Non-surgical methods of body contouring in Korea:
|Suitable for you if:||You would like to slightly correct problem areas of the body using a non-surgical method.|
|Surgery time||About 1 hour per 1 zone|
|Removing stitches||Not required|
|Cost*||From 800,000 KRW, depending on the area and the number of sessions.|
* Depends on the clinic, the qualifications of the surgeon and the complexity of the operation. To get the exact cost, contact the Medical Avenue’s coordinators.
FAQ about Coolsculpting in South Korea:
What is Coolsculpting?
Coolsculpting is a unique procedure for splitting fat deposits with cold. The technology allows cold to penetrate the fat tissue, destroying fat cells, while not damaging other tissues, vessels, skin and nerves. The procedure is safe and has no serious side effects. It has FDA approval.
When is Coolsculpting recommended?
If you have fat deposits in the abdomen, chin, hips, upper arms, back, legs, as well as gynecomastia.
The procedure is not a way to treat obesity or weight loss. It is a method to correct aesthetic deficiencies.
Who is Coolsculpting contraindicated?
In case of cryoglobulinemia, cold agglutinin disease and paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria.
Before the procedure be sure to tell the doctor about the presence of any chronic diseases, skin sensitivity, allergies, recent operations and other features of your body.
Is the procedure painful?
There are usually no severe pain sensations, but many patients experience pulling, tingling or “tingling”.
How quickly will I recover from the procedure?
After the procedure, patients can immediately return to their daily life. Sometimes the skin remains with some redness, small swelling. In rare cases bruising, sealing and loss of sensitivity. These symptoms go away within a few hours.
What method of weight loss are you interested in?
Weight loss without diets in South Korea:
Diagnosis of causes and predisposition to obesity. Creation of individual weight loss programs!
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