What is Cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis is a non-invasive, non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to freeze and destroy fat cells.
The treatment is FDA-cleared and has been shown to be effective in reducing body fat in a variety of areas, including the abdomen, thighs, and love handles.
How does Cryolipolysis work?
Cryolipolysis uses a device that is placed on the skin over the area to be treated. The device emits cold air that freezes the fat cells. The frozen fat cells are then broken down and absorbed by the body.
What are the benefits of Cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis is a safe and effective way to reduce body fat. It is a non-surgical procedure that does not require any downtime. Cryolipolysis is also a relatively painless procedure, although some patients may experience mild discomfort during treatment.
What concerns can Cryolipolysis treat?
Cryolipolysis can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including:
- Fat loss
- Cellulite reduction
- Body contouring
How is the Cryolipolysis treatment performed?
Cryolipolysis treatment is a relatively simple procedure that is performed in a doctor's office. The procedure usually takes about 30-60 minutes.
To perform Cryolipolysis treatment, the doctor will first cleanse the area to be treated. The device will then be placed on the skin and turned on. The patient will feel a sensation of coldness during the treatment. The treatment will last for 30-60 minutes.
There is no downtime after Cryolipolysis treatment. Patients can resume their normal activities immediately.
Risks and side effects?
The risks and side effects of Cryolipolysis treatment are generally mild and temporary. Some of the most common risks and side effects include:
Cost of Cryolipolysis?
The cost of cryolipolysis treatment varies depending on the area being treated, the number of treatments required, and the doctor's fees.
Cryolipolysis is a safe and effective way to reduce body fat. It is a non-surgical procedure that does not require any downtime. If you are considering Cryolipolysis treatment, be sure to talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits.