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Cosmetic Surgery Times Magazine: When CoolSculpting goes wrong

when coolsculpting goes wrongMyla Bennett, M.D., a plastic surgeon and owner of the Ederra Bella Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa, in Johns Creek, Ga., says she has performed hundreds of CoolSculpting cases. Among those, two of her CoolSculpting patients had post-treatment paradoxical adipose hyperplasia.

“That’s where the patient will actually get a reverse reaction. Instead of fat reduction, they actually end up with more fat cells in that area. It happens more commonly in men than women, and there’s really nothing you can do to prevent it or even know if somebody is at risk for it,” Dr. Bennett says. Read more.

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