Coolsculpting®

Coolsculpting® with the Zeltiq Procedure® is a new, non-invasive way to gently and effectively reduce fat in targeted areas of your body, resulting in noticeable, natural-looking fat reduction in the treated areas. What makes Coolsculpting with the Zeltiq Procedure different is its advanced cooling technology that targets and eliminates fat cells. Unlike traditional invasive surgical procedures, the Zeltiq Procedure is non-invasive, with no needles and no incisions.

The Procedure

During Coolsculpting procedure, a non-invasive applicator delivers precisely controlled cooling to target and eliminate fat cells in specific areas of your body. Upper and lower abdomen, 'love-handles' and in some people even the back can be treated effectively. When fat cells are exposed to cooling during the Coolsculpting procedure, it triggers a process of natural removal, which gradually reduces the thickness of the fat layer. The result is a reduction in fat bulges that is visible in most patients in two to four months.

After the Procedure

There is no need for anesthesia or pain medications and there is no recovery time. The procedure is performed in our Practice, under the supervision of a physician specializing in cosmetic procedures.

Preparation / Expectations

There is no need for anesthesia or pain medications and there is no recovery time. The procedure is performed in our Practice, under the supervision of a physician specializing in cosmetic procedures. Clinical studies involving hundreds of patients show that, for properly selected patients, the Coolsculpting procedure is an effective way to reduce fat without the pain, risk, and recovery time of surgical procedures. The result is noticeable, natural-looking fat reduction in the treated areas.

How to Proceed?

Book an appointment with our medical personnel and find out more about Coolsculpting in a friendly and supportive medical environment. You do not need a referral from your GP, but we would recommend that you do discuss it with them. Call the office to discuss your concerns with either Dr Oates or his nurse educator.

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