Lipolaser vs. coolsculpting, both claiming no injections. Which is best for me? I have small love handles
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Real surgery give me a real results
It is considered unethical to sell true surgical procedures on groupon.
As members of the American Society of plastic surgery and we can lose our membership by selling surgical procedures this way.
What you're referring to our non-surgical techniques.
If it sounds too good to be true that it may be just that.
I would rather see you talk to an expert and get straight answers rather than look for bargains out there.
Don't try to figure out on the Internet what took some of us 20 years with proper training to figure out.
Best of luck,
Mats Hagstrom M.D.
Lipolaser vs. coolsculpting. Which is best for me? I have small love handles.
The lipolaser machines utilize low intensity laser light to increase the metabolism in the subcutaneous fat cells, causing them to shrink in size. The procedure is painless and is best suited for circumferential fat reduction of the waist, hips and thighs.
The coolsculpting machine involves clamping the skin and fatty tissue between two plates which cool the fat cells causing cell death (cryolipolysis). The is some redness or bruising of the skin following the procedure, and some patients can experience some discomfort or odd sensations over the treated areas which usually resolve in a few weeks.
Although, both Zerona and coolsculpting are both FDA approved to reduce subcutaneous fat, results can vary. Neither treatment will be quite as effective in fat reduction as a surgical liposuction procedure. Before making a choice as to which procedure is best for you, I advise you to see a board certified plastic surgeon who performs liposuction and body contouring surgery as well as these non-invasive procedures. Your plastic surgeon should be able to give you the best advice as to which option would best serve you.
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