1 TRANSFORM YOUR BODY WITHOUT SURGERY OR DOWNTIME. Freeze your fat away with CryoSculpting BEFORE 12 WEEKS AFTER
2 IT ALL BEGAN WITH NOT-SO-CHUBBY CHEEKS. 1 The revolutionary technology behind CoolSculpting was born from the simple observation that children who ate a lot of popsicles had dimpling in their cheeks due to a loss of fat from the excessive exposure to cold. 1 The idea that cold can selectively affect fat led to the innovative cooling process developed by scientists at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School. 1Epstein EH, Jr., Oren ME. Popsicle panniculitis. N Engl J Med 1970;282(17): Beacham BE, Cooper PH, Buchanan CS, Weary PE. Equestrian cold panniculitis in women. Arch Dermatol 1980;116(9):
3 HERE S HOW CRYOSCULPTING WORKS: 2 1 Many of us have fatty areas that resist diet and exercise. 4 Following treatment, the crystallized fat cells are gradually removed in the next few weeks and months by the immune system. 2 CryoSculpting uses controlled cooling to target and crystallize fat cells. 5 In the time following treatment, remaining fat cells condense, reducing the fat layer. 3 CryoSculpting only 6 affects fat cells. Fat layer reduction in targeted area leads to an improvement in appearance.
4 HOW YOUR BODY PROCESSES FAT FROM FOOD. 3 The fat you eat in food travels through your digestive system and to your liver. The processed fat is used as an energy source for your body. Excess fat is stored in your adipocytes (fat cells). HOW YOUR BODY PROCESSES TREATED FAT CELLS. A normal fat cell. Cooling is applied causing the fat cell to undergo apoptosis. The fat cells die by apoptosis and begin to collapse. Macrophages digest and consume the dead fat cells and lipids within the cells. The dead fat cells and their contents are cleared through the lymphatic system. It goes to the liver where it is processed as waste.
5 ACCUMULATION OF FAT. FAT LOSS AFTER CRYOSCULPTING. 4 A) What happens when you gain/lose weight? When you lose (or gain) weight, the volume of your fat cells changes but the number of fat cells stays the same. A Fat cells shrink in volume (Weight loss) B Before CryoSculpting treatment (Abdomen and flank) After CryoSculpting treatment, targeted fat cells are eliminated B) What happens after your CryoSculpting treatment? After CryoSculpting, treated areas have fewer fat cells. There is no change in fat cell distribution in untreated areas. Results and experience may vary.
6 YOUR DAY. 5» You are unique, so a customized treatment plan will be developed during your consultation to address your specific areas of concern. Cooling Panel Cooling Panel Tissue Draw Cooling Panel Cooling Panel» This treatment plan may require multiple treatments or visits.» During your treatment, an applicator is applied to the targeted area where tissue is drawn into a vacuum cup and controlled cooling is delivered to the targeted fat.
7 6 AFTER YOUR.» Most clients can return to their normal activities immediately after CryoSculpting.» Changes may be seen as early as three weeks after your treatment with the most dramatic results after three months.» Weight gain will prevent you from appreciating your full results. Maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine after CryoSculpting can help prevent this.
8 MULTIPLE AREAS: SCULPTING THE BODY. 8 BEFOR E 8 WEEKS AFTER CRYOSCULPTING Procedure by Kathleen Welsh, MD (No weight change)
9 MULTIPLE AREAS: SCULPTING THE BODY. 9 BEFOR E 8 WEEKS AFTER COOLSCULPTING Procedure by Leyda E. Bowes, MD (-6 pounds)
10 MULTIPLE AREAS: SCULPTING THE BODY. 1 1 BEFOR E 8 WEEKS AFTER FIRST CRYOLSCULPTING 9 WEEKS AFTER SECOND CRYOSCULPTING Procedure by Edward Becker, MD (No weight change) FIRST SECOND
11 MULTIPLE AREAS: SCULPTING THE BODY. 1 2 BEFOR E 20 WEEKS AFTER FIRST CRYOSCULPTING 4 WEEKS AFTER SECOND CRYOSCULPTING Procedure by Kathleen Welsh, MD FIRST SECOND
12 THE BUZZ ABOUT CRYOSCULPTING. 1 6
13 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. Do not use CryoSculpting if you have the following: 1 7» Cryoglobulinemia» Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria» Pregnancy or lactation Use caution before performing localized cooling under the following conditions, the effects of which have not been studied:» Known sensitivity to cold such as cold urticaria or Raynaud s disease» Impaired peripheral circulation in the area to be treated» Neuropathic disorders such as post-herpetic neuralgia or diabetic neuropathy» Impaired skin sensation» Open or infected wounds» Bleeding disorders or concomitant use of blood thinners» Recent surgery or scar tissue in the area to be treated» Hernia in the area to be treated» Skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, or rashes in the area to be treated» The effect of performing treatments directly over active implanted devices, such as pacemakers and defibrillators, is not known
14 COMMON AND RARE SIDE EFFECTS. The following effects can occur in the treatment area during and after a teatment. These effects are temporary and generally resolve within days or weeks. During a treatment:» Sensations of pulling, tugging, and mild pinching.» Intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, cramping. These sensations subside as the area becomes numb. Immediately after a treatment:» Redness and firmness.» Transient blanching and/or mild bruising around the edges of the treatment area.» Tingling and stinging. One to two weeks after a treatment:» Redness, bruising, and swelling.» Tenderness, cramping, and aching.» Itching, skin sensitivity, tingling, and numbness. Numbness can persist up to several weeks after a treatment. Rare side effects:» Vasovagal symptoms: Dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, flushing, sweating, or fainting during or immediately after the treatment.» Late-onset pain with a typical onset several days after a treatment and resolution within several weeks.» Subcutaneous induration: Generalized hardness and/or discrete nodules within the treatment area, which may develop after the treatment and resolve spontaneously within three to six months.» Paradoxical hyperplasia: Visibly enlarged tissue volume within the treatment area, which may develop four to five months after treatment. Surgical intervention may be required.» Hyperpigmentation may occur after treatment. Typically, it resolves spontaneously.
15 WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? With more than 500,000 treatments performed worldwide, CryoSculpting is proven, safe and effective. Typical side effects include deep pulling, tugging, pinching, pain and numbness during the procedure. After the procedure, temporary redness, swelling, bruising, firmness, numbness, tingling, stinging and pain may occur. CryoSculpting is not for everyone. You should not have CryoSculpting if you suffer from cryoglobulinemia or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria. CoolSculpting is not a treatment for obesity. Individual results and patient experience may vary. As with any procedure, consult your physician to determine if CryoSculpting is right for you.
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