Fat Freezing or Liposuction Results Gone Wrong? Let Revision AirSculpt® Fix That In No Time

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Fat freezing, also known as cryolipolysis, is a vastly marketed cosmetic procedure that promises to eliminate fat in a minimally invasive manner. In other words, this is done without the need for surgery. 

Fat freezing companies establish that they can reduce body fat without directly removing any from your body. As miraculous as it may seem, that's all it has the potential of being: a miracle. 

It is important to note that fat freezing processes, even though they are sworn to be painless and void of side effects, are painful, unpredictable, expensive, and lengthy procedures.

Does Fat Freezing Work?

The average fat freezing session takes around 4 hours. For optimal results, providers recommend multiple sessions, making the process longer than you'd be willing to bear.

Fat freezing procedures can result in the abnormal growth of fat, medically known as paradoxical hyperplasia post-cryolipolysis, the most concerning side effect of all. The reason behind its occurrence is unknown, yet pathology reports indicate that abnormally large fat cells are surrounded by a thickened tissue, alongside abnormally-sized blood vessels.

Even if such a drastic side effect does not occur, results still take a lot of time to show typically presenting three months after the procedure. The uneven reduction provided by fat freezing often looks lumpy, prompting patients to turn to revision procedures for correction.  

Some patients may resort to a tummy tuck to tighten and smooth out lumpy skin while removing excess fat. Others may turn to liposuction, which, as it turns out, is also a quite risky and ineffective procedure.

How Liposuction Results Can Go Wrong

While the start of this article may have focused on fat freezing, we'd also like to address a famously-known surgical process specializing in fat removal: liposuction.  Regardless of its fame, it would be irresponsible to say that the procedure consistently delivers risk-free results. 

Complications such as skin unnaturally sticking to the muscle after fat removal can cause an unusual appearance.  Liposuction is also unable to eliminate cellulite, a pressingly common issue in most women. The procedure is also unable to remove sagging or loose skin.  Additionally, liposuction is a surgical process done under general anesthesia, and it runs the risk of infection. Let's not forget to mention ugly scarring and swelling!

Undergo Revision AirSculpt® If You've Suffered Botched Results

Revision AirSculpt® is a highly specialized, precise procedure that offers the falsely-marketed benefits of fat freezing and traditional liposuction.

What we mean by this is Elite Body Sculpture's AirSculpt® technology allows you to eliminate fat from the body as you would in liposuction, without the surgical implications. 

Our revision technique can fix any of the ruined results from its competitors without using a scalpel, needle, or general anesthesia. If you have a frozen stick of fat on your body due to cryolipolysis, we can seamlessly remove that and help you look better than ever!

Alongside the other various patented technologies used, the precise AirSculpt® cannula is designed to pluck fat cell by cell from your body just like picking berries off of a bush. It also is designed not to cause any harm to the surrounding tissues, meaning if you underwent botched liposuction, we can correct your problems while avoiding any areas that suffered trauma.

Elite Body Sculpture Denver

Elite Body Sculpture developed AirSculpt® technology to turn your decision of removing fat or correcting previous procedures into an easy one. There's no reason as to why making changes to your body should be a painful experience or potentially risky.

If you're ready to begin your first consultation, head to Elite Body Sculpture Denver to change your body and your life as well. 

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Fat freezing, also known as cryolipolysis, is a vastly marketed cosmetic procedure that promises to eliminate fat in a minimally invasive manner. In other words, this is done without the need for surgery. 

Fat freezing companies establish that they can reduce body fat without directly removing any from your body. As miraculous as it may seem, that's all it has the potential of being: a miracle. 

It is important to note that fat freezing processes, even though they are sworn to be painless and void of side effects, are painful, unpredictable, expensive, and lengthy procedures.

Does Fat Freezing Work?

The average fat freezing session takes around 4 hours. For optimal results, providers recommend multiple sessions, making the process longer than you'd be willing to bear.

Fat freezing procedures can result in the abnormal growth of fat, medically known as paradoxical hyperplasia post-cryolipolysis, the most concerning side effect of all. The reason behind its occurrence is unknown, yet pathology reports indicate that abnormally large fat cells are surrounded by a thickened tissue, alongside abnormally-sized blood vessels.

Even if such a drastic side effect does not occur, results still take a lot of time to show typically presenting three months after the procedure. The uneven reduction provided by fat freezing often looks lumpy, prompting patients to turn to revision procedures for correction.  

Some patients may resort to a tummy tuck to tighten and smooth out lumpy skin while removing excess fat. Others may turn to liposuction, which, as it turns out, is also a quite risky and ineffective procedure.

How Liposuction Results Can Go Wrong

While the start of this article may have focused on fat freezing, we'd also like to address a famously-known surgical process specializing in fat removal: liposuction.  Regardless of its fame, it would be irresponsible to say that the procedure consistently delivers risk-free results. 

Complications such as skin unnaturally sticking to the muscle after fat removal can cause an unusual appearance.  Liposuction is also unable to eliminate cellulite, a pressingly common issue in most women. The procedure is also unable to remove sagging or loose skin.  Additionally, liposuction is a surgical process done under general anesthesia, and it runs the risk of infection. Let's not forget to mention ugly scarring and swelling!

Undergo Revision AirSculpt® If You've Suffered Botched Results

Revision AirSculpt® is a highly specialized, precise procedure that offers the falsely-marketed benefits of fat freezing and traditional liposuction.

What we mean by this is Elite Body Sculpture's AirSculpt® technology allows you to eliminate fat from the body as you would in liposuction, without the surgical implications. 

Our revision technique can fix any of the ruined results from its competitors without using a scalpel, needle, or general anesthesia. If you have a frozen stick of fat on your body due to cryolipolysis, we can seamlessly remove that and help you look better than ever!

Alongside the other various patented technologies used, the precise AirSculpt® cannula is designed to pluck fat cell by cell from your body just like picking berries off of a bush. It also is designed not to cause any harm to the surrounding tissues, meaning if you underwent botched liposuction, we can correct your problems while avoiding any areas that suffered trauma.

Elite Body Sculpture Denver

Elite Body Sculpture developed AirSculpt® technology to turn your decision of removing fat or correcting previous procedures into an easy one. There's no reason as to why making changes to your body should be a painful experience or potentially risky.

If you're ready to begin your first consultation, head to Elite Body Sculpture Denver to change your body and your life as well. 

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