Category Archives: CoolSculpting

Why CoolSculpting® Is the Perfect Springtime Treatment

Vancouver plastic surgeon discusses non-surgical body contouring

Emerging from winter’s icy grip, something that promises to “freeze away fat” may not sound all that enticing. But spring is an ideal time to consider CoolSculpting®. At my Vancouver, B.C., practice, men and women are seeking ways to get trim for summer vacations. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that freezes fat cells, which are gradually absorbed by the body and…

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The Story Behind CoolSculpting®

Trends in plastic surgery lead to increase in CoolSculpting

Patients interested in cosmetic plastic surgery in Spokane are often familiar with CoolSculpting, an innovative alternative to liposuction. This effective treatment freezes fat cells without the use of injections or incisions, and patients can return to their daily activities immediately after each session. It’s not surprising that CoolSculpting has made an impact on patients, but how many people know the…

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Resize Your Thighs With CoolSculpting®

CoolSculpting garnered widespread popularity shortly after it became available at plastic surgery practices across the U.S., and now it’s making headlines again after receiving FDA clearance for non-surgical reduction of thigh fat. We’ve successfully used this liposuction alternative at our Albany practice for a range of body types. The cooling technology that effectively eliminates fat on the abdomen and flanks…

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