CoolSculpting is one of the top fat-reduction treatments available on the market right now. Because of it’s growing popularity, it may be very beneficial to offer this treatment to your patients.
What is Coolsculpting?
Cryolipolysis or Coolsculpting is quite literally the freezing of fat cells. It is a noninvasive procedure that uses cold temperatures to break down fat cells, giving patients natural and long-lasting results.
What are the Benefits of Coolsculpting?
Here are a few of the many benefits that Coolsculpting has to offer:
- Non-Invasive: In this day and age, patients are all about the non-invasive procedures with minimal downtime. That is exactly what Coolsculpting offers. While other fat loss procedures like liposuction require surgery, Coolsculpting is very minimally invasive and there is no required downtime. Clients can have the procedure done on their lunch break if they are so inclined, and return to normal activities immediately after. The procedure normally takes 30-60 minutes per treated area.
- Natural Results: Coolsculpting produces natural looking body contours that appear gradually over time. Significant results typically occur within three to six months after treatment.
- Safe and Effective: There are no significant risks or side effects associated with Coolsculpting. It is a fat-freezing technology used to target fat cells, which are shed through the body as part of its own natural process and leaves the surrounding parts untouched.
- Treat different areas: Coolsculpting can treat various areas including thighs, stomach, love handles, and many other areas.
- Lasting Results: Coolsculpting results will last as long as the patient maintains a healthy lifestyle.
As with any aesthetic treatment, the provider should be properly trained in how to administer this treatment. If used by the right person on the right person, this treatment can be very effective so it is important to receive the proper education and training around the procedure. It is also important to manage expectations when receiving a Coolsculpting procedure, so discussing desired results with your patient is important.