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Southeastern Michigan Gets First Ever FDA Approved Device That Destroys Fat Cells ... Without Surgery

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich., Oct 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Allure Medical Spa, first in Michigan with the new FDA approved Coolsculpting™ by Zeltiq.

Great news for men and women dealing with exercise and diet-resistant fat in areas like the tummy, love handles and back rolls! Allure Medical Spa of Shelby Township is the first in Southeastern Michigan to offer Coolsculpting™ by Zeltiq™, the first ever procedure approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (Sept. 8, 2010), for the non-invasive reduction of fat.  Coolsculpting™ by Zeltiq is a virtually painless procedure that reduces fat cells with no needles, surgery or downtime.

The unique Zeltiq™ procedure (pronounced Zel-teek) is an effective way to reduce fat without the pain, risk, and recovery time of surgical procedures. Results are natural-looking fat reduction in the stomach, love handles, thighs, hips, and the lower and upper back. The Zeltiq™ procedure uses an advanced technique called Cryolipolysis™ (a controlled and selective breakdown of fat cells by cooling) that is designed to target only fat cells without causing damage or trauma to the skin. There is no pain during treatment and no anesthesia is needed, most patients find Coolsculpting™ by Zeltiq™ comfortable and are able to read, listen to music or just relax during the procedure. Typically patients resume their routine activities, including returning to work and exercise regimens on the same day as the procedure.

Dr. Mok says, "This is the first time we have had a device that actually lets us permanently breakdown fat cells without surgery, needles or medications.  The cool energy goes right to the targeted fat cells and destroys them, while leaving the other tissues alone."  

Call today for your no obligation consultation 800-610-7484. Allure Medical Spa is conveniently located in Shelby Township in Macomb County with easy access from Oakland County and the Metro-Detroit Area.

About Allure Medical Spa

Dr. Charles Mok D.O. and Dr. Brett Kotlus M.D. of Allure Medical Spa and Michigan Cosmetic Surgery Center offer free consultations in their offices located at 8180 26 Mile Road, Suite 300, Shelby Township, Michigan, to individuals who think they may benefit or want additional information on the Coolsculpting™ by Zeltiq™ procedure.  You can also find out more information about this unique procedure by visiting Allure Medical Spa is one of the first Medical Spas of its kind in the United States, offering surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

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