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Enhance Your Confidence with Non-Invasive Coolsculpting Contouring

By Staff Editor
Jan 6, 2015 - 6:17:57 PM

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( - In spite of the name, most of us aren't in love with our love handles. We all have those little bumps and bulges around our body that we would happily banish given the chance. However, it seems that sometimes, even regular exercise and devotion to a healthy diet cannot completely rid of us of all our body's flaws.

Stubborn fat deposits around the midsection are particularly difficult to budge, yet invasive surgeries such as liposuction aren't always the right option for everyone. In fact, many people today tend to choose laser resurfacing instead of scalpels when it comes to rejuvenating their face. Fortunately, there is now a similarly noninvasive way to contour your body to the shape that you want.

Utilizing her extensive background in reconstructive plastic and cosmetic surgery, Dr. Rush Hillelson offers patients the opportunity to take advantage of innovative new coolsculpting techniques to slim and craft the perfect silhouette. A renowned reconstructive surgeon who has been practicing since 1985, Dr. Hillelson is well known for her skills and talent in enhancing aesthetic beauty.

The battle against bulge

In an attempt to get the body of our dreams, we have, as a society, tried all manner of different procedures, from lasers, to sonic waves, and surgery. However, the issue with all of these methods is that they can potential cause damage to other tissues within the body, which means extra healing time afterwards, and occasionally quite unpredictable results.

Coolsculpting is an innovative new option that doesn't burn or damage cells, instead, it safely uses the natural process of the body to reduce targeted areas of stubborn fat. You can even combine your coolsculpting treatment with other procedures such as cellulite removal, for those absolutely breathtaking results you've always wanted.

How it works

The coolsculpting process is an FDA approved treatment which requires no anesthetic, and very little downtime. You simply visit your local clinic and rest comfortably while an expert draws a problematic area of stubborn fat into the device using gentle suction.

The fatty area is then cooled, and although you will feel a chilling sensation, it's worth remembering that the skin itself should not be harmed. Generally, the treatment itself can take as little as one hour, meaning that you could easily get it done during your lunch time if you don't have a lot of extra hours to spare.

Once the cooling process has crystallized the fat cells in your body, they will be naturally flushed out of your body over time, allowing you to see a significant reduction in the area of treatment.

Are you a marvelous candidate?

Because the coolsculpting procedure is non-invasive and does not require the use of any potentially damaging chemicals, a lot of patients will find that they are a good candidate for treatment. As with just about any aesthetic or medical procedure, your doctor will carefully walk you through all of the aspects of your treatment beforehand, giving you an insight into potential complications and what you can realistically expect.

After the treatment has been completed, you might experience a sensation of temporary discomfort or numbness, as well as minor swelling and bruising at the site of treatment. Of course, coolsculpting doesn't replace the need for activity and healthy nutrition, but it does help you to remove that stubborn fat that just won't budge.

Dr. Ruth L. Hillelson

9900 Independence Park Drive
Richmond, VA 23233
Phone: 804.290.0060


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