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Newport Beach Dermatologist Reveals Non-Surgical Method for Fat Removal

Dr. Nancy Silverberg Uses a Non-Surgical Technique Called CoolSculpting to Help Patients Eliminate Stubborn Pockets of Fat That Are Resistant to Diet and Exercise

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Silverberg Surgical & Medical Group has recently added an innovative, non-surgical method of fat removal to their cosmetic dermatology options. One of the practice's focuses is non-surgical skin rejuvenation, and CoolSculpting® bolsters its offerings with a technique to eliminate isolated pockets of fat that remain resistant to the traditional methods of weight loss (diet and exercise). Rounding out the cosmetic dermatology side of Silverberg Surgical & Medical Group, CoolSculpting® helps patients to keep their bodies looking young and healthy without the need for surgery.

In addition to removing fat from the abdomen, CoolSculpting® can also be applied to the back, the arms, and the inner/outer thighs for an overall toned appearance. Dr. Nancy Silverberg, a Newport Beach dermatologist at the practice, was recently quoted regarding the innovative procedure in a pair of blog posts intended to educate potential patients.

Titled, "Am I A Candidate For CoolSculpting®?," one blog post highlights that the procedure is really ideal for individuals who already live an active and healthy lifestyle. Patients interested in significant weight loss are often better suited for a nutritious diet, regular exercise, or even a surgical procedure, whereas CoolSculpting® patients should already be near their ideal weight but with areas of fat that stubbornly resist their diet and exercise routines.

Another post, titled "CoolSculpting® For Summer," explains how cryolipolysis is used to freeze the fat cells before those cells are naturally removed from the body through the metabolic process. "Additionally, because fat cells crystallize at warmer temperatures than other tissues of the body," says Dr. Silverberg, "CoolSculpting® is able to trigger the death of adipose (fat) cells without harmfully affecting other tissues, such as skin, muscles, and nerves."

Ultimately, regarding final outcomes of the procedure, Dr. Silverberg notes: "Results are gradual so no one will notice that day, but over time your clothes will fit better, and you're likely to get compliments about how great you look!"

About Nancy L. Silverberg, MD
A graduate of Cornell University, Dr. Silverberg earned her medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine. She is a certified by the American Board of Dermatology and has been in private practice in the Newport Beach community for 29 years. Dr. Silverberg previously served as Chairman of Dermatology for Hoag Hospital Memorial Presbyterian and now serves as an Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology at University California Irvine. She is an active member of many prestigious medical organizations including the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the International Society of Dermatology. Dr. Silverberg is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, a Fellow of the American Society for Mohs Surgery, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology. She is available for interview upon request.

To learn more about Silverberg Surgical & Medical Group, please visit silverbergmd.com and facebook.com/silverbergmd.

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