Oakland Cryo T-Shock. What is Cryolipolysis?
Cryolipolysis, often known as fat freezing, is a nonsurgical fat reduction procedure that works by freezing fat deposits in specific body locations.
The procedure should reduce localized fat deposits or bulges that are resistant to diet and exercise. It is not recommended for obese or significantly overweight people. The technique has been patented under CoolSculpting, with the enhanced version being Cryo T-Shock and taking over.
What Are Body Areas Suited to Cryolipolysis and Cryo T-Shock?
The Food and Drug Administration has licensed Cryolipolysis to treat fat deposits beneath the chin, upper arms, thighs (inner and outer), belly, hips, upper back, lower back, and beneath the buttocks.
How Does Cryo T-Shock Destroy Fat Cells?
Coolsculpting is based on the technique that fat cells are more sensitive to cold temperature damage than other cells, such as skin cells. The chilly temperature damages the fat cells.
The injury causes the body to respond with an inflammatory reaction, which causes fat cells to die. Cryo T-Shock goes beyond CoolSculpting by shocking the cells with a combination of heat and cold.
Are There Advantages of Cryolipolysis?
You can find many benefits of using cryolipolysis or a more specified Cryo T-Shock.
- There is no need for a surgical incision.
- It is a procedure with negligible risk. Infection is not a risk.
- The surgery can be performed as an outpatient procedure.
- Before the procedure, patients do not need to be sedated or anesthetized.
- In a single session, over one body area may be treated.
- After treatment, most people can resume their normal daily activities right away.
- The procedure is suitable for people of all ages.
- There is no harm to nerve fibers, blood vessels, muscles, or long-term skin damage in the treatment area.
- Damaged or destroyed fat cells are permanently eliminated from the body.
- Patients’ self-esteem may improve because of the improvement in their appearance.
Who Shouldn’t Have Oakland Cryo T-Shock?
- Patients who are obese or overweight should not have cryolipolysis performed.
- It should also not be conducted on sections of skin that have been cut or wounded, as well as those with significant varicose veins, dermatitis, or other skin disorders.
- Breast-feeding or pregnancy.
- Nerve problems.
- Inflammatory skin conditions.
- Eczema and psoriasis are examples of skin ailments.
Side Effects of Cryolipolysis and Cryo T-Shock
Temporary side effects for the areas that are treated may include:
- Aches and pain
- Tingling or stinging sensations on the skin
- Bruising or discoloration of the skin
- Sensitivity or numbness of the skin
After treatment, side effects might last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. To ease pain or other discomforts, your doctor may advise you to take an analgesic drug.
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