In recent years, a new method of fat loss has gained popularity in the world of weight loss. This method is known as fat reduction by coolSculpture. This method was developed in Japan and is one of many similar fat reduction procedures. The coolSculpture method involves using pressurized air to burn fat cells, without invasive surgery.
CoolSculpting is an officially approved, brand of fat reduction commonly known as cryolipolysis. Cryolipolysis and other methods of cryolipocytosis use cold temperatures to breakdown fat cells. Many different methods of coolSculption use cooling followed by a quick vacuum exposure of the fat cells to minimize any damage to the individual’s tissues. For example, if a patient is suffering from a herniated disc, coolSculPTure may be the best choice. However, because this surgery involves placing a needle in a very sensitive area, it should be considered as a major surgery, and patients should seek medical advice before undergoing any procedure.
As mentioned above, coolSculption and all other forms of coolSculPTure use pressurized air to burn fat cells, without any invasive surgery. This method has quickly become popular for use in the treatment of obesity. For example, if you have large hips, then coolSculption may be the best option for you. Because the air cools and reduces the size of the fat cells, they can be used to shrink your waistline. If you have large thighs, then coolSculption can be used to reduce the overall size of those areas, which also helps you with weight loss. CoolSculpting can also be used to reduce fat in your face and arms, legs, abdomen, and butt.
All forms of fat reduction procedures are relatively safe, although there are some risks involved with a liposuction procedure. One of the most common side effects of liposuction, however, is fluid retention. This can lead to swelling and, if it becomes excessive, can interfere with other, more complicated procedures. Fluid retention can also occur if the patient drinks too much water after the procedure. Some patients experience minor swelling and redness after the procedure, but these usually go away within a few days.
Another form of fat reduction treatment uses very cold temperatures to destroy fat cells, but it has its own set of risks and side effects. This method called cryolipsolysis, for example, uses extremely low temperatures and low pressure to destroy fat cells. This technique, however, has been shown to be effective in the treatment of some forms of obesity. Cryolipsolysis is not commonly used as a stand-alone procedure, but is frequently used in conjunction with other procedures to achieve greater results.
Both cryotherapy and non-surgical liposuction are often recommended for weight loss, although there are many additional techniques available. A patient seeking non-surgical fat reduction should speak to a doctor to determine which technique might be right for his or her case. One of the most important things to keep in mind is that any non-surgical treatments should always be performed under the supervision of a medical professional. This will ensure that the treatment is done safely and effectively. Some patients will be considered too risky or too weak for cryotherapy and liposuction alone; however, these patients could prove to be beneficial if they combine these treatments with other methods for overall fat reduction. Whichever non-surgical fat reduction treatment is chosen, patients should always remember to follow all of the post-treatment instructions given by their physician.