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Dallas Dermatologist Christine Brown, M.D. Now Offers Breakthrough Technology to Freeze Away Fat
Date:3/6/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2013

Dr. Christine Brown, located in Dallas Texas, is now offering the latest technological advancement in fat reduction technology. Treatments with the CoolSculpting device, which uses targeted cooling to eliminate stubborn fat cells without damaging surface skin, result in a 20% reduction of fat with each treatment. Unlike other fat removal methods, CoolSculpting is non-surgical, lets people get back to their daily routine immediately after treatment, and effectively reduces stubborn fat that other treatments and even exercise can not.

CoolSculpting is revolutionary because it can achieve results in just a single one-hour treatment, while avoiding damage to the surface skin. With many other non-invasive fat reduction technologies, such as radiofrequency and lasers, energy is highly absorbed or scattered near the skin surface, causing damage to surrounding tissue with only temporary results. The fat loss from treatments with FDA-approved CoolSculpting is permanent, and can be seen as soon as three weeks after treatment as the body naturally eliminates the fat cells destroyed by the treatment process.

CoolSculpting works by using a targeted cooling process that kills fat cells deep underneath the skin. Only fat cells are frozen; surface skin remains healthy and undisturbed. During the procedure, patients feel a cooling sensation in the treatment area, but typically experience little to no discomfort. Some patients experience redness, minor bruising, tingling, or numbness in the treated area, but this is temporary.

"The CoolSculpting procedure is an excellent method to help patients reduce stubborn fat without surgery," says Dr. Brown, "We've been able to help patients reduce fat on their abdomen, waistline, and back."

Dr. Brown is one of the first doctors in the U.S. to offer this newly developed technology to help reduce stubborn or troublesome pockets of fat. If the treatment plan calls for an additional procedure to get rid of love handles or back fat, this will be done after two to four months, depending on Dr. Brown’s advice.

Dr. Christine Brown is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and the American College of Mohs Surgery. She is the director of her own private practice, located in Dallas, Texas, where she has a subspecialty of treating skin cancer using Mohs/reconstructive surgery and sun-damaged, aging skin and scarring using a full array of light/laser based technology. Dr. Brown also performs rejuvenation through the use of Botox and soft tissue fillers or soft tissue augmentation, laser hair removal, IPL photorejuvenation, and microdermabrasion treatments.

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