Why Is Coolsculpting So Popular?

CoolSculpting CoolSculptingLosing weight can sometimes feel like you’re ramming your emotional health into the wall day in and day out. Not only can a weight loss journey be emotionally taxing, but it can also be physically taxing as well. If you have been trying to lose weight with diet and exercise but haven’t been as successful as you’ve wanted, then it might be time to add another step to your game with Coolsculpting from Gwinnett Dermatology. So, what is Coolsculpting and why is it so popular? Let’s take a closer look.

What Is Coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting is a non-invasive procedure that uses a controlled cooling technology to target, freeze, and destroy individual fat cells. Once the fat cells are destroyed, the body will naturally excrete them which leaves you with noticeable results after about three weeks on average.

Why Is Coolsculpting Popular?

Since being released and approved by the FDA in 2012, Coolsculpting has gain popularity amongst patients all across the country for a variety of reasons including:

There’s No Surgery

Even though surgical procedures like liposuction are effective, they also require a lot of downtime and recovery. One of the unique benefits of Coolsculpting is that it is non-invasive which means that you won’t have to worry about both surgery and a lengthy recovery.

Fat Is Permanently Destroyed

When we freeze individual fat cells during your Coolsculpting treatment, they are permanently destroyed— which means you won’t have to worry about them coming back. You will, however, still need to continue with a strict diet and exercise plan.

No Scarring

If you are worried about scarring after a body contouring procedure, then Coolsculpting may be the right thing for you. Because there is no surgery involved with Coolsculpting, there isn’t any scarring either.

Are you ready to learn more about Coolsculpting? Schedule your consultation at one of our offices today: (770) 972-4845.

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