Many patients want to look and feel their best, which may require them to eat better and become more active. However, there is a point when many adult patients are frustrated with their results, especially if they have worked hard and hit a plateau in their weight loss and body contouring journey. At this point, it may be beneficial for patients to speak to Dr. Shirley Olsen of Olsen Aesthetics about noninvasive body contouring procedures such as CoolSculpting.
How does CoolSculpting work?
Dr. Shirley Olsen advises patients who have stubborn fat deposits around the midsection to consider the advantages of treatment such as CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is a revolutionary, unique solution to treating fat in the abdominal area. The procedure essentially freezes the fat cells underneath the skin, allowing them to be naturally removed from the body over the course of several weeks to achieve effective contouring results. Most patients find that they can easily drop a dress or pant size with a single treatment. Continued treatments can provide more noticeable changes as well.
Why choose CoolSculpting?
There are many reasons why patients might choose to move forward with the CoolSculpting procedure. CoolSculpting is a treatment that is highly desirable by both adult men and women because it is effective, non-invasive, and completely safe! By using a method of fat removal such as cryolipolysis, patients can have noticeable results without traditional liposuction. CoolSculpting is also a way to target unwanted fat in a particular area of the body, which can be difficult to obtain with traditional diet and exercise. This targeted treatment for abdominal fat has been approved by the FDA for safety and efficiency.
Are you considering plastic surgery to contour your body?
Stop and learn about the benefits of CoolSculpting as an alternative to traditional liposuction and tummy tucks! Call (301) 251-2600 to schedule a consultation visit with Dr. Shirley Olsen of Olsen Aesthetics to learn more about the benefits of the CoolSculpting procedure and determine if it is a viable option for you! Her practice is conveniently located in Rockville, MD at 9711 Medical Center Drive, Suite #100 and is accepting new patients.