Get Rid Of Your Stubborn Fat With CoolSculpting

June 15, 2022

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Woman body full length sexy beautiful and sporty.We all have areas of our body that hold onto stubborn fat, and no matter how much we diet and exercise, they never seem to go away. Does this sound familiar? Then we may have a solution for you! Here at Providence Plastic Surgery & Skin Center, we offer a non-surgical procedure called CoolSculpting that addresses specific problem areas on the body and eliminates the fat cells. This procedure has become very popular in recent years because it is convenient and requires no downtime. CoolSculpting is a fat-freezing procedure that is an alternative to liposuction.

Why Should You Choose CoolSculpting?

Fat freezing eliminates fat cells without surgery; there’s no downtime; it can sculpt and slim the targeted areas, contour your body, and eliminate any bulges. Millions have already done this procedure worldwide and are ecstatic with their results. Here at Providence Plastic Surgery & Skin Center, our CoolSculpting Master Emily Dial, has performed over 7,000 treatments on patients. Check out some of her results here.

How Does The Treatment Work?

This treatment is an FDA-cleared medical device developed through cryolipolysis. The device cools the fat cells with precision to destroy unwanted fat without affecting superficial tissue or other cells. This process is safe and effective, as the destroyed fat cells are released into the lymphatic system.

How Do I Know If I’m A Candidate?

If you’re near your ideal body weight but have specific problem areas that need help in one or more locations, this procedure is suitable for you. The common areas include the abdomen, thighs, backs of the arms, back/bra area, and under the chin. If this sounds like you, this procedure will be ideal for you!

If you are interested in CoolSculpting, contact Providence Plastic Surgery & Skin Center today! Call us at 704-771-1747 to schedule a consultation with us. Our practice serves patients in Charlotte, NC.