Orlando's #1 CoolSculpting Fat Reduction. Freeze Away Stubborn Fat!
Many people struggle with unwanted fat that just doesn't go away, no matter how much they diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive and revolutionary technology that targets (and freezes away!) fat cells, helping patients reduce fat in those troublesome areas.
During this session, you and your certified CoolSculpting professional will discuss areas of the body you’d like to target.
After being deemed a suitable candidate for CoolSculpting, you’ll make an appointment for the actual procedure.
Sitback and Relax
Keep coming back for sessions until your treatment is complete. Sit back and let us freeze your fat away!
What is CoolSculpting?
As the name indicates, CoolSculpting is a form of cryolipolysis, a fat freezing and fat reduction procedure. It is a process in which fat cells are broken down by bringing them to near-freezing temperatures. Areas of the body carrying stubborn, problematic fat are reshaped by using specialized tools and equipment with this technique.
Expertise Like No Other!
Dr. Yeilding, Board Certified by The American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery and The American Board of Ophthalmology, has unique skills and experience to offer patients this specialized cosmetic procedure which is notoriously difficult for non-specialized physicians to achieve natural results.
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
In order to truly understand how CoolSculpting works, it’s important to explore how the body processes fat. Our bodies draw fat from the foods we eat. Some fats are healthy and essential to our overall health. Unfortunately, other fats detract from it. Both are broken down during digestion and are absorbed by the walls of the intestines for further processing.Eventually, those fat cells are passed along to the rest of the body via the blood stream. Our muscles, brain and other vital organs quickly seek out the good fats needed for energy, cell repair and other functions. Unwanted fat makes its way to fat cells lying underneath the skin where it collects.
The Difference Between Fat Reduction and Weight Loss
All too often, the terms “fat loss” and “weight loss” are used interchangeably. Because of this many people suffer through yo-yo dieting and brutal workouts with little to show for all of their efforts. It’s also a factor in the declining health among those who approach the process from the wrong angle. Honestly, losing a few pounds isn’t really all that difficult. Most people can simply stop eating and only take in a moderate amount of fluids for a few days and quickly see the scales move in the right direction. This does not mean that they are losing fat. In truth, it’s more a sign of dehydration. The body begins to draw energy from muscles rather than from stored fat because muscles are higher in protein and some other essential elements. As a result, you lose muscle mass, and burning fat through exercise becomes even more difficult. On the other hand, getting rid of fat produces a more trim, sculpted figure and preserves muscle mass. Maintaining a healthy weight and desired physique is more manageable. It’s also much safer. Still, certain fat deposits just will not budge in spite of your best efforts. This is where CoolSculpting comes to the rescue. Even though CoolSculpting isn’t considered a weight loss treatment, you may notice a slight drop in weight over time after having the procedure. Fat weighs approximately two pounds per liter, so removing it from your body is bound to remove some excess weight. According to the scales, the effect will be barely noticeable. However, the difference in your body will be clearly evident.
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Dr. Ruth Hill Yeilding is the medical director and founder of YMD Facial Plastic Surgery located in Winter Park, Florida. Board Certified by The American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery and The American Board of Ophthalmology, Dr. Yeilding had intense fellowship training in oculoplastics and facial cosmetic surgery. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington & Lee University magna cum laude and received her Medical Doctorate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, which was also conferred magna cum laude. During her undergraduate studies she was inducted into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and in medical school was elected to join the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.