In the past, many patients opted for liposuction, an invasive surgical operation, if diet and exercise couldn’t get rid of stubborn fat bulges. Or, they switched to radio frequency devices or to infrared technology, but there was little progress in these devices. Patients can now minimise excessive fat bulges with advances in technology and enjoy permanent reduction of fat cells through a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure called CoolSculpting that produces dramatic results. Check Los Angeles Coolsculpting.
With diet and exercise, CoolSculpting will eliminate areas that are difficult to reach: love handles, lower belly fat rolls, upper belly fat, muffin top, fat under the bra and back fat. It is an extremely efficient approach that enhances the contour of the body.
How can this be? By means of a groundbreaking technology called cryolipolysis, the FDA-cleared CoolSculpting operates. Fat cells are cooled to a temperature during cryolipolysis, literally meaning “cold induced fat destruction,” which allows them to be eliminated. The procedure is very safe: the temperature needed for the destruction of fat cells is higher than what would harm the skin, muscles and nerves. With CoolSculpting, the surrounding structures do not suffer damage.
The doctor applies a skin covering gel pad to the skin during the operation, and a CoolSculpting applicator is placed over the desired treatment area. The system draws in the fat bulge and cools the fat down to induce cryolipolysis, monitoring the temperature continuously and adjusting it as needed.
The CoolSculpting procedure allows the body to spontaneously remove fat cells through the lymphatic drainage system, unlike liposuction, in which the fat cells are sucked out of the body. The body then slowly excretes the cells over a period of several months.
Usually, treatment of each fat bulge with CoolSculpting takes one hour to perform. Love handles can take two to four hours to treat; using a special larger applicator, the lower abdomen typically takes about one hour. However, before the treatment, each case is different and the patient/physician should discuss this.