Stamford, CT, November 06, 2014 (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
Dr. Omar Ibrahimi, Dermatologist and Director of the Connecticut Skin Institute, is one of the first physician’s to offer the new CoolSmooth handpiece, a new applicator for the Coolsculpting procedure which allows the removal of fat on the thighs. The procedure is entirely non-invasive, with little to no recovery time, no surgery and minimal risks. More information is available at http://www.ctskindoc.com.
“Coolsculpting is well-proven technology developed by two dermatologists at Harvard Medical School. What is most amazing is that it involves minimal discomfort, and can have a modest to profound effect on the fat in treated areas. The technology sounds too good to be true but is backed up by research performed at Massachusetts General Hospital. Now we use this same technology on adults’ thighs to eliminate fat easily.” – Dr. Omar Ibrahimi, Director, Connecticut Skin Institute.
CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved technology that involves placing a device onto the skin. The proprietary technology uses a controlled cooling protocol to freezes the fat cells in a specific fashion. Those fat cells then drain naturally die. The change is permanent as adults cannot make new fat cells. Patients simply need to maintain a healthy diet and exercise to preserve their results. CoolSculpting is proving to be an effective and safe way for a person to reduce their size and the appearance of fat on their bodies.
“This procedure is not liposuction, which until now has been the most effective way to remove fat cells. Liposuction involves surgery, anesthesia, incisions and mechanically removing the fat. The risks with liposuction include mycobacterial infections, scarring, and even death. With Coolsculpting, the entire procedure is non-invasive, and many of my patients resume full activity immediately.” – Dr. Omar Ibrahimi, Director, Connecticut Skin Institute. Given these advantages, Coolsculpting is quickly becoming considered the liposuction alternative.
The Connecticut Skin Institute has the added advantage in that its medical director, Dr. Omar Ibrahimi trained at the birthplace of Coolsculpting and trained directly with the inventors of the technology. “The success of the treatment requires a proper evaluation and assessment. Simply sticking the device on does not ensure a successful and natural outcome,” says Dr. Ibrahimi.
Dr. Omar Ibrahimi is the founding and medical director of the Connecticut Skin Institute. He is a board certified Dermatologist who has completed advanced fellowship training in Skin Cancer, Laser and non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Dr. Ibrahimi has trained at the most prestigious medical institutions in the country. He is one of the foremost physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of skin cancer, as well as medical and cosmetic issues involving the skin.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Dr. Omar Ibrahimi at 203-428-4440 or email info(at)ctskindoc.com.