Eating healthy and adhering to a regular exercise routine can help you shed unwanted pounds. However, it may not remove the stubborn fat bulges you may be facing as a result of aging, genetics, childbirth, or another factor. The good news is that there is a non-invasive, effective treatment that can help.
CoolSculpting can help you resolve stubborn fat bulges on your abdomen, love handles, inner thighs, upper arms, and chin so you can feel more confident in your own skin. Read on to learn more about the cost of this revolutionary procedure.
The Cost of CoolSculpting
The cost of your CoolSculpting treatment will depend on a number of factors. Your specific areas of concern, aesthetic goals, and the number of treatments you’ll need will all play a role in the pricing. To get great results you may need to treat a given area twice. However, most patients pay anywhere from $1,200 and $4,000 to achieve their goals.
If you’re interested in learning the cost of CoolSculpting for your unique needs, be sure to schedule a consultation at our office. We can evaluate your areas of concern and provide you with an accurate price quote.
Since CoolSculpting is a cosmetic treatment and not considered a medical necessity, your insurance won’t pay for it. Fortunately we don’t require patients to pay up front for multiple treatments, only for what they are receiving on a given day. This makes paying for the treatment over time comfortable and low pressure.
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Benefits of CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting can allow you to resolve stubborn fat bulges without surgery or downtime. It’s a non-invasive treatment that can be completed in less than an hour so it’s a great option if you lead a busy life. The procedure itself is also quite comfortable. In fact, many patients listen to music, check their email, and even nap during treatment. They report that it’s relaxing and actually look forward to it.
Good Candidates for CoolSculpting
You may be a good fit for CoolSculpting if you’re concerned about stubborn fat bulges that are resistant to diet and exercise. However, if your goal is to lose weight, this is not a viable option as it is meant to be a fat reduction treatment, rather than a weight loss treatment. We would be happy to discuss alternative options with you if weight loss is your goal.
Never been happier with my interaction and exams with Dr. Nordan. Recently had to have Moes procedure. Dr. Mosher is so professional and yest able to put someone like me who was pretty fearful, At ease. Can’t say enough about a reception staff as well.