CoolSculpting is an innovative, noninvasive cosmetic treatment that uses the power of cooling to effectively freeze away undesirable fat.
This med spa procedure is excellent for patients who are unhappy with the appearance of extra fat on their abdomen, thighs, or unwanted love handles around their waist, and seek a completely non-invasive procedure to address these issues.
CoolSculpting provides a revolutionary way to restore a slimmer, toned body shape without the involvement of anesthesia or incisions or experiencing uncomfortable side effects. Rather, CoolSculpting can remove stubborn fatty pockets and enhance the figure in a relaxed one-hour in-office session with no side effects or downtime.
Rejuvenate Medical Spa, led by Dr. Bijan Farah, provides CoolSculpting to patients in Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, and surrounding communities.
CoolSculpting vs. Traditional Fat Reduction Surgeries
Liposuction, breast reduction, and tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) are some traditional surgical procedures to achieve dramatic fat loss. These procedures can create excellent outcomes and may be suitable for some patients. However, they are all invasive surgical treatments.
Similar to any surgery, fat-reduction surgeries also involve the use of sedation/anesthesia and relatively long procedure times. They are also associated with significant post-surgical discomfort and extended recovery durations.
While developments in medical technology have made these procedures quite safe, there still exists some level of risk of complications developing. These limitations of traditional fat reduction techniques outweigh the benefits for many people. These patients will usually derive the most benefit from CoolSculpting treatments.
CoolSculpting provides fat removal and body shaping enhancements that are similar to plastic surgery, but without many of the disadvantages of surgery. It does not involve the use of sedation or anesthesia and accomplishes fat reduction and toning without any significant incisions, traumatic suction, or injections.
CoolSculpting med spa treatment prevents damage to the surrounding tissue as it treats only the undesirable fatty tissues. This mitigates the risk of side effects. On top of this, it enables the patient to resume their normal activities almost immediately after the treatment.
CoolSculpting vs. Other Non-invasive Fat Reduction Procedures
Surgical procedures involve significant risks, expense, and recovery durations. Therefore, it is no surprise that doctors, as well as patients, have aggressively sought innovative and noninvasive techniques for fat reduction.
Treatments such as ultrasound laser and RF have been in use for a number of years to address stubborn fatty deposits that are unresponsive to diet and exercise.
Similar to CoolSculpting, these procedures also provide fat reduction and body contouring outcomes without the involvement of anesthesia, incisions, or injections and with minimal downtime.
But unlike CoolSculpting, these procedures use heat to melt away undesirable fat. Therefore, the patient faces the risk of burns, discomfort, pain, and other side-effects with these treatments.
On the other hand, CoolSculpting uses a cooling mechanism to freeze away fat. Therefore, it does not carry the risk of burns and potential complications related to heat-based procedures.
A Prudent Alternative
For patients who are unhappy with the appearance of stubborn fatty pockets that are unresponsive to diet and exercise, CoolSculpting presents a safe, noninvasive way to achieve a more toned, slimmer physique with minimal interruption to their busy lifestyle.
Rejuvenate Medical Spa receives patients from Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, and nearby areas for non-invasive CoolSculpting.
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