Frequently Asked Questions

CoolSculpting Information & FAQS

Find the CoolSculpting information you need to make an informed decision by reading the FAQs below. Please contact us if you have a question about CoolSculpting that isn’t addressed below.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that uses a process called cryolipolysis to freeze and eliminate stubborn fat deposits.

How Does CoolSculpting Work?

During a CoolSculpting procedure, a trained technician uses a CoolSculpting applicator to cover the treatment area. A vacuum sucks fat towards the machine, which freezes the fat. The procedure lasts about an hour. For more detailed information, visit our How Does CoolSculpting Work page.

How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?

The price of CoolSculpting varies depending on how many areas you want to treat, and how many treatments each area will require. That said, the cost of CoolSculpting starts at about $600 per treatment, with the average patient opting for multiple treatments.

Does CoolSculpting Hurt?

Patients love CoolSculpting beacause the procedure itself isn’t painful. Some patients experience symptoms like discomfort, swelling, and bruising in the areas that were treated for two weeks following the procedure.

Is CoolSculpting Safe?

Yes, CoolSculpting is an FDA approved procedure for the treatment of fat in the chin, thigh, abdomen and flank areas. With over two million procedures performed worldwide, CoolSculpting is proven to be a safe treatment.

Does CoolSculpting Really Work?

CoolSculpting patients typically experience a 20-25% reduction of fat in the treated area 1-4 months after a single treatment.* Multiple treatments may further enhance your results.

Does CoolSculpting Have Any Side Effects?

The side effects of CoolSculpting are very minor and may include redness, numbness, swelling, tenderness, skin sensitivity and bruising at the treatment site. Compression garments can be used to help reduce swelling. Talk to your doctor if these side effects persist for longer than two weeks or worsen over time.

Who’s NOT a Good Candidate for CoolSculpting?

You should not have the CoolSculpting procedure if you’re pregnant, or suffer from cryoglobulinemia or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria. CoolSculpting is not a weight loss solution or treatment for obesity. Schedule a consultation with an experienced CoolSculpting technician to find out if CoolSculpting is right for you.

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AbdomenFlanksThighsChinBra BulgeBack FatUnder ButtocksButtocks