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For individuals unable to achieve their aesthetic goals by conventional means, a suitable surgical or nonsurgical fat reduction procedure may offer auspicious resolve. While liposuction remains the gold-standard surgical treatment for removal of excess of fat, nonsurgical treatment options, such as cryolipolysis (aka CoolSculpting), continue to gain popularity among patients seeking less invasive measures. While both liposuction procedure and CoolSculpting have proven to be effective in reducing Fat tissue and improving body contour, these two cosmetic procedures are, in fact, very different.
Today in this video Dr Rajat Gupta will be explaining us about the difference between Coolsculpting and Liposuction
CoolSculpting is a noninvasive medical procedure that’s also known as cryolipolysis. It helps remove extra fat cells from underneath your skin without surgery. During a CoolSculpting session, a plastic surgeon or other provider trained in CoolSculpting uses a special tool that clamps down on and cools a roll of fat to freezing temperature.
During the CoolSculpting procedure, the treatment provider will apply a gel pad and applicator to the skin to freeze fat cells. A vacuum in the applicator will suck the skin and fat up to contact the pad, which will stay in place for 30–40 minutes. The device freezes fat cells, causing them to crystalize.