What is involved in fat freezing, and what are the risks?
Fat freezing is a procedure that uses cryolipolysis to freeze and remove unwanted fat from your body. It can be used alone. In conjunction with other cosmetic procedures like liposuction, cellulite reduction, and tummy tuck surgery.
What is fat freezing?
Fat freezing is a non-invasive procedure that involves the use of liquid nitrogen to freeze fat tissue. This process causes the fat cells to release their contents. Which is then absorbed by your body over time.
The advantages of this kind of therapy include:
- Improved appearance and shape of your body.
- Reduced cellulite in some areas.
What are the benefits of fat freezing?
- Reduces fat. Fat freezing is a great way to reduce the amount of fat in your body. Which can help you achieve a slimmer appearance.
- Tightens skin. By reducing the amount of subcutaneous fat in your body. It will tighten up any loose or saggy areas on your skin. This can help improve the texture and tone of your face as well as other parts like arms. Thighs where there may be extra layers of skin due to pregnancy. Weight gain from eating poorly over time (think: potato chips).
- Improves skin texture/texture correction: Another benefit is that it improves the overall appearance of older patients. Who might have loose-textured lips due to aging or sun damage. They appear more youthful after having had liposuction done. Because this procedure removes all excess subcutaneous tissue down below without leaving scars behind.
How does fat freezing work?
Fat freezing is a non-invasive procedure that uses a device called Cool Sculpting. This FDA-approved technology uses cryolipolysis to destroy fat cells. Which can lead to visible results in as little as three months. The treatment is painless and requires no surgery. So you won’t need anesthesia or stitches afterward.
The treatment takes just minutes and can be performed in your doctor’s office under local anesthesia or intravenous sedation (if you’re feeling anxious). If you want to save money on the procedure. Check out this list of affordable places where they perform fat freezing procedures.
Is it safe to freeze fat?
Fat freezing is a safe procedure. There are no risks associated with fat freezing. It’s a much less invasive option than other cosmetic procedures like liposculpture and liposuction. While these procedures involve cutting off the fat from your body, they also carry their own risks of infection. Scarring or bleeding at the site where the incision was made in the first place (the abdomen).
If you have any questions about whether or not you should consider undergoing this procedure for yourself. If you’re just curious about how it works. We recommend contacting one of our board-certified plastic surgeons. Who can give you more information about our services and answer any questions. That may arise during your consultation appointment.
Can I lose weight by freezing my fat cells?
No, you can’t lose weight by freezing your fat cells. It’s not possible to lose weight by freezing fat cells.
If you do have an interest in this process and want to try it out for yourself, then there are a few things we highly recommend doing:
- Contact a medical professional before proceeding with any kind of procedure like this one; they’ll be able to provide guidance on whether or not it’s safe for you (and/or your body).
- Be sure that you’re healthy enough before starting any dieting program–the last thing anyone wants is an unnecessary hospital visit!
Are there risks associated with frozen fat?
- Skin damage: The main risk of fat freezing is that it can cause skin damage. This is because the freezing process causes the tissue inside your body to be damaged by freezing, which results in a buildup of ice crystals on the surface of your skin. When these ice crystals grow too large, they can create holes in the outer layer of your skin and possibly penetrate into deeper layers as well.
- Nerve damage: Like any other medical procedure or treatment, there are risks associated with fat freezing that may include nerve damage or infection from bacteria growing on the surface of frozen fat (which happens sometimes). If you have any symptoms such as numbness/tingling in fingers/hands after having this procedure done then it’s possible that you have experienced some level of nerve pain due to overheating during surgery which can result from improper use
We hope that this article has given you a better understanding of what fat freezing entails and how it works. If you are considering the procedure, we recommend doing your research on the risks associated with it before making any decisions about whether or not it is right for you.