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Body sculpting

at Dr Deborah McManners’ clinic

Stubborn areas of fat around the abdomen, hips (love handles), thighs (saddlebags) and upper arms (bingo wings) often don’t respond to dieting and exercise. Dr McManners provides an advanced approach to slimming and contouring these areas using advanced, leading technology. Cellulite is equally persistent and enduring –it also requires innovative treatment that’s ahead of its time.

We use cryolipolysis to target stubborn areas of excess fat. Cryolipolysis uses cold temperatures to target and break down fat cells. Unlike other types of cells, fat cells are particularly vulnerable to cold. They are crystallised during the treatment at -6° while the skin, tissues and other structures remain untouched. The fat cells in the treated area are eliminated and leave the body naturally over the course of several months.*

Cellulite can be treated with dermology. This unique procedure combines automated vacuum and skin rolling to loosen and break down cellulite into a smoother layer while increasing lymphatic drainage to help eliminate toxins, waste and excess fluid.*

  • A viable alternative to liposuction*
  • Contours stubborn areas of fat*
  • Targets cellulite
  • Non-invasive with no downtime

Individual results may vary.

Treatment at a glance


Up to 60 minutes for both cryolipolysis and cellulite treatment


Long-term if you maintain a healthy diet and take regular exercise




Individual results may vary.

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Your questions answered

  1. How does cryolipolysis work?

    A hand-held cryolipolysis device is placed on the treatment area which is then cooled to -6°. As the fat cells become colder they begin to crystallise. This means they can no longer function and are eliminated by the body’s natural functions through a process known as apoptosis.

    There is no damage to the surrounding skin, nerves or tissues.

  2. How long do results last?

    Results should be permanent as long as you eat a healthy diet and take regular exercise. Once eliminated, it’s not possible for the fat cells to return.

  3. Are there any side effects?

    One of the great benefits of cryolipolysis is that there are very few side effects. Skin may appear red immediately after treatment.*

  4. What is cellulite?

    This common condition is characterised by dimpled, lumpy skin and usually affects the buttocks and thighs (although it can affect other areas). It occurs when fat deposits push through connective tissue beneath the skin and affects more women than men as women’s fat, muscle and connective tissue is distributed differently.

  5. How many dermology treatments for cellulite will I need?

    This will depend on the severity of your cellulite. We’ll discuss this in detail during your consultation.

  6. Is the treatment painful?

    Most of our patients find the treatment completely manageable. *


Individual results may vary.

“My ‘mummy tummy’ just wouldn’t budge even though I lost weight and tried all kinds of core-strength exercise. Cryolipolysis really made the difference for me and the procedure is so straightforward. I went straight back to work afterwards.”

Colleen, Whitstable

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    *Individual treatment outcomes may vary. Specific outcome is not guaranteed.