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Eliminate Stubborn Body Fat with CoolSculpting

If you feel like you’ve tried everything – diet, exercise, the latest fasting cleanse, etc. – and you’re still seeing that stubborn body fat when you look in the mirror, the increasingly-popular CoolSculpting treatment may be the answer you’re looking for. You may have seen the satisfied patients of CoolSculpting on Dr. Oz, in magazines, and social media sites and wondered if the treatment would work for you. Instead of a more invasive treatment such as liposuction, where surgeons use an incision and suction to remove unwanted fat from specific sites on your body, the CoolSculpting method uses state-of-the-art technology that doesn’t cause damage or scarring of the skin. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical fat freezing treatment based upon scientific methods developed by Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. This procedure aims to create a more sculpted version of you.

What is CoolSculpting?

The CoolSculpting fat freezing procedure has been cleared by the FDA as a way to eliminate spots of unwanted fat without the risks of surgical interventions. Specific fat cells are targeted by the CoolSculpting wand. After the cells are treated, they crystallize and die. Your body processes the dead cells over a period of a few weeks or months, resulting in fewer fat accumulations on your body. During the procedure, the device is positioned on your body by a licensed surgeon, such as Dr. Brooks. Controlled cooling is applied. You can be fully awake during your treatment. No anesthetics or pain relievers are needed. During your session, you’ll be able to rest comfortably and read a book, check texts from work or just relax and take a nap. Multiple areas of fat can be treated in a single session. You may need one session or a few sessions to achieve your desired level of results. Learn more at

Benefits of Non-Invasive Treatment

The reason so many people are choosing non-invasive options like CoolSculpting for their cosmetic enhancements is because it does not involve anesthesia or other invasive surgical procedures, and results are seen quickly. Recovery time is typically short and while each person’s results from the CoolSculpting procedure vary, you’ll typically be able to see clear results after two months with continuing improvement four to six months after your CoolSculpting session. You don’t have to do anything special in terms of diet, supplement or exercise after your treatment. However, your new level of self-confidence may inspire you to try a new workout or continue to physically challenge yourself. After having CoolSculpting procedure, many of our patients take excellent care of themselves and maintain the sculpted look that the procedure created.

Book Your Treatment with Brooks Plastic Surgery

Brooks Plastic Surgery offers a wide range of non-invasive and life transforming procedures to fit each of your aesthetic needs. Ivy League educated, Board Certified and fellowship trained, Dr. Brooks ensures you will be treated to the highest level of care in a warm and personal environment. You can feel confident knowing that you are choosing an option that is ideal for what you’re looking to achieve for your future appearance. To find out whether CoolSculpting is right for you, visit and fill out the simple form. You can make a no-obligation appointment with Dr. Brooks to determine if you’re a candidate for this type of procedure. You’ll also learn about the ways CoolSculpting will personally benefit you, including boosting your self-confidence and helping you feel like yourself again. If you are interested in scheduling a consultation with Dr. Brooks or have any questions, please fill out the appointment request in this linkor call us at (954) 501-0505.

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