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Freeze Fat Dead In Its Tracks – CoolSculpting at Medicetics

We all want to look and feel our best, and for a lot of us that is centered around our weight. In a society obsessed with body image and social “norms”, there is so much pressure on us to fit into a specific mold. Losing weight can be a constant battle as what works for some people may not work for others.

It starts with finding a dieting and exercise regime that works for you, but even then it can be hard to hit your target weight. Stubborn pockets of fat around areas such as the abdomen and thighs are some of the hardest to shift, which is where Coolsculpting comes in.

Coolsculpting

CoolSculpting

 

Also known as ‘fat-freezing’, Coolsculpting is a non-invasive fat removal treatment that is both a safe and effective alternative to liposuction. It works through the use of a process called cryolipolysis, where fat cells are drawn into a vacuum within which they are exposed to extremely low temperatures.

The fat cells consequently die and are then naturally disposed of within the body over time. Just one treatment session is generally required to achieve optimum results, which are seen over the course of 3 months, post-treatment.

Coolsculpting at Medicetics

At Medicetics, your treatment experience is unrivalled. During the consultation, one of our highly trained and experienced practitioners, led by Dr Vicky Dondos and Dr Geoff Mullan, will assess your situation in order to create a tailored treatment plan that is suited specifically to you.

Take a look at our treatment page here and watch our video and take a look at some before and afters.

With the help of our immense experience, we will assess your fat type, skin quality and treatment area, ready for your Coolsculpting procedure. Our doctor led team possess a deep understanding of body sculpting in order to create the most flattering contour specific to your body.

Get in touch today to book your consultation; we’d love to hear from you and would happy to answer your questions.

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