This is a new non-invasive treatment that effectively reduces fat in areas of the body.
The device is applied to the target area and then it starts reducing the temperature to attain the right coldness to selectively target the fat cells in that area.
The body responds with an inflammatory reaction that causes the body to dispose of the broken down fat cells.
The result is a reduction of the treated fat bulge (“love handles” or “muffin top”) that appears 2 - 4 months after treatment.
The whole procedure takes 1 - 2 hours on average.
Most patients experience minimal side effects.
Skin may appear red several minutes to several hours after the procedure.
All patients will experience mild bruising, but they can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.
Harley Street Surgery of London has been on the forefront of medical innovation. We continuously offer patients the most cutting edge techniques in medical treatment. If you would like to learn more about how you could benefit from this treatment, please contact our office for a private consultation appointment.
The completely no down time fat reduction and permanent fat removal procedure is accomplished by the scientific principle of ‘Cryolipolysis’.
This method makes use of cold to diminish fat cells in the body, thus improving the body’s contour.
This is a great alternative to liposuction.
The best candidates for CoolSculpting are already in relatively good shape, but have some fat bulges present that are resistant to exercise and dieting.
This is a perfect procedure for patient looking for fat removal and fat reduction without wanting to undergo a surgical procedure like liposuction.
The majority of patients undergo just one fat removal procedure.
Some patients have 2 - 3 total procedures for continued fat reduction.
CoolSculpting has been shown to reduce the fat in the treated area by 20%.
Additional treatments can reduce fat by another 20%.
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