Your body will undoubtedly experience several changes throughout your lifetime. Whether you have gained or lost weight, had children or suffered from a medical condition, your body will alter in size, shape and overall appearance.
Some of these changes are tolerable while others can detract from your appearance. When it comes to the accumulation of fat in your body, you might begin to feel self-conscious if fatty bulges are obscuring your natural physique.
Surgery is a common treatment method, but only those who are willing to undergo invasive techniques and experience some downtime will seek out procedures like liposuction or abdominoplasty. Others may desire nonsurgical methods.
CoolSculpting is available for those who want to permanently eliminate fat without incisions, anesthesia or downtime. You can find out whether the procedure is right for you during a consultation at the Medicare.
How does coolsculpting work?
CoolSculpting uses freezing technology, called Cryolipolysis, to destroy fat cells and eliminate them from the body. Rather than use thermal energy to melt away fat or surgical excision to remove fatty tissues, the procedure cools the fat to a point where it leaves the body over a period of time.
CoolSculpting can tackle unwanted fat through an applicator designed for specific treatment areas. When administered, the device pulls the fatty area outward and applies Cryolipolisis.
The cooling process immediately freezes fat cells, which your body will start to eliminate. Over time, your body will eliminate the fat, creating a slimmer profile.
Why consider coolsculpting?
In some areas, fat can complement the contours of your body. In others, however, it can upset your appearance and cause issues with your self-image. CoolSculpting is effective if you have one or more regions of fat that remain unresponsive to your personal efforts.
As much as you may eat a balanced diet or exercise, you may not be seeing the results you want. Particular pockets of fat may not budge, even as the rest of you loses weight. If you would rather receive minimally invasive treatment, as opposed to surgery, then CoolSculpting may be the right treatment option.
Your coolsculpting consultation
Fat can distribute itself in one location or several, and it’s important to determine the treatment areas that will require the most work. Because your body is unique, a consultation with a medical clinician in the Medicare will help you learn how CoolSculpting can benefit you.
During a physical examination, your clinician will locate the areas that need treatment. It’s also useful to express your cosmetic concerns and discuss your expectations for CoolSculpting. Together, you and your clinician can design a treatment plan that encompasses your aesthetic goals.
Most patients who receive CoolSculpting require only one session, but you can discuss secondary treatment once you receive the full results from your initial procedure. Because the elimination process is gradual, it may take several weeks for your results to take effect, but as they do, you will notice a progression in your shape.