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New Procedure at Delray Beach Plastic Surgery Has Patients Looking Better Than Ever
Date:9/7/2013

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 07, 2013

Dr. John G. Westine, MD and the rest of the staff at Delray Beach Plastic Surgery are pleased to announce they offer a state of the art new body contouring procedure called CoolSculpting, which targets pockets of fat which are very difficult to get rid of with diet and exercise alone.

Often called love handles or muffin tops, many people learn to live with stubborn belly fat after they realize that no amount of sit ups will ever take care of that last few pounds. As a result, some people turn to surgery to get the body they deserve. Dr. Westine and his staff believe that surgery is not the only option for just a few pounds, instead they encourage people to try CoolSculpting.

“We’re very excited about CoolSculpting here at Delray Beach Plastic Surgery,” Dr. Westine said. “It’s a unique and effective treatment that offers legitimate results without any sort of invasive procedure.”

Far less invasive and costly than surgery, CoolSculpting is an innovative new procedure that uses a patented technique to target fat cells and eliminate them. The cooling process is designed to target fat cells specifically, leaving all other healthy cells untouched. CoolSculpting uses a groundbreaking cooling method that only takes about an hour per session. Fat cells are cooled to the point where they crystallize and your body simply gets rid of them on its own. In the same amount of time it takes to hit the gym, someone can see real results after just one CoolSculpting session. The best part about CoolSculpting is you’ll feel perfectly normal afterwards so you can get on with your day like normal. Without a single hose, scalpel or needle, someone can get the rock hard body they deserve in very little time compared to exercising every day for six months.<
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