CoolScuplting: Beginner’s Guide to Nonsurgical Fat Removal
Nonsurgical fat removal is usually done as an outpatient treatment with the use of specialized equipment to create controlled injury to fat areas (ultrasound or cold energy, fat-freezing, or cryolipolysis), which results in consistent and efficient fat reduction, and enhanced body contour. When should you consider nonsurgical fat reduction? If you want to achieve a trimmer appearance without surgery, and you have undesirable but limited fat deposits located on your flanks, abdomen, thighs or back, nonsurgical fat reduction is recommended for you like fat freezing or cryolipolysis. Fat freezing or cryolipolysis and other nonsurgical fat reduction procedures are not weighted loss treatments, they aim to target hard to eliminate areas where stubborn fats deposit such as the abdomen, flanks, thighs, and back areas.
How are nonsurgical fat removal procedures performed? When it comes to ultrasound fat reduction procedure, premedication is not necessary, a thin layer of gel is applied to the skin, and the ultrasound transducer head is moved around the treatment area, with the entire procedure lasting from thirty minutes to several hours depending on fat volume. Cryolipolysis involves sucking up of fatty areas into a handpiece (two metal plates or fat freezing cup), in the area is slowly applied with controlled cooling or freezing. Coolsculpting uses the fat freezing or cooling technology, a form of controlled frostbite, killing fats so they are absorbed and eliminated outside of the body, and permanently reducing the number of fat cells. Depending on your skin type, the fat volume, the location, and size of the target area, your doctor may use a combination of different nonsurgical fat removal procedures. When choosing a treatment plan, your doctor will educate you about the different nonsurgical fat removal procedures available, possible outcomes and expectations, financial investment you need to prepare, associated risks and complications, treatment location options, treatment preparation, and after treatment expectations.
Cryolipolysis is considered a promising fat removal procedure and body contouring, that is a great alternative to liposuction and other invasive procedures. The common treatment areas of cryolipolysis include the abdomen, brassiere rolls, hip rolls and flanks, lumbar rolls, inner thighs, medial knee, arms, ankles, and peritrochanteric areas. Coolscupting is relatively safe and can reduce the number of stubborn fats for localized adiposities. Coolsculpting is the best option for those who want non-invasive treatment, unlike liposuction which still carries inherent risks associated with surgery.
With the new modalities available today, such as ultrasound, laser light, radiofrequency energy, and fat freezing, people can achieve the body they desire with lesser fear and more confidence. You can visit our website our homepage for more details about nonsurgical fat reduction techniques.