This is a video demonstrating the vertical thigh lift. This method was developed in our practice and has been used successfully for more than five years. It eliminates many the complications previously seen with other techniques including seroma and lymphocoele. The liposuction component is very important removing the excess fat in the area of skin removal. When the skin is carefully removed you can see that all of the neurovascular structures, veins, arteries, lymphatics, and sensory nerves are completely protected and remain intact. This has been and advancement for the methods for vertical thigh lifting.
CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved non-surgical and completely non-invasive treatment for permanent fat removal. It freezes fat away with its patented one-of-a-kind technology known as cryolipolysis. In this video, CoolSculpting is performed on the flanks, also known as the love handles.
CoolSculpting is performed at Jandali Plastic Surgery in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Shareef Jandali marks all patients and directly oversees each treatment for optimal results.
For before and after CoolSculpting photos, visit:
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Jandali Plastic Surgery
5520 Park Ave, Suite M2-300
Trumbull, CT 06611
Coolsculpting is an amazing new technique to lose belly fat that freezes the fat cells ensuring that it can never come back after. With FDa approval the process is a proven alternative to invasive procedures such as liposuction for losing belly fat. With no anesthetsia needed this really is the best way to lose belly fat and the perfect compliment to an active lifestyle.
This video will show you the some before & afters and how to lose belly fat with Coolsculpting.
Want to get rid of that little extra tummy and love handles, but don’t want to exercise or go under the knife? Theodore Leaf shows you how to “cool sculpt” in today’s Dirty Little Beauty Secret: Fat Freezing!
Did it actually do anything for your “belly situation”?
You dodged a bullet there, Freezing can lead to Frostbite, and Frostbite means Necrosis when the tissue warms up. I live in Massachusetts, and Frostbite is a concern in the winter, hence why we dress warm in our New England Winters. I’d discourage doing that again, for your health, and to avoid a major surgery that would leave a horrible scar on you. God bless ya, and do try to avoid what could put large risks on your health.
lol i love your reaction at 2:05
okok, im so happy i ate before this..but im not feeling so good now. xD