Cryolipolysis

What is it?
Cryolipolysis typically referred to as “Cool Sculpting” by patients, utilizes cold temperature to break down fat cells. Fat cells are generally vulnerable to the effects of cold, unlike other types of cells. While the fat cells freeze, the skin, and other structures are safe from injury.
What does it do?
This comes under nonsurgical or minimally invasive options for fat reduction that uses cooling to reduce fat cells. This is one of the most accepted nonsurgical fat reduction treatments.
Does it need any preparation or restriction post procedure?
No preparation is needed. The treatment takes 45-60 minutes. There are no activity restrictions post-treatment. Patients from time to time feel sore as if they had worked out. Rarely do patients experience pain. If that happens, the patient should get in touch with the plastic surgeon, who may prescribe medication for a few days.
Who should not do it?
Patients with cold-related conditions, like cold urticaris, cryoglobulinemia, and paroxysmal cold hemoglobulinuria should not have cryolipolysis. Patients with wobbly skin or poor tone may not be apt individuals for the process.
Who Does It?
Cryolipolysisis done by a trained assistant under the guidance of a knowledgeable dermatologist.
Who Does It?
Cryolipolysisis done by a trained assistant under the guidance of a knowledgeable dermatologist.

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