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Fat Freezing

Updated on July 28, 2011

Freeze Fat FAQ

With any medical process there will be questions. When it is a new process such as fat freezing you may have even more questions. With a freeze fat FAQ you can get many of your questions answered.

Does the process hurt?

The concept of freezing fat may sound scary because it’s so new. It is non-invasive and therefore pain-free. Patients undergoing the fat freezing process do not require anesthesia. There are no cuts or stitches made to the body. An instrument with a gel pad is placed on the area and a vacuum like sensation may be felt.

What is the recovery time?

Because the process is non-invasive and doesn’t require any cuts to be made there is nothing that needs to heal. You can resume your regular activities immediately after the process. Not like other surgical methods of fat loss.

When can results be seen?

With the fat freezing process you can see results in just a few days. After the fat cells go through the freezing process they begin to breakdown and are reabsorbed into your body. As time continues the results improve.

If this freeze fat FAQ didn’t answer all your questions a consultation where this procedure is offered will be beneficial.

Freeze Fat Procedure

The freezing fat procedure can help target certain areas of your body. If you are one of the many people struggling to lose weight you may have tried many diet and exercise programs. Sometimes there are areas of your body that no matter how much you diet or how hard you exercise you just can’t seem to shrink. When you want to target a certain area of your body for fat loss it can be frustrating when conventional methods don’t work.

The process works exactly how it sounds; a machine attached to a gel patch is used to freeze fat cells in your body. Over a period of time those fat cells are destroyed. Your body reabsorbs the cell. The use of the freezing fat procedure can specifically target certain areas that you wouldn’t normally be able to with diet or exercise.

This process has been approved by the FDA. It isn’t ideal for a large amount of weight loss, instead it can help target the areas that are unaffected by diet and exercise. If you are looking for a non-evasive way to remove fat cells consider a freezing fat procedure to help target problem areas on your body.

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