuction, but it’s so invasive, it turned people away in droves. Luckily, we now have Coolsculpting. This simple procedure uses cold temperatures to freeze away fat cells, allowing them to die off naturally through the body’s waste systems. Check out some of the top reasons to try coolsculpting as a next defense against fatty deposits.

1. No Major Time Commitment
It’s an outpatient service, making a time commitment as simple as a basic doctor’s appointment. Depending on the area to be treated, the process takes around an hour. Patients don’t require any anesthesia or other drugs so they can literally walk out of the appointment without a ride home from a friend.

2. Non-Invasive Benefit
Liposuction is known for its invasive process, requiring physical access to fat cells under the skin. This new procedure is entirely performed on the outside skin surface. A cold machine tool moves across the skin above the fat deposit. The machine is designed to send cold pulses to the fat while avoiding any skin irritation. There are no cuts or bruises to make this process painful.

3. Get Right Back to Work
If a person only has a lunch hour to spare, coolsculpting is a perfect fit. There’s no need to go home and rest after the appointment because there’s no real pain involved. The fat removal process is actually slow as it breaks down and leaves the body through natural waste removal systems. Go right back to work if you want, because there are no health issues to deal with using this sculpting procedure.

4. Self-Confidence Regained
There’s no way to quantify self-confidence boosts, but a sculpting procedure can give a person a new outlook on their body and life. And what’s better than that?

Don’t hesitate to call our office if you have any questions or are curious about the procedure.