The right diet and exercise regimen can help you reach your goal weight, but they may not be enough to eliminate pockets of fat on your thighs, hips and love handle regions. These deposits can leave you less than satisfied with your silhouette, and you may feel frustrated as your efforts to trim and tone seem to be fruitless. Dr. Ghasri, our expert in CoolSculpting in Los Angeles, can help.
CoolSculpting is a safe, effective solution for fat deposits on the back, flank, abdomen and other regions. CoolSculpting’s Cryolipolysis ™ technology uses gentle cooling to break down fat cells so that the body can easily eliminate them. This FDA-approved treatment can reduce fat in the love handles and help you smooth and contour other regions, including your thighs and stomach. It is not designed to help you lose weight and is most appropriate for use on patients who are within a healthy weight range. Dr. Ghasri, our Los Angeles CoolSculpting expert, can help you decide if CoolSculpting is right for you.
CoolSculpting Los Angeles
There are many benefits to choosing CoolSculpting. Unlike other procedures, CoolSculpting is noninvasive. You will need no anesthesia or incisions, and you can get right back to your everyday activities without any unwanted downtime. If you and Dr. Ghasri, our expert in CoolSculpting in Los Angeles, determine that you are a candidate for this procedure, a gel pad will be applied to the treatment area, and then the affected tissues will be gently treated using the cooling panels. Treatment lasts about an hour per area treated, and any discomfort is minimal. Most people enjoy reading, listening to music or otherwise relaxing during the procedure.
After the area has been treated, the fat will begin to melt away. Results will become more evident over the next two to three months as your body eliminates the treated fat cells. Our Los Angeles CoolSculpting expert may recommend additional treatments at this point to help you achieve your desired look, or you may choose to have other areas treated. Results are considered permanent. Contact our office today to find out more or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ghasri, our Los Angeles dermatologist.