Azouz Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery in Dallas, TX Offers New Treatment for Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia (PAH)
Paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH) is a condition that can occur after cryolipolysis, or fat freezing, a nonsurgical fat reduction procedure that uses cold temperature to reduce fat deposits in certain areas of the body.
DALLAS, October 282022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — At Azouz Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, the team strives for the greatest improvements in aesthetic appearance, restored functionality and quality of life. The experienced team at this cutting-edge clinic now offers treatment for paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH) for those who wish to reverse this adverse effect. (PAH) is a common and concerning complication associated with cryolipolysis body contouring.
Cryolipolysis, or “fat freezing,” is an FDA-approved procedure that works by destroying cold-sensitive subcutaneous fat cells. It has become a popular technique for sculpting the body and treating issues such as belly fat and “love handles”. PAH is a concerning and clinically significant complication, as patients undergo cryolipolysis to remove fat, but instead, fat volume increases at the treatment site, resulting in a completely opposite outcome. Typically occurring about six months after cryolipolysis, PAH occurs when a reaction process is activated in fat cells during cell freezing, causing cells to thicken and expand rather than break down and be eliminated by the organism. The PAH creates irregular, firm and raised areas where the treatment was performed.
Azouz Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery can provide these patients with the only known treatment to reverse PAH, which is expertly performed liposuction to remove excess fat. Dr. Azouz uses his refined skills to perform a variety of advanced and safe liposuction techniques, including power-assisted liposuction, to help disintegrate the fat associated with PAH. In some severe cases, a tummy tuck or abdominoplasty may be performed to repair PAH. Recovery after PAH surgery is similar to other liposuction procedures, as patients may experience bruising and swelling for a few days to weeks after the procedure.
“Paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH) will not go away without treatment, and we are pleased that our clinic can provide solutions that these patients desperately need,” says Dr. David Azouz.
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Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery Azouz is proud to serve patients in the Dallas/Ft. The penalty and is located at 7777 Forest Lane – Building C, Suite 802 at Dallas, Texas. Azouz Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery includes two board-certified plastic surgeons, recognized as the best in their field in Dallas, TX. Both Drs. David Azouzwho has decades of experience, and Dr. Solomon Azouz, who is a Mayo-trained plastic surgeon, is compassionate, talented, and dedicated to delivering the best results possible. Azouz Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery offers a wide range of cosmetic procedures, providing natural and beautiful results. Plastic surgeons have extensive experience in gynecomastia, breast implant revision, facelift, blepharoplasty, male plastic surgery, breast, liposuction, facial and body cosmetic surgery. For more information or to schedule a consultation, please contact Azouz Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery by calling (972) 702-8888 or visiting the website at http://www.drazouz.com.
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