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Do I need CoolSculpting and who is a good candidate?

Hello and welcome to the first part of this 5-part guide to CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting first rose to prominence in 2010, when it was often featured on TV and other forms of media as a cheaper and non-invasive alternative to liposuction. If you’re considering CoolSculpting yourself or you just want more information about CoolSculpting then you’ll find this guide extremely helpful. In Part 1, we’re going to cover how to decide if you need CoolSculpting and what makes a person a good candidate.

Is CoolSculpting right for me?

The first thing to say about CoolSculpting is that just like liposuction, it is not an alternative to dieting and exercise. If you’re obese and looking for an easy way to lose weight then CoolSculpting certainly isn’t it.

CoolSculpting is intended to be a spot reduction treatment (i.e. it targets a specific area of the body) for people who have stubborn pockets of fat around their stomach that cannot be eliminated through diet and exercise alone.

There are many people of a healthy weight who have an active lifestyle, yet they’re not able to achieve the flat appearance they desire on their abs. If you are looking for coolsculpting procedure in sarasota to gets rid of fat cells in the area around the stomach – providing a much flatter and more pleasing appearance then contact Sarasota’s #1 Coolsculpting Center today. .

Am I a good candidate?

Just because you want CoolSculpting doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a good candidate for it. The best type of patient is someone who has an active lifestyle and is not excessively overweight. You should also be aware of how CoolSculpting works and the CoolSculpting results you can expect.

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure, which means you’re able to resume activities straight away. However, the final results are not seen immediately. The results of CoolSculpting can start to be seen in as little as 3 weeks in some patients, although it varies from case to case.

If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding then it’s usually not advisable to have CoolSculpting performed. Although there’s no evidence that it’s harmful, there’s no evidence to the contrary either since the device used for CoolSculpting hasn’t been tested on woman who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

In Part 2 of our complete guide to CoolSculpting, we’ll be looking at whether or not CoolSculpting is safe and what the common side effects are.

Have you asked yourself, “How do I find an Sarasota Dermatologist near me?“If so, contact Sarasota’s #1 Coolsculpting team at the University Park Dermatology.

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Dr. David S. Sax

Dr. David Sax is a board certified dermatologist in sarasota and an expert in Mohs surgery for skin cancer. He is dedicated to bringing you clinical excellence, highly personalized treatments, and accessible and efficient service. Whether you need treatment for a medical skin condition, or want to achieve a more youthful look with cosmetic or spa services, you’ll find state-of-the-art solutions right here.

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