Dr. Robert Young and Dr. Jared Heaton of Rocky Mountain Dermatology can diagnose and treat skin conditions, and help you improve your appearance with cosmetic services. One service we offer is body contouring with CoolSculpting in North Logan, Washington Terrace, Brigham City, Marriott-Slaterville, and Bountiful, UT.
Weight loss can be a long and complex journey and getting rid of unwanted body fat may take more than sticking to a diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is a way to give yourself an extra boost of confidence by sculpting away stubborn fat.
What is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting in North Logan, Washington Terrace, Brigham City, Marriott-Slaterville, and Bountiful, UT, is not an alternative to weight loss or liposuction. What it does is allow you to target stubborn fat cells, so it is generally recommended for people who are healthy and fit but have pockets of unwanted fat. Even when you exercise to lose weight, some fat deposits can be very difficult to target. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that uses targeted cooling technology to actually kill off the fat cells.
How does CoolSculpting work?
The controlled cooling technology targets stubborn fat cells with energy waves to destroy the cells. In the next few weeks, your body process and eliminates these cells. Because this technique is non-invasive there is no downtime and only minor side effects like bruising and swelling in the treated areas. These should subside after a few weeks and you'll begin to see the results of the treatment.
It can take 2-4 months for the full results of the treatment to show. At this point, some patients choose to follow up with another treatment. Almost any part of the body can be treated with CoolSculpting and we create a customized freezing plan for you.
CoolSculpting in North Logan, Washington Terrace, Brigham City, Marriott-Slaterville, and Bountiful, UT, allows you to target stubborn pockets of fat and sculpt your body! Contact Dr. Young and Dr. Heaton of Rocky Mountain Dermatology for an appointment at (435) 787-0560 or (801) 827-9100.