In the past, one of the only options for people wanting to reduce the fat cells in their problem areas was liposuction surgery. In addition to the obvious costs of having a surgical room, an anesthesiologist, the doctor, the medical supplies, painkillers, and the hospital room where you stay overnight a day or two, you also had to include the cost of missed work during your recovery time at home and surgical scars that need time to heal. All of this seems like such a high price for slimming your problem areas and feeling great about yourself again.
But…now that CoolSculpting has entered the scene. There are no knives, no suctioning, no needles, no scars, and no downtime and therefore not nearly as much of a financial or time investment. It can literally be done on your lunch break on a normal workday.
So how much does this revolutionary, non-invasive CoolSculpting Treatment cost? Let’s take a look.
A CoolSculpting Overview
CoolSculpting is a non-surgical body-contouring treatment that freezes fat under the skin using a technique called cryolipolysis. This procedure freezes away fat cells without damaging surrounding tissue. Once the fat cells are frozen, they will be broken down and flushed from your body using your body’s own metabolic processes. Once fat cells are flushed from the body, the treatment areas will look 20-25% smaller and those fat cells will not come back.
Patients can begin to see results in as little as four weeks after their first treatment as their bodies naturally flush away the unwanted fat cells. The average client needs about two or three treatments to achieve their ideal results. This is a relatively short amount of time considering there is no recovery time as there would be with invasive surgical methods. To maintain results, patients should follow a healthy diet and exercise plan. Being consistent about making healthy choices will keep patients looking and feeling their best for years to come.
What Will It Cost?
The cost varies from person to person based on the treatment area, the number of treatments that will be needed, and the patient’s ultimate goal. Another factor in the cost is the type of applicator used for different areas of the body. For example, CoolAdvantage Plus has the largest application. It covers the most ground and is used for volume treatment. On average, CoolAdvantage Plus will cost $1250 per hour.
Smaller applicators will cost less. There are several varieties of smaller applicators such as Cool Care which is most commonly used on the abdomen, Cool Curve which fits the love handles, and Cool Fit which is a straight applicator for around the inner thighs and backs of arms. The cost of using these is approximately $500-750 per hour.
Since most insurance companies do not pay for elective cosmetic treatments, many physicians and clinics will offer payment plans which can make CoolSculpting treatments more accessible. Keep in mind that the only way to get your exact cost is by scheduling a consultation with the medical professional who will be performing your CoolSculpting treatments.
Take The Next Step
Are you ready to try CoolSculpting? It’s time for you to take the next step by scheduling a consultation with the expert staff at Juvanew Medspa. They are located in Rockwall, TX where they serve Dallas, Heath, Garland, Greenville, and Royse City. Call (214) 771-4611 or fill out and submit the form on this page.