Birthday Suit FAQs
Can CoolSculpting remove fat from every area of my body?
CoolSculpting® is FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges on the thigh, abdomen and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks and upper arm.
What is the treatment like?
The applicator will be placed on the treatment area and there will be a slight sucking sensation as it adheres to your body, followed by that signature cooling effect. During the procedure you may experience sensations of pulling, tugging, mild pinching, intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, and cramping at the treatment site. These sensations subside as the area becomes numb. After the applicator is detached, your provider will do a brief massage on the area to break up the treated fat cells and enhance the fat reduction. That’s it!
How long does a treatment take?
Each CoolSculpting® treatment is different, so it depends on which areas of the body and how many of them you plan on doing. Depending on the area, treatment can be done in as little as 35 minutes.
How many treatments do I need?
While you will see up to a 20-25% fat reduction in the treated area after a single treatment, it depends on the person and the area being treated. We will work with you to determine if additional treatments are necessary to reach your desired goal.
When will I see results?
You’ll start to see changes in as soon as 1-3 months post-treatment. Final results may take 6 months or more.
Is CoolSculpting safe?
CoolSculpting® has been cleared by the FDA to effectively treat nine different areas of the body. Clinical trials have demonstrated CoolSculpting® to be safe and effective in reducing fat in certain areas.
Can I gain weight after CoolSculpting?
The CoolSculpting® treatment helps eliminate stubborn pockets of fat. But, since CoolSculpting® is not a weight loss treatment, it is possible to gain weight post-treatment if you don’t keep up your healthy habits. This kind of weight gain will most likely happen evenly throughout your body, not just in treatment areas.
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