One of the biggest downfalls of undergoing liposuction is the fact that you will have to become a surgical candidate and any type of surgery is riskier than a non-surgical procedure. In addition, you would also need to consistently fail a variety of weight loss approaches.
This type of procedure may also leave some type of scarring. After having the surgery, you may be able to return to work after a few of days, however, there may still be some scars and bruising on your body for several weeks. The healing process requires tentative patience and there are no exceptions with this procedure. Your surgeon may recommend that you wear a tight-fitting garment, similar to a post-surgical girdle in order to reduce the swelling. You may need to wear this garment for up to six weeks.
As you see, there are cons to having liposuction done, but there are also pros. The pros are undoubtedly losing weight, feeling beautiful and leading a healthy lifestyle that adds years to your life.
But wouldn’t you want to remove fat without surgery? The technology to moderately reduce fat is here and it’s actually pretty fascinating. CoolSculpting, is a procedure developed at Wellman Laser Laboratories at Harvard Medical School is based on research that has shown fat cells are more vulnerable to cold temperature than any other surrounding tissue. Extreme cold temperatures are emitted through cooling plates that suction the targeted area for an hour, during which time fat cells are turned from a soft to solid form.
Literally freezing fat cells through prolonged controlled cooling, allows the body to naturally metabolize frozen fat out of the body. Results begin to show in three weeks with progressive improvements within four months post-treatment. Is an effective and reliable non-invasive, FDA approved procedure that uses a unique technique for destroying unwanted fat. Having non-surgical options is important, especially when it’s concerning your health.