I have two children and I had fat left after my children how do I get rid of it without surgery as Iam scared to do surgery
How to Get Rid of Fat Tammy Without Surgery?
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CoolSculpting may be right for you
Have you heard about CoolSculpting? CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that removes fat without any needles, anesthetic or scalpels. It cools areas of the skin to an extremely cold temperature, causing fat cells to die and be re-absorbed into the body. It’s a non-invasive and easy procedure, and one that can make a huge difference in your appearance. It’s an ideal procedure for love handles and tummy fat, making it very popular for women who have had babies.
This non-invasive process help patients see results in 1-4 months. It is based on the patented technology called Cryolipolysis, and is very safe. By cooling the fat cells through your skin, crystals form in the fat cells, causing the cells to die by a process called Apoptosis. Your body’s natural inflammatory response to Apoptosisis is to naturally remove these fat cells. You’re actually using your body’s natural defence mechanisms to remove unwanted fatty tissue! My patients love this procedure because it’s non-invasive, painless and requires no down time.
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CoolSculpting Complete is a non-invasive way to permanently reduce fat
Visit the CoolSculpting website to find top providers in your area. Top providers are able to offer buy one area and get a second for free.
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CoolSculpting and Liposonix are reasonable options...
There are now some different methods available to consumers for contouring the body without resorting to surgery; what has to be understood is that the results may not be as dramatic as what an operation can achieve.
Both CoolSculpting and Liposonix are reasonable, safe, and effective ways of removing stubborn fat, but neither will tighten up the abdominal muscles or significantly tighten the skin, which is often one of the problems after pregnancy.
CoolSculpting uses a fat-freezing technique, takes about an hour per treatment area, and results can be seen in about 2 months, but can take up to 6 months to see the final result.
Liposonix uses ultrasonic energy to breakdown fat, and is a little bit more versatile in approaching and treating areas that CoolSculpting cannot, due to the way that it is applied. It can also take up to six months to see a final result with Liposonix.
The best thing to do to learn more about the options available to you, is to schedule an appointment with a board-certified plastic surgeon or other practitioner who has these technologies available to give you the best treatment advice given your body type. Good luck!
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Get Rid of Tummy Fat with CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting is an ideal, noninvasive modality to eliminate areas of unwanted fat without needles, scars or downtime. It's based on the principle of cryolipolysis, developed at Harvard Medical School. The fat cells die a natural death process, that is not traumatic (unlike the trauma of the surgical modalities), induced by Gradual, and well Controlled Cold Exposure. Please have an evaluation by a CoolSculpting certified provider and see how CoolSculpting can help you achieve the body you'd like to have.
Non-Surgical fat removal
Persistent localized fat on the abdomen is a great indication for some of the non-surgical treatments. We use Coolsculpting (treating with cold) for some patients and Exilis (treating with Radiofrquency) for others. Both treatments are completely non-invasive requiring no needles, cutting or anaesthesia and both give reliable improvement. We assess our patients inidividually to see which treatment would be the most appropriate for them. Good luck.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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