Templeton, CA (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
With the advent of a new technique called "CoolSculpting," patients no longer have to worry about painful and invasive surgeries that may take weeks or months to recover from.
Dr. Bradley Kurgis had seen the hesitancy of his patients when the topic of fat reduction was mentioned. "You could see in their faces that they were scared. Patients envisioned an arduous process that would be painful and possibly dangerous. But they wanted to lose the fat, so they were willing to go through with it. I’m happy to offer a sense of relief when I discuss the CoolSculpting process with them."
This innovative process works remarkably well at reducing fat in specifically targeted areas. CoolSculpting directs controlled cooling at the unwanted fat cells, which causes the cells to crystallize and eventually die off. The cells are eliminated from the body naturally, and the remaining fat cells condense, thereby reducing the layer of fat.
Kurgis is excited that his practice has added the technique. "It works phenomenally well. Patients can expect to see a significant reduction in fat in a single visit. It is completely non-invasive and requires no anesthesia or healing time. We think our patients are going to love it."
Kurgis has been working in the field of dermatology for over twenty years, but noted that the CoolSculpting technique was one of the most impressive developments he had ever seen. "Of all of the new techniques I have seen over the years, this is one of the best," said Kurgis. "It has become so ingrained in the public’s mind that weight loss and fat reduction procedures were painful, difficult and dangerous by necessity. That is simply no longer the case."
The technique has already become popular with patients. Because the procedure only takes one hour, and due to its non-invasive nature, Kurgis has already had a number of consultations with prospective patients looking to schedule the process. "It’s wonderful. My patients have been so excited to learn about the process and how simply it works," he began. "They had been considering other options before learning of CoolSculpting, but the idea of going under and needing extended recovery time was simply not palatable. It is nice to be able to offer a solution for these patients."