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Common Coolsculpting Myths

CoolSculpting is a popular non-invasive fat reduction treatment, but like any procedure, it’s surrounded by myths and misconceptions.

Let’s debunk some common myths about CoolSculpting!

1. Myth: CoolSculpting is a Weight Loss Solution

Fact: CoolSculpting is not a weight loss treatment. Instead, it’s designed to target and reduce localized pockets of stubborn fat that are resistant to diet and exercise. While CoolSculpting can help sculpt and contour the body, it’s most effective for individuals who are close to their target weight and have specific areas of concern.

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A lot of our patients combine medical weight loss and Coolsculpting for best results!

2. Myth: CoolSculpting is Painful

Fact: During the CoolSculpting procedure, patients may experience sensations of intense coldness and mild discomfort as the treatment area becomes numb. However, most patients find the procedure to be well-tolerated and describe the sensation as manageable. CoolSculpting is non-invasive, and there is typically minimal to no downtime following treatment.

3. Myth: CoolSculpting Results Can Be Seen Immediately

Fact: While some patients may start to see initial results from CoolSculpting within a few weeks, optimal results typically become noticeable around 2 to 3 months after treatment. This is because CoolSculpting relies on the body’s natural processes to gradually eliminate the targeted fat cells. Patience is key, as final results continue to improve over time.

4. Myth: CoolSculpting Can Treat All Areas of the Body

Fact: While CoolSculpting is effective for targeting many areas of stubborn fat, it may not be suitable for all areas of the body.

The treatment is FDA-cleared for specific areas such as:

  • the abdomen
  • flanks (love handles)
  • thighs
  • double chin
  • upper arms
  • bra fat
  • back fat
  • underneath the buttocks (banana roll)

During a consultation, your provider will assess your area(s) of concern and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for your needs.

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