Cryolipolysis is one of the new innovations presented to the aesthetic world as noninvasive fat reduction modules. The idea behind cryolipolysis consists behind a theory from a clinical observations of cold induced panniculitis. The idea emerged when Epstein and Oren shifted the term popsicle panniculitis after knowing the present of red-indurated nodule that is followed by transient fat necrosis on the cheek of an infant who was sucking these popsicles.
This concept led the scientist to a conclusion that lipid-rich tissues are very susceptible to cold injury than other surrounding water rick tissues. With this great data and observation that they had in their mind, Manstein et al. introduced a novel for noninvasive method for reducing fats by freezing them in 2007, this was called Cryolipolysis. This procedure has now become very popular in Europe too. There are many clinics available that do such treatments. You can find them on internet. Joveoderm Clinic is one of them and here is there clinic’s URL where you can book an appointment online for Cryolipolysis or CoolSculpting in Munich.
Different body contouring procedures are still very common cosmetic surgical procedures that are performed all over the United States. According to data from the ASFAPS or American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery shows that breast augmentation has been replaced by liposuction as the most popular surgical treatment for body contouring in 2013, about 363,912 procedures were performed in 2013.
The popularity of liposuction has highly increased due to some significant features such as great improvement in aesthetics as well as metabolic benefits. Despite the fact that liposuction has become very popular, there are still some great risks related to it such as complications from anesthesia, infection and sometimes even death.
According to clinical studies about 21.7 percent incidence of minor problems were reported and 0.38 major complications. Fischer et al. however reported minor incident rate of 6.3 percent and major incidence were 6.8 percent as reported within 30 days after the surgical contouring procedure.
However liposuction is a very effective therapeutic procedure to remove excess adipose tissues but still it remains as an invasive treatment and contains inherent risks associated to the surgery. During recent years there has been involvement of new modalities to address body contouring issues to become less invasive. These modalities are primarily related to physical properties of fat that distinguish it from overlying dermis and epidermis to destruct selective areas of fat.
New devices with higher frequency ultrasound have been introduced that contain radiofrequency energy and laser light to potentially improve the efficiency.