What Are the Most Effective Areas for CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting can help you transform your body into a slimmer, natural-looking form. Come to Southwest Michigan Dermatology in Portage, MI to discover how effective CoolSculpting can be. For more information, call us or schedule an appointment online.
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What type of fat does CoolSculpting target?
How effective is CoolSculpting for double chin?
How effective is CoolSculpting for back fat?
How effective is CoolSculpting on the arms?
How effective is CoolSculpting for belly fat?
How effective is CoolSculpting for hips and love handles?
CoolSculpting is a versatile treatment that can address areas of concern on virtually any part of the body prone to excess fat accumulation. Some of the most commonly treated areas include the abdomen, hips, thighs, arms, and chin; after a few treatments, these areas can see a significant reduction in body fat.
CoolSculpting is designed to target subcutaneous fat, which is located just beneath the skin. Compared to visceral fat, which surrounds the organs, subcutaneous fat is soft, flexible and can be pinched (like on the abdominal region).
Unlike traditional invasive surgical techniques like liposuction, CoolSculpting is a noninvasive fat reduction procedure; it does not involve needles or any incisions. This makes it a perfect option for treating a double chin and can achieve a sculpted chin and neck without the risk of scarring or infection.
CoolSculpting on the chin causes little discomfort. Once the applicator attaches to the submental fat under the chin, it takes a few minutes for the area to numb from the cooling; after which point the remainder of the 45-minute procedure is pain free. After the procedure is complete, patients often ascribe the sensation to a light sunburn. As the body processes the dead fat cells in the weeks following the procedure, results will start to become visible; full results of the treatment are noticeable after about 8 weeks.
CoolSculpting can target back fat and remove it without surgery or injections; this makes it a great option for significantly reducing the appearance of back fat, as it can achieve a smooth, even surface without the risk of infection or scarring. In the weeks following the procedure, the body processes the fat cells, gradually revealing results. The full results are noticeable after about four to six months; if the patient maintains a healthy lifestyle, the results can be permanent.
CoolSculpting is extremely effective at reducing arm fat, and because there are no needles or knives used, it is the perfect option for sculpting flabby arms, especially as there is no risk for infection or scarring. After the procedure, the body slowly eliminates the dead fat cells through urine; after several weeks, the effects of the procedure start to become visible. The full results are visible in about four months and can last a lifetime if maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
CoolSculpting is very effective at removing belly fat, and can help patients achieve a beautifully sculpted stomach without the risk of infection or scarring. The body will process and eliminate the dead fat cells in the weeks following the procedure. Initial results are visible within a few weeks, with full results visible in about four months.
CoolSculpting is also very effective when treating stubborn deposits of fat on the hips and loves handles. Following the procedure, the body processes and eliminates the dead fat cells, revealing the initial results in as little as a few weeks. The effects of the treatment gradually progress for about four months, after which time the full results are visible; they can be permanent if the patient commits to regular exercise and a healthy diet. Call us today to book an appointment for CoolSculpting, or visit our clinic conveniently located at 2750 Old Centre Road, Portage, MI 49024. We look forward to serving you! We serve patients from Portage MI, Kalamazoo MI, Milwood MI, and Vicksburg MI.
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