In the ever-evolving world of cosmetic treatments, advancements in technology have brought us a third generation in non-invasive laser treatment called The Emerald Laser – a cutting-edge solution for non-surgical body contouring and total body circumference reduction. In this article, we’ll explore the key differences between the Emerald Laser and the older 2011 released CoolSculpting technology, with a focus on dysmorphic body shape changes with Cool Sculpting vs the natural appearance of the third generation of Emerald Laser’s outcomes.
- What Is PAH? PAH stands for “paradoxical adipose hyperplasia,” which is a condition that is now commonly called the “stick of butter” effect. PAH happens when the fat cells that were treated with CoolSculpting expand significantly and harden, resulting in a large bulge where the treatment was applied. One of the significant concerns associated with CoolSculpting is the risk of PAH and the permanent body shape changes. CoolSculpting employs targeted fat freezing to eliminate stubborn pockets of fat, but in some cases, patients may experience uneven fat distribution, leading to an unnatural appearance. The lack of control over the freezing process in CoolSculpting can result in unintended contour irregularities. In contrast, the Emerald Laser utilizes advanced technology that targets fat cells while preserving surrounding tissue, ensuring a more balanced and natural body shape post-treatment.
- Natural Appearance with the Emerald Laser: Emerald Laser distinguishes itself from CoolSculpting by promoting a more natural appearance after the procedure. It’s controlled green laser energy delivery ensures that fat cells are gradually broken down and eliminated by the body’s natural processes, resulting in a more even and subtle transformation. The precise and controlled treatment offered by the Emerald Laser allows for seamless integration with the patient’s existing body contours, providing a natural-looking enhancement.
- Emerald Laser is the only FDA-Approved laser for Total Body Circumference Reduction: An essential aspect to consider when comparing the Emerald Laser and CoolSculpting is the scope of body transformation approved by the FDA. While CoolSculpting is primarily geared towards spot fat reduction in specific areas, the Emerald Laser has gained FDA approval for total body circumference reduction even in individuals with a BMI up to 40 (considered clinically obese). This means that the Emerald Laser can address larger treatment areas, leading to more comprehensive results and potential improvements in overall body proportions.
Conclusion: The Emerald Laser represents a remarkable advancement in the field of body renewal, offering a safer and more effective alternative to the older CoolSculpting technology. Its ability to avoid dysmorphic body shape changes, deliver a natural appearance, and achieve FDA-approved total body circumference reduction sets it apart as a superior option for those seeking body contouring and rejuvenation.
If you’re looking to transform your body with the latest technology and the best results, the Emerald Laser is undoubtedly a treatment worth considering. Always consult with a licensed medical professional to determine the most suitable option for your unique needs and desired outcomes. Experience the future of body renewal with the Emerald Laser today by calling 203-423-2224 ext 1 in CT or click HERE to schedule a FREE Consultation!