With CoolSculpting local fat treatment becomes a painless and easy procedure. CoolSculpting puts an end to surgical procedures, which involve discomfort for the patient both before and after the surgery.
With CoolSculpting, candidates avoid time consuming and painful procedures, such as the pre-operative assessment, the admission to a hospital and mainly the surgical procedure requiring general anaesthesia, as well as emotional stress and all its possible complications and side effects.
With CoolSculpting there is no downtime, which in the case of an invasive surgical procedure this could be some days (or even weeks) of sick leave and abstaining from all activities. Straight after the CoolSculpting procedure, candidates can go straight back to their daily activities without limitations or any need for monitoring by medical personnel. No painkillers, antibiotic medication or any other drug is administered. You don’t have to wear tights, corset or other special clothing, and you won’t face sagging problems, as it happens with traditional liposuction techniques. And of course you won’t have any scars or other marks revealing the procedure performed.
The French surgeon, Charles Dujarier, was the first person with the idea of fat sunction and removal. Using a curette he tried to remove fat from the calves and knees of a dancer. The result was not only unsatisfactory, but it also resulted in serious complications as the dancer developed gangrene in her legs.
Surgeons from Europe attempted the use of various techniques of fat cells scarifying, which did not become popular, since they were interconnected with high rate of mortality and haemorrhage, as well as with asymmetries of the final aesthetic result.
Pierre Forunier has promoted modern liposuction around the world inspired by Fischer´s technique of liposculpture. To avoid inconsistent results, he recommended the use of the technique known as “Criss-Cross”, which is the transposition of different areas to be aspirated from different incisions and different angles. The main principle of modern liposuction was born by two
Liposuction became popular when the French surgeon Dr. Yves-Gerard Illuz presented the “Illuz Method”, which was based on the assisted liposuction through the use of an advanced blunt cannula. This method involved less bleeding, less damage to blood vessels, better handling of adipose tissue and faster recovery. Generally, this method is also the method that
The Italian surgeon Dr. Michele Zocchi suggested the liquefaction of fat using ultrasonic energy to conduct liposuction more easily. However this method was correlated to a high risk of burns and a need for larger incisions, thus very few surgeons have actually applied it.
Various other fat liquefaction techniques were introduced, based on the use of pulsed cannula, water, radiofrequencies (RF) and laser, in order to remove a larger amounts of fat. At the same time anaesthesia techniques were also being improved, and traditional liposuction was performed under local anaesthesia. However, liposuction is still a technique that involves the
American Dermatologists Dieter Manstein and Rox Anderson, Professors in Dermatology at the Medical School of Harvard University, present the theory of Cryolipolysis, breaking new grounds in the field of local fat treatment. They present a safe non-invasive method with certain, measurable and everlasting results.
CoolSculpting of the American company Zeltiq becomes the first and only FDA-cleared Cryolipolysis device for non-invasive and permanent elimination of local fat.
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