Will Cleveland area patients experience pain when undergoing CoolSculpting?
Many patients in the Cleveland area who have been interested in body contouring solutions have been excited to learn about the advantages of a procedure known as CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting uses cryolipolysis to crystallize fat cells and allow the body to flush them out. This is all done without damaging the tissues, muscles, and skin and can provide patients with an alternative to invasive procedures such as liposuction and tummy tucks.
Hearing of CoolSculpting elicits many questions from our patients who are interested in learning more about it. They know the procedure is non-invasive, but they want to know if patients undergoing CoolSculpting may experience pain. The team at Seriously Skin in Cleveland uses topical anesthetics on the skin before performing the procedure. Patients will notice a cooling sensation on their skin, but pain or discomfort is not typically reported by our patients thanks to the use of topical anesthetics on the skin. Patients who are uneasy about general anesthesia are relieved to learn that this procedure does not require it and that they can be awake for the entire process.
CoolSculpting is a wonderful, revolutionary way for patients to achieve more attractive body contours without going through plastic surgery. Patients love the ease of CoolSculpting and its benefits. CoolSculpting doesn’t require downtime, can be done in a short period, is comfortable, and affordable. Patients love the ability to change their look without surgery and with a treatment that is within their budget. The ability to have the procedure done and continue with regular activities is a large benefit for many of our patients.
If you reside in or around the Cleveland area and want to learn more about this body contouring solution, contact the team at Seriously Skin today to book a consultation visit. Our team of professionals can speak to you about the advantages of treatment versus traditional liposuction and tummy tucks, and can determine if you are an appropriate candidate for CoolSculpting.
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