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*What Can CoolSculpting® Treat and Am I a Candidate?

Do you long for the results of cosmetic surgery but just can’t commit to plastic surgery? If so, then you are a part of a growing trend in the cosmetic realm. CoolSculpting® is a pioneering, non-invasive cosmetic procedure. CoolSculpting® results rival the results of surgical procedures but without the hassle or downtime. But what exactly is CoolSculpting®, and how do you know if it is the right procedure for you?

What is CoolSculpting® and what does it treat?

CoolSculpting® is a procedure that essentially freezes your fat away. It may seem too good to be true that your fat could disappear so easily, but with CoolSculpting® those dreams can become a reality. The procedure works by targeting specific fat areas and their consequent cells with a cooling process underneath the skin. The process works best in incremented sessions, and with each session you will see enhanced results. In most cases, CoolSculpting® is used to treat fat in the abdominal region, most typically to target areas with stubborn fat, such as “muffin tops” or under arm flab.

Are you a candidate for CoolSculpting®?

While CoolSculpting® is not a highly restricted procedure in terms of who can receive it, there may be people who are better suited for CoolSculpting® as opposed to surgical options. CoolSculpting® is highly recommended for men and women who have stubborn fat deposits, especially ones that won’t dissipate no matter how much they exercise. CoolSculpting® is also typically reserved for larger and target fat deposits, whereas surgical procedures may be better suited for those who wish for a more fat removal. If you have large, stubborn deposits of fat and wish for a natural and non-invasive procedure to get rid of that fat, then CoolSculpting® may be the ideal treatment for you.

Want to know more about CoolSculpting®? Learn more or make an appointment with Port City Plastic Surgery in Charleston and Daniel Island today.