CoolSculpting in Tucson is a revolutionary technology that uses a precisely controlled cooling method called Cryolipolysis which targets, cools and eliminates fat cells. After a CoolSculpting procedure the body continues to break down the treated fat cells, now in a crystallized or frozen state, leading to fat cell death. Over the next two to four months they are naturally flushed from the body.
Cool Sculpting procedure here in Tucson is designed to target and destroy 20%-25% of the fat cells in the treated area. Diet, exercise and other procedures may shrink fat cells, leaving an open opportunity to increase the size of those same fat cells from a lifestyle shift. Fat cells freeze at here in Tucson higher temperatures than surrounding tissues. Cool Sculpting technology safely delivers precisely controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin. Over the course of the following weeks after your treatment, your body processes the fat and eliminates it from the body naturally. While dieting and exercise makes the fat cells smaller, this fat freezing procedure gets rid of them completely, allowing you to enjoy positive and long-lasting results of CoolSculpting!
Am I a Good Candidate for CoolSculpting Tucson?In recent years, a number of modalities have become available for the noninvasive reduction of adipose tissue, including cryolipolysis, coolsculpting, low-level laser, and high-intensity focused ultrasound. Each technology employs a different mechanism of action to cause apoptosis or necrosis of the targeted adipocytes. Among these technologies, cryolipolysis has not only been commercially available for the longest time, but has also been best researched including in vitro and animal models and randomized controlled clinical trials in humans. The principle behind coolsculpting exploits the premise that adipocytes are more susceptible to cooling than other skin cells. The precise application of cold temperatures triggers apoptosis of the adipocytes, which invokes an inflammatory response and leads to slow digestion by surrounding macrophages. In clinical studies, cryolipolysis was shown to reduce subcutaneous fat at the treatment site by up to 25% after one treatment. Improvements were seen in 86% of treated subjects. At 73%, the patient satisfaction rate is higher than with other technologies used for noninvasive lipolysis. Cryolipolysis has been proven to be a very safe method for body contouring, and is accomplished with only minimal discomfort. Expected side effects are temporary erythema, bruising, and transient numbness that usually resolve within 14 days after treatment. With a prevalence of 0.1%, the most common complaint is late-onset pain, occurring 2 weeks post-procedure, which resolves without intervention. Although no procedure has been accepted as the gold standard for noninvasive body contouring as yet, coolsculpting is considered to be both safe and efficient with a high patient satisfaction rate.
What happens during a Coolsculpting procedure?
In today's world, when everybody is working hard to earn more money for living comfortably in a highly status-conscious society...people basically fail to look at themselves or take proper care of their health. And, what is the obvious outcome of this erratic lifestyle? Well, an irregular lifestyle gives rise to several health conditions which may in turn contribute towards different chronic diseases and more likely give birth to obesity woes. Now, this is exactly why different fat-removal therapies have been developed over the past decade to enable people get back their lost fitness and health.
Talking about various fat-removal procedures...we get to realize that Coolsculpting therapies have become quite popular in the US and even other European and Latin American countries. It has been also found that people suffering from obesity problems prefer opting for these treatment procedures over other surgical fat-removal therapies. This is mainly because Coolsculpting happens to be a non-surgical method of body contouring and is completely successful in overcoming the shortcomings associated with invasive therapies. However, it would be fair enough to say that Fat Freezing procedures came into being after an effort was made to develop some fat-removal procedures that would function as an alternative for liposuction. And, it's quite interesting to know that it was very recently (in 2010) that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved these non invasive treatment procedures as alternative to liposuction.
The Cool Sculpting therapies are very effective and can be used on those parts of the body where fat is difficult to target, such as the abdominal regions, upper parts of the knees, flanks, buttocks, and so on. However, it is always suggested that patients should visit reputed skin clinics in their region in case they have made up their mind to opt for these non-surgical fat-removal procedures!