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Cool sculpting

It is a non-invasive cooling of adipose tissue to induce lipolysis - the breaking down of fat cells - to reduce body fat without damage to other tissues. By exposing the treatment area to cooling via energy extraction causes fat cell apoptosis – a natural, controlled cell death, which leads to the release of cytokines and other inflammatory mediators that gradually eliminate the affected cells. Procedure The Freeze Sculpting procedure is fundamentally different from other non- or minimally invasive modalities. Other methods of fat removal primarily involve necrotic cell death by damaging fat with heat, high-intensity focused ultrasound or chemical injections. Each approach poses potential technical challenges, particularly with respect to targeting the right tissue depth and unintended damage to other structures close to or within the fat layer. Predictability of efficacy using these other techniques is also uncertain. In contrast, the Freeze Sculpting procedure induces apoptosis only in fat cells to gently and gradually reduce the fat layer while preserving all other tissue.

The procedure of Cool Sculpting:


Other methods of fat removal primarily involve necrotic cell death by damaging fat cells with heat, high-intensity focused ultrasound or chemical injections. Each of these treatment poses potential technical challenges like targeting the right tissue depth and unintended damage to other structures close to or within the fat layer. Also, the predictability of efficacy using these other techniques is uncertain. In contrast, the Cool Sculpting procedure induces apoptosis only in fat cells to gently and gradually reduce the fat layer while saving all other tissues.