Do you eat healthily and follow a regular exercise routine yet continue to struggle with stubborn bulges of fat that just won’t seem to go away? If so, CoolSculpting may be a good option. It’s a non-invasive body contouring treatment that can allow you to minimize or even get rid of fat pockets in your abdomen, inner thighs, love handles, upper arms, and other body parts.
CoolSculpting uses a process called cryolipolysis, which safely freezes fat cells without causing any damage to the skin or surrounding tissues. So, how much does CoolSculpting cost? Read on to find out.
The Cost of CoolSculpting
Although there are a number of factors that determine how much you’ll pay for CoolSculpting, including your body areas of concern and the number of treatments you’ll need, the average cost for an entire CoolSculpting treatment is between $2,000 and $4,000. Since CoolSculpting is a cosmetic treatment, it is not covered by insurance. During your complimentary CoolSculpting consultation, we will design a customized CoolSculpting treatment plan, which will include the number of recommended treatments and associated costs. We also offer various payment plans to work within your budget.
Why Choose CoolSculpting?
There are a variety of reasons you may want to invest in CoolSculpting. First and foremost, it can give you the chance to reduce or even eliminate stubborn bulges of fat and achieve a more toned appearance. It’s not a surgical procedure so you won’t have to worry about any needles, anesthesia, or downtime. You’ll be able to resume work and your daily activities right away. CoolSculpting can help you feel more confident in social and intimate situations.
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Good Candidates for CoolSculpting
You may be a good CoolSculpting candidate if you are within a few pounds of your recommended weight range for your age, but are frustrated by stubborn fat pockets that are resistant to diet and exercise Those patients who are most satisfied with their results live a healthy lifestyle with their diet/exercise and have realistic expectations of the results they can achieve by undergoing CoolSculpting treatments.
CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss treatment!
Alternatives to CoolSculpting
Over the last several years, CoolSculpting® has grown to be the world’s most popular non-invasive body contouring solution for people wanting to reduce unwanted fat in diet and exercise-resistant areas without the pain and downtime of liposuction. Part of its popularity was due to the fact that it was the first non-surgical fat reduction option to be FDA-approved for fat reduction in the abdomen, flanks, and thighs, and has since received approval to treat fat in the double chin area. Until CoolSculpting, the other non-surgical body contouring options on the market were mediocre, at best. More importantly, almost universally, they only offered a very temporary reduction in fat, so that patients had to continually repeat treatments to maintain the fat reduction results.
The CoolSculpting® procedure is very popular in Kansas City, with no fewer than fifteen local centers now offering the treatment. As Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz was one of the very first medical practices in Kansas City to offer CoolSculpting®, the procedure was not without concern for Dr. Craig Schwartz, owner, and medical director. After months of research, Dr. Schwartz added a CoolSculpting alternative to his practice in 2016 – SculpSure® – also FDA-approved to reduce unwanted fat in the abdomen and flanks. There are many similarities between the two non-surgical body contouring procedures, but also many differences that you can read about on our website.
Take the Next Step
If you’re been wondering if CoolSculpting is a good fit for your fat reduction goals, we encourage you to schedule a complimentary consultation at Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz in Leawood, KS. Call us at (913) 701-3545 or fill out our online contact form. We look forward to meeting you!
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