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Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Introduces CoolSculpting

February 15th, 2016 | Posted in: Body Contouring, Cosmetic Surgery, Liposuction | Tags: , , ,

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Introduces CoolSculpting

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery (BHPS) is happy to announce a new treatment: CoolSculpting, a revolutionary new fat removal procedure which makes liposuction obsolete. CoolSculpting is an innovative non-surgical spot reduction technique which applies controlled cooling to desired areas, freezing excess fat cells. The body then eliminates the frozen crystals via natural metabolic processes.

This procedure is works best for patients who are near their target weight, but desire some assistance removing fat from problem areas such as the abdomen, lower back, hips and thighs. Unlike liposuction, CoolSculpting removes excess fat without anesthesia or scarring, and requires only a short recovery period.

For those considering CoolSculpting treatment, BHPS offers financing from CareCredit and Med Loan Finance. Our surgical consultant will also assist with any financial questions a patient may have.

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery is one of the premier full-service cosmetic surgery practices led by Dr. Gabriel Chiu. BHPS has won numerous Patients’ Choice Awards from 2008-2010, a prestigious honor decided by the reviews of hundreds of thousands of patients across the industry. Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Inc. is one of only 5% of the medical practices that received this award in 2008. BHPS strives to provide exceptional care to all patients using minimally-invasive techniques, with only the best equipment and proven procedures.

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Beverly Hills, California 90212

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