Ashburn area dermatologist describes CoolSculpting
Dr. Neeraja Mattay and the team of professionals at Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia, Inc. are available to assist patients in and around the area of Ashburn to find ways of enhancing their natural beauty with cosmetic dermatology procedures. Our practice also provides medical dermatology treatments, allowing men and women to enjoy a wide range of services in our practice.
At Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia, Inc., we want our patients to see how amazing many procedures can be for achieving better body contours. One treatment option that is a wonderful alternative to more invasive procedures such as plastic surgery, liposuction, and tummy tucks is CoolSculpting.
CoolSculpting was developed on ideas from Harvard scientists who found a way to “freeze” fat in a treatment known as cryolipolysis. Freezing fat is done by cooling the skin and fat to a temperature that causes the body to naturally absorb these fat cells and flush them out in a natural manner. This is all done without the need for needles, anesthetics, cannulas, vacuums, and other traditional methods of removing unwanted fat from the body. Patients will be able to undergo the procedure while relaxing in the treatment chair without any downtime or recovery following their session. Patients then notice the gradual improvement of their body contours over several weeks as the body slowly absorbs and eliminates the fat cells resulting in approximately 20 percent reduction of fat in the treatment area with each session.
Dr. Neeraja Mattay and her team of professionals at Dermatology Associates of Northern Virginia, Inc. encourage patients who are interested in body contouring to learn about this amazing procedure. It can be done quickly and easily in our office without interrupting busy, hectic lifestyles. We want men and women to know that we have some of the latest technologies available in our state-of-the-art practice to achieve dramatic results without traditional plastic surgeries. We also provide medical dermatology for patients with acne, eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer, and other concerns that may affect the skin, hair, and body.