The Cool that is CoolSculpting

Winters in San Diego aren’t exactly on a par with, say, Buffalo. But we can still feel the need for our down jackets on a February 53-degree morning. Don’t judge, Buffaloans! A San Diego winter does mean no beach time, unless you’re donning a wetsuit up at San Onofre or something! That makes this a […]

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CoolSculpting Questions

The FDA first approved CoolSculpting in 2010 for use on the flanks, with approval for use on the abdomen in 2012. It’s easy to think that this amazing procedure that reduces fat cells in the treatment area by freezing the fat has been around longer than that. Maybe that’s because when it first came on

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Cool Off This Summer With CoolSculpting

While the marine layer can sometimes provide far too much cooling during our summer months here in San Diego, there’s another cooling sensation that isn’t weather related. It’s CoolSculpting, and Dr. Kearney’s been providing this non-invasive fat freezing treatment almost since it debuted in 2010. Maybe you should greet this summer by chilling some of

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CoolSculpting Questions

Most people who follow the aesthetic industry know about CoolSculpting, a revolutionary way to permanently remove fat without surgery. CoolSculpting is one of our more popular procedures at Dr. Kearney’s, so we’ll address a few questions about the procedure in this blog. What is CoolSculpting? First, what is it? CoolSculpting was an accidental discovery by

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It’s Cool to Lose Fat

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just freeze some of your unwanted fat cells, without all the hassle and pain of surgery? Wouldn’t it be filled with awesome-icity if you could do this while reading a book or playing on your phone, with no downtime? Yeah, right. Losing fat’s not easy like that! Dr.

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