Feel Amazing in Your Body This Year with CoolSculpting

If you’re tired of struggling to lose those pesky areas of stubborn fat and want to revamp your body without surgery, consider starting the new year off with innovative CoolSculpting® treatments.

David A. Bushore, MD, at Balcones Dermatology and Aesthetics in Austin, Texas, offers this advanced, nonsurgical treatment to address fat you’re unable to lose through diet and exercise. CoolSculpting’s power can transform your body this winter and give you a slimmer, nicely contoured body just in time for summer.

Why you have stubborn fat

As you age, your metabolism slows down, and your body changes the way it stores fat. Due to these biological changes, you may notice fat developing in certain areas, such as your abdomen and thighs.

No matter what you do, though, you may find that it doesn’t go away. These fat pockets can be discouraging, especially after spending months exercising and eating right.

In the past, losing this fat was usually only possible through invasive procedures like liposuction, where fat cells are physically removed from your body using vacuum technology. These types of invasive procedures require recovery time, increase your risk for scarring, and may not be the right choice for everyone.

Many people shy away from surgical fat reduction surgeries because of the inconvenience or fear of risks. However, CoolSculpting is designed to give you effective results without any of the surgical risks.

How CoolSculpting works

Transforming your body with CoolSculpting is ideal if you’re ready to slim down but don’t want surgery. CoolSculpting uses freezing technology that targets areas of fat that are resistant to exercise and healthy eating.

CoolSculpting freezes fat cells and permanently damages their structure. As a result, these cells die and leave your body naturally as waste. With CoolSculpting technology, men and women who don’t want invasive surgery can now address stubborn fat safely and effectively without the health risks associated with surgery and anesthesia.

CoolSculpting is versatile

The CoolSculpting technology is powerful enough to destroy fat in your abdomen, thighs, and back, yet it’s gentle enough to address submental fat that can develop under your chin.

Dr. Bushore’s medical aesthetician, who has been highly trained with CoolSculpting treatment technology, can safely use a variety of applicators to freeze stubborn areas of fat without causing any damage to your skin. There’s no need for incisions, injections, or anesthesia during the painless procedure, and you can expect to return to your usual activities immediately after treatment.

Treatments are quick and results last

CoolSculpting sessions take less than an hour. You can expect to start seeing the results of the procedure within three weeks of your initial treatment as your body gets rid of the destroyed fat cells.

Depending on what you want done, you may need multiple CoolSculpting treatments. At Balcones Dermatology & Aesthetics, we will develop a customized treatment plan based on your health history and your goals.

Over time, your body will continue to process and eliminate dead fat cells, and within 8-10 weeks, you will be able to see the final results. You can maintain these results with daily exercise and a good diet.

If you want to see what CoolSculpting can do for you, book an appointment for your complimentary consultation either online or over the phone with Balcones Dermatology and Aesthetics today.

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