CoolSculpting is one of the most exciting aesthetic treatments introduced in the past few years, because it gets excellent results without surgery. It’s a relatively simple procedure, but it’s still important that you research the background of the provider performing your CoolSculpting treatment.
At my Naples practice, for example, my physician assistant, Brandie, performs CoolSculpting procedures. She is a board-certified specialist with a great deal of experience in cosmetic and medical procedures, and she also completed advanced training in the procedure at CoolSculpting University.
A minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that effectively reduces fat is an attractive alternative among our patients who might otherwise consider liposuction in Naples. Some of our patients, however, think that the CoolSculpting treatments are so simple that inexperienced providers with little training can get the same results. That is not true. A CoolSculpting provider with Brandie’s medical background and experience can assess an individual’s specific needs, which allows her to create the best treatment plan for each patient. That means she achieves consistently great results.
CoolSculpting uses advanced cooling technology to target fat bulges without harming the surrounding tissues. During the procedure, applicators draw tissue between cooling panels, and embedded sensors monitor the skin to ensure consistent and uniform treatment. An experienced provider is needed to know which applicators to use based on a patient’s body type and cosmetic goals.
Anytime you are considering a non-surgical treatment — from CoolSculpting to injections of BOTOX® Cosmetic or laser skin treatments — it’s still important to make sure the provider is experienced in that procedure.