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Non-Surigcal Liposuction with CoolSculpting Boston

Published on September 5, 2019
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Many people want the stubborn fat cell removal of a liposuction procedure without the time, risk, and expense of an invasive surgical procedure. This is where CoolSculpting comes in. CoolSculpting has been recognized as a breakthrough in the field of cosmetic enhancement for it’s state-of-the-art non-surgical treatment that can freeze stubborn fat and reduce it from the body. It is important to note, however, that neither liposuction or CoolSculpting are substitutes for healthy eating and exercise. It is further important that individuals considering CoolSculpting minting a healthy diet and exercise regime to maintain their results. Oftentimes people who come to see us for CoolSculpting have achieved an uneven weight loss–meaning that fat has been lost in most areas but they have fat cells in one area that have been resistant to diet and exercise. We all are pre-disposed to hold on to fat in different areas of our body. One person may struggle to lose weight in the mid-section while another person may struggle to lose weight in the thighs or arms.

If you have tried diet and exercise and find that you still have stubborn pockets of fat, you may wonder if CoolSculpting will get you the results you desire. Good candidates for CoolSculpting are at a stable weight, in good mental and physical health and have realistic expectations for the procedure and its potential results. You may be wondering what “realistic expectations” look like. One way to find out what kind of results may be considered realistic is by looking at various plastic surgeons Before and After Patient Photo Gallery. It is, of course, important to keep in mind that each patient is different and comes in with their own goals, concerns and medical histories that their Plastic Surgeon is working around. To learn more and discuss your options, contact our office to schedule your consultation with us today.

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