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Kybella Vs. Coolsculpting: A comparison of two famous fat reduction treatments

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Over the past decade, several advances have been made in the realm of treatments for unwanted fat. We have learned about different machines and medications that assist in non-surgical fat removal. CoolSculpting by Zeltiq has consistently delivered the best and longest-lasting results. It is a powerful tool I routinely utilize to reduce subcutaneous fat in large areas. This innovative treatment works by freezing fat cells, which are subsequently eliminated by the body's immune system and discarded through the lymphatic system. One medication that garners significant interest is Kybella. Kybella is an injectable fat melter specifically used for smaller pockets of fat that cannot be targeted by the CoolSculpting machine. These areas can include under the chin, around the belly button, or fat around the arms. People frequently inquire about the differences and similarities between these two modalities. Here are some key points:1) Kybella requires a few days of downtime, with swelling in the treatment areas for several days, whereas CoolSculpting has no downtime.2) Kybella is an injectable medication, while CoolSculpting involves fat freezing through a machine.3) The cost per area for both Kybella and CoolSculpting is similar, ranging from $1250 to $1500 per area.4) Both treatments may require multiple sessions to achieve desired results: Kybella can be repeated every 8 weeks, while CoolSculpting can be repeated every 3 to 5 months. Last but not least, I always recommend incorporating regular exercise, adequate sleep, good hydration, healthy eating habits, meditation, and avoiding toxic substances such as alcohol, excessive sugar, cigarette smoking, and negative influences. These practices complement your anti-aging journey and facilitate optimal body healing. As always, I welcome your feedback and questions. You can text or call me at 9143686609 




Sofia D. 


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Sofia Din, MD Sofia Din I have over 25 years of experience working in the healthcare industry in both Eastern and western medical systems. As an immigrant from Pakistan, my medical training has taken place across two continents, which gives me a uniquely holistic perspective while following cutting edge medical advances especially in aesthetic anti-aging. Board-certified in family medicine, and having practiced Geriatrics for almost a decade, my focus and area of passion/expertise is managing anti-aging solutions over decades for my clients. People ask me “what is anti-aging?” all the time. I tell them that it’s the proactive management of their body’s health and wellness which leads to short- and long-term anti-aging and improved quality of the resultant lifespan expansion. I have worked and trained in the rapidly evolving field of Aesthetic Anti-aging medicine over the past decade with hundreds of regular concierge clients coming for routine anti-aging treatments from across United States.

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