Get Bikini Body Ready with CoolSculpting!

Get Bikini Body Ready with CoolSculpting!

April 20, 2015
By Susan Kamyab
The Plastic Surgery Channel

Preparing for summer

Summer is drawing near and the temperature isn’t the only thing that’s changing. It’s almost time to pull out the sun dresses and swim suits to bathe in the sun. The only problem is we might not be bikini ready.

Some of us are still carrying that holiday weight, or maybe we’ve just been struggling to shed those last few pounds that just won’t come off. Well, the good news is there’s a solution that doesn’t involve surgery.

Freeze the Fat Away

CoolSculpting is a non-surgical way to destroy fat cells. The patient’s skin and fat are pulled into a device with chilling plates to freeze and break down fat cells through a process termed, Cyrolipolisis. Approved by the FDA, CoolSculpting treatment results can be noticed within three months.

Liposuction might seem an extreme option when you’re only wanting to rid yourself of a tummy pouch or love handles. For those patients, CoolSculpting is an incredible option. The treatment focuses on the specific part of your body you want modified, but through a non-invasive treatment. Dr. Stafford Broumand, a board certified plastic surgeon from New York, says, “We can get a 20-25% reduction in the problematic area. The science is real and the outcomes are miraculous!”

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Make Your Dream Body a Reality

Instead of dreading the idea of putting on that swimsuit, or wondering when you’re going to have the time to diet and exercise before summer, take action now! In a few months you could have your dream bikini body. Consulting with a board certified plastic surgeon is your best option to get the best results possible.

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