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WHY LASER LIPO?

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There are OTHER procedures claiming to eliminate fat but they aren't all the same. Laser Lipo can help you BETTER than the rest.

Here is a list of reasons to chose Laser Lipo:

  • It Works!

  • Non-Surgical

  • Non-Invasive

  • Zero Downtime 

  • Immediate Results (before and after pictures and measurements prove it!)

  • Cumulative Results (the results keep getting better)

  • FDA Cleared

  • Lose Inches (average inch loss is 4 inches in 8 sessions in one month)

  • Painless

  • Go Down 1 - 2 pants sizes in one month

  • Patented

  • Results for all ages, shapes, and sizes

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WHY NOT COOLSCULPTING?

Laser Lipo

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CoolSculpting

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Many new patients  think Laser Lipo is the same as CoolSculpting and that couldn't be more wrong. Laser Lipo is much less invasive, and provides far superior results. Here is a list of facts and information comparing the two procedures:

  • If you can pinch more than an inch, you are NOT a candidate for CoolSculpting (which is often not explained by providers). Laser Lipo can be done to all shapes and sizes.

  • The size of the area treated for the abdomen with CoolSculpting (which can be seen in the CoolSculpting photo here) is about the size of a stick of butter. Laser Lipo covers your entire upper and lower abdomen, often extending around to also target the back and bra line areas.

  • Your price for CoolSculpting is for one treatment. Your price for Laser Lipo is for 8 treatments.

  • CoolSculpting can be painful and requires healing. Laser Lipo is pain free and there is no downtime.

  • Laser Lipo has no side effects. CoolSculpting can have the following: pain, extensive brusing, swelling, lingering nerve pain (for up to 6 weeks), and PAH (Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia is when the treated area expands and hardens into an unnaturally shaped lump that does not go away, which occurs in 1 out of 138 procedures).

Some Facts about CoolSculpting

  • Otherwise known as cryolipolysis, CoolSculpting uses a vacuum-like applicator to suction an area of fat into a machine that deep-freezes your fat cells eventually causing them to die and be expelled by your lymphatic system, hoping to help a treated area MARGINALLY slim down.

 

  • After an hour in the machine, your fat is frozen solid, looking oddly like a stick of butter, and is then manually and painfully massaged to rapidly thaw the area.

  • CoolSculpting is at best uncomfortable and at worst quite painful.

  • Remember the old saying, can you “pinch an inch”? Well, if you can pinch more than an inch, you are NOT a candidate for CoolSculpting and many unethical practitioners will not be honest with you about that. Instead, they will attempt to sell you on doing many different areas of the body in back-to-back sessions.

  • Despite the expense of the treatment, multiple sessions are suggested. You don’t see your results for a few months, in some cases up to six months or after your second session before seeing best results. You have to have patience.

  • Don’t underestimate the side effects which can include massive bruising, pain, swelling, lingering tingling nerve pain that can last up to six weeks, and PAH (described below).

  • CoolScuplting has a potential side effect that appears to be more common than originally thought called Paradoxical (abnormal) Adipose (fat) Hyperplasia (unusual increase in a structure) or PAH. Sometimes the fat in the treated area expands and hardens into an unnaturally shaped lump in response to the extreme cold. Instead of gradually shrinking, the bulge actually gets bigger and firmer than the surrounding tissues, often resembling a “stick of butter” (the shape of the CoolScuplting applicator). Recent studies show that PAH occurs far more often – 1 out of 138 treatments – than the manufacturer has previously reported – 1 out of 4,000 treatments, which is a big difference!

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