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CoolSculpting is the only noninvasive procedure that uses advanced cooling technology to gently and effectively target and eliminate fat in specific areas of a patient’s body called cryolipolysis. CoolSculpting body contouring procedure involves no incisions and no anesthesia and reduces the fat layer without harming the skin or tissue.

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How does CoolSculpting work?

The CoolSculpting fat-freezing procedure actually reduces the number of fat cells in treated areas by about 20% to 25% including the abdomen, back, thighs, etc with no surgery, no needles, and no downtime.

Select an area of your body that has stubborn fat that you can’t get rid of on your own.

Your certified technician will apply the gentle CoolSculpting applicators to the target areas.

In as little as 35 minutes, your fat is permanently destroyed, gently and without any harm to your skin.

Fat reduction results will begin to show in as little as four weeks after just one treatment.

CoolSculpting Body Treatment Before and After

CoolSculpting body treatment before


CoolSculpting treatments belly after


CoolSculpting treatments for the abdomen before


CoolSculpting treatments to remove unwanted belly fat


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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I return to work after CoolSculpting? 2017-11-12T20:19:50+00:00

You will be able to go back to work that same day.

Is there any pain or downtime with CoolSculpting? 2017-11-12T20:20:32+00:00

You will be very comfortable during your treatment. You’ll even be able to catch up on some TV shows, emails, or work.

When will I see results from CoolSculpting? 2017-11-12T20:21:29+00:00

You may see results at about the one-month mark, but most patients see results in one to three months.

How many CoolSculpting treatments do I need? 2017-11-12T20:22:00+00:00

Treatment options vary based on the area you want to treat.

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