CoolSculpting is a revolutionary, FDA approved way to reduce excess fat. By targeting specific areas of stubborn fat (such as love handles, muffin tops, inner thighs), this procedure can contour the body into a more attractive shape. If you’ve been trying to get rid of unwanted fat from areas of your body, CoolSculpting may be right for you!
Female before and after from courtesy of CoolSculpting.com
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
The CoolSculpting treatment uses cryolipolysis to eliminate fat. Cryolipolysis is a controlled cooling process that freezes fat cells and kills them without harming surrounding cells. The fat cells are then naturally absorbed and expelled by the body. These fat cells are gone for good, so you can expect long term results from your procedure.
If you’ve been researching other ways to reduce fat without surgery, you may have found a number of non-invasive fat reduction options available around Charleston. It’s important to know that many of these treatments use sonic waves. Sonic waves and lasers target the cellular structure of fat cells but they also can cause harm to surrounding cells. With CoolSculpting, our patients can rest assured that their surrounding cells and skin will remain healthy.
Male before and after from courtesy of CoolSculpting.com
CoolSculpting can be performed in quick appointments. At O’Neill Plastic Surgery we are able to provide DualScuplting to allow for a quicker CoolSculpting experience. In just a few treatments patients notice smoother, slimmer contours.
Make Your Appointment in Charleston, SC
If you’re interested in learning about CoolSculpting and your options for nonsurgical fat reduction reach out to our team at (843)881-2130 or contact us online. Schedule an appointment to meet with Charleston plastic surgeon, Dr. O’Neill and our on-staff esthetician to talk through your best options, costs, and long-lasting, beautiful results. We are conveniently located on Daniel Island in Charleston, SC.
Dr. O’Neill was voted the Best Plastic Surgeon in Charleston, SC by City Paper readers for both 2014 and 2015!