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CoolSculpting, also known as cryolipolysis works by placing a roll of fat in between two panels that cool the fat to a freezing temperature. When the fat cells are frozen to a certain temperature, these fat cells in turn are destroyed and can never grow back! After the results of one session appear, you can lose anywhere from 20 to 25 % of your fat cells. The area you treat will become more sculpted and you will be on your body to have your dream body!


Am I Good Candidate For Coolsculpting?
The CoolSculpting fat reduction procedure is specially designed for those who have unwanted fat that resists diet and exercise. Unlike gastric bypass surgery, the CoolSculpting procedure is not a weight loss solution for people who are obese. It is, however, a non-surgical alternative to liposuction. Good candidates have noticeable bulges in certain areas, including under the chin, they’d like to get rid of. A one-on-one consultation with our CoolSculpting specialist who will determine if the CoolSculpting procedure is right for you.

What Does Coolsculpting Feel Like?

As the cooling begins during the first few minutes, you will feel pressure and intense cold. This soon dissipates. Many people read, watch videos, work on their laptop, or even take a nap during their treatment.
Can I Return To Normal Activities Post Treatment?
Yes, you can. The CoolSculpting procedure is completely non-surgical, so typically you can return to normal activities immediately. Some patients experience redness, minor bruising, tingling, numbness or discomfort in the treated area, but this is temporary and will resolve completely. Often times, patients return to work after their CoolSculpting session is over.
When Will I See The Results From Coolsculpting Treatments?
You may start to see changes as quickly as three weeks after your treatment, and will experience the most dramatic results after two months. But your body will still flush out fat cells and continues doing so for up to four to six months after treatment.
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