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Get a Flatter Belly Without Surgery or Downtime

There’s no body part that triggers more frustration for people than the tummy. Even if you follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly, it can be nearly impossible to shed stubborn pockets of fat that refuse to budge and get the toned belly of your dreams. 

At Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida, we have good news. Thanks to advances in aesthetic medicine, there’s a treatment that can give you a flatter belly without surgery or downtime: noninvasive CoolSculpting®

Christopher Brooks, MD, and his aesthetic team are dedicated to helping our patients look and feel their best. During your consultation, our team helps you decide if CoolSculpting is the right option to help you meet your aesthetic goals. 

In the meantime, keep reading to learn more about this nonsurgical treatment that helps eliminate stubborn belly fat—no incisions, scalpels, or sutures required!

About noninvasive CoolSculpting

Nonsurgical body contouring with FDA-approved CoolSculpting works by freezing stubborn deposits of fat in the targeted treatment area. 

The cold temperatures safely and effectively break down fat cells, causing them to die, while leaving the surrounding tissues unharmed. 

After your treatment, it takes several weeks for your body to naturally remove the dead fat cells. It processes and carries them away with other cellular waste through your lymphatic system. The number of treatment sessions you need to achieve your goals depends on different factors.  

Getting a flatter tummy with CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting is a highly effective way to get a flatter tummy. On average, patients see a 20% reduction in fat after each session! 

And if you have other trouble zones, you can use CoolSculpting to zap fat there, too, including the:

You might feel a light pulling or tugging sensation, but the treatment doesn’t cause any pain. Each session only takes around 30 minutes, and you don’t have to worry about recovery time or downtime after your session. 

In fact, at Brooks Plastic Surgery, many of our patients schedule their CoolSculpting session on their lunch breaks and return to their normal daily activities right away! 

It takes a few months for your body to remove the fat cells, so for a beach-ready belly this summer, be sure to start treatments in winter or spring. 

Keep in mind that even though the treated cells won’t return, if you gain weight, you may develop fat pockets in other areas.       

Eligibility for CoolSculpting treatments 

Most adults in good health and at or near their ideal weight are eligible for treatments with noninvasive CoolSculpting. However, the best way to learn if this nonsurgical treatment is right for you is by meeting with an aesthetic provider.

At Brooks Plastic Surgery, we offer obligation-free consultations to help you determine which treatments are right for you. In general, CoolSculpting may be a good option if you:

Ready to learn more about getting a flatter belly without surgery or downtime? Schedule an appointment online or over the phone with a provider at Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida.

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