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Here’s Why Coolsculpting Is an Excellent Alternative to Invasive Surgery

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In a recent post, we discussed who is most likely to benefit from fat-freezing procedures.  In that piece, we talked about BMI and other factors which determine whether Coolsculpting is right for you.  If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you fit the bill and want to find out more.

Here we’ll discuss why Coolsculpting is an excellent alternative to invasive surgery for those looking to reduce targeted areas.  It’s not a weight loss tool, but a way to reduce stubborn areas that won’t respond to your best diet and exercise efforts.  Let’s look at this revolutionary therapy that’s helped 3.5 million people worldwide address problem areas.

Coolsculpting and liposuction.

A lot of people equate Coolsculpting with liposuction.  But these procedures are two completely different things.  Liposuction is an invasive procedure which implicates anaesthesia, downtime, pain and bruising.  Patients are also required to wearing restrictive bandaging for a prescribed period.

With Coolsculpting there’s none of that.  This simple, painless procedure takes between 40 and 60 minutes per session.  Depending on your goals (one area or several), that’s probably all you’ll need.  A follow-up session determines whether the results are the ones you desired.

Coolsculpting’s results usually manifest in a window of 4 to 12 weeks, with continued improvement over the following three months.

But how does it work?

Coolsculpting is an FDA-approved treatment which literally freezes fat cells, without affecting surrounding tissue.  By employing state-of-the-art cooling technology, Coolsculpting’s controlled cooling effect causes fat cells to die.  They’re then assimilated naturally by your body and eliminated.

The temperature of your skin is monitored with self-regulating equipment which shuts off automatically if there’s a deviation in the temperature of your skin’s surface.  This ensures your complete comfort.

Without needles, downtime, pain or discomfort of any kind, Coolsculpting is an excellent alternative to invasive surgery like liposuction.

Living healthy is the best revenge.

When people come to us for Coolsculpting, they’re usually despairing about a part of their bodies they can’t seem to conquer.  Love handles and muffin tops are probably the most common complaints, but everybody has their favorite nemesis.

What’s remarkable about Coolsculpting is that the results are so dramatic, they encourage people who have the treatment to live healthier lifestyles.  They want to maintain their Coolsculpting results by exercising more regularly and eating more nutritiously.  That’s an incredibly positive result we see at Ethos with encouraging frequency.

People can get frustrated when they don’t see the changes they expect from healthy living.  That’s when they come to us.  Sometimes getting rid of that one little area can make a tremendous difference to people’s sense of wellbeing and that can lead to positive, enduring lifestyle changes.

Find out more!

Coolsculpting is an excellent alternative to invasive surgery that really works.  Our patients report excellent outcomes with this innovative, non-invasive technology and that makes us happy.  At Ethos Spa, we live to see people look amazing and feel incredible.  Coolsculpting can do that!

If you’d like to hear more, book a free consultation.

Dr. Hardik Soni

MD, Founder/Lead Physician

About Dr. Hardik Soni

Dr. Hardik Soni is the founder and Medical Director of Ethos Aesthetics + Wellness. His primary focus is on minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic procedures including botulinum injection (Botox and Dysport), dermal fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse), laser hair removal, chemical peels, and laser skin rejuvenation. Dr. Soni believes in a more conservative approach and his first goal is education. Clients are able to determine the ideal treatments after discussion with Dr. Soni regarding the expected outcomes, cost, as well as risks.

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