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What You Should Know About CoolSculpting

So, you’re a regular at the gym and follow a healthy, balanced diet, but those stubborn pockets of fat just won’t seem to budge. What more can you do? At Heartland Plastic Surgery, we are proud to offer a nonsurgical fat reduction to help kill fat cells to slim and contour the body, without incisions, stitches, or downtime– the CoolSculpting treatment.

The Basics

The CoolSculpting treatment is the only FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn pockets of fatty tissue from the body. During treatment, the appropriate applicator will be applied to the treatment area, and cooling will be applied. Most patients read, check their email, or even nap during treatment. Once the treated fat cells are frozen, the cold temperatures destroy fat cells, leaving the dead fat cells to disappear from the body over time, resulting in a slimmer you!

Treatment Areas

This fat reduction treatment can be used on subcutaneous fat in many areas of the body using specially-made applicators. At Heartland Plastic Surgery, we can target the following areas with the CoolSculpting procedure:

  • Abdomen
  • Arms
  • Back and Flanks
  • Love Handles
  • Male Chest
  • Chin
  • Thighs

Who Is a Good Candidate?

Individuals who are already near their goal weight and follow a healthy lifestyle can often benefit from CoolSculpting to eliminate those last stubborn fat cells. However, it is important to understand that CoolSculpting is not a weight loss procedure and should not be done to treat obesity.

Contact Us

If you are looking for a non-surgical way to eliminate stubborn fat pockets, CoolSculpting may be right for you! To learn more about this body contouring procedure, the first step is to schedule a free consultation at our Cape Girardeau office. Contact us today at 888-515-2847 to get started!

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