Reduce Body Fat without Surgery with CoolSculpting®
CoolSculpting offers a great way to get rid of excess body fat that has been unresponsive to diet and exercise. Well-loved because it is non-invasive, CoolSculpting is a fast, painless procedure that can help your clothes fit better while giving you increased self-confidence. Approved by the FDA since 2012, CoolSculpting is a popular fat-reduction treatment in our Scottsdale and Chandler offices.
CoolSculpting: The #1 Non-Surgical Fat Reduction Procedure
CoolSculpting has been rated as number one by our patients because of its ease of use and effectiveness. It can be used on numerous zones around the body to produce the lean appearance that you crave. By using cryolipolysis to freeze and destroy unwanted fat cells, CoolSculpting can be used to target fat cells with precision. Most fat zones are reduced in size by up to 25 percent following a complete set of treatments.
What to Expect From a CoolSculpting Treatment at Ultra Smooth Skin
We offer CoolSculpting at each of our locations in Scottsdale and Chandler, Arizona, serving the entire Phoenix area. Our aesthetic providers at each location will give you professional, individualized care when you come in for CoolSculpting.
The CoolSculpting Consultation
Any CoolSculpting treatment will begin with a complete consultation during which our aesthetic technicians will determine exactly what your goals are for your body. We will help you determine where the fat has collected and which areas we can treat. We will ask you applicable questions, including questions about your past medical and surgical history.
The CoolSculpting Procedure
On the day of your treatment, one of our providers will mark the exact areas to be treated. We will then place a medical-grade gel pad on the treatment area and attach our applicator to the pad. When the treatment starts, you will feel the fat sucked up into the vacuum-like applicator. The CoolSculpting applicator will then carefully cool the area. The treatment lasts approximately 35 to 60 minutes. No needles, incisions or anesthesia is needed.
CoolSculpting Results and Follow-up Treatments
There is no recovery time needed following the treatment. Within the next few weeks, the frozen fat cells will be gradually eliminated by the body, giving you a leaner appearance. Your body can never make more fat cells; the ones that have been frozen are gone forever. You may need up to two additional treatments for the best results.
The best place to get all of the answers to your CoolSculpting questions is at your consultation with your Coolsculpting technician. However, here are some basic answers to common questions.
- How does CoolSculpting work?
- Is CoolSculpting surgery?
- Why should I choose Ultra Smooth Skin for CoolSculpting?
- How many CoolSculpting treatments will I need?
- Who is a good candidate for CoolSculpting?
- Who shouldn't get CoolSculpting?
- What areas can be treated with CoolSculpting?
- Where will my CoolSculpting treatments be performed?
- Does CoolSculpting hurt? Will I receive anesthesia?
- Are there any side effects with CoolSculpting?
- How much does CoolSculpting cost?
- Where can I see CoolSculpting before and after photos?
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
CoolSculpting precisely freezes the fat in a selected area without harming the skin, nerves, and other surrounding tissue. The cooling is carefully monitored throughout the entire process. As the fat cells are frozen, they begin to die naturally. Following the procedure, the technician will gently massage the treated area to further break up the frozen fat cells. This will allow them to be excreted by the body more easily. The cells will begin to disappear several weeks after the treatment.
Is CoolSculpting Surgery?
CoolSculpting is not surgery because it is noninvasive. It requires no anesthesia, needles or incisions. Additionally, it does not require a lengthy recovery time. You will be able to continue with your regularly scheduled activities immediately following your treatment.
Why Should I Choose Ultra Smooth Skin for CoolSculpting?
Ultra Smooth Skin is a great choice for CoolSculpting in the Chandler and Scottsdale, Arizona, areas because we have some of the most skilled aesthetic technicians and because we are a certified CoolSculpting center. Our director, Lisa Williams ANP-C, is a Certified Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner with years of experience in a variety of anti-aging and body sculpting techniques. We offer a safe, secure and technologically advanced location for CoolSculpting.
How Many CoolSculpting Treatments Will I Need?
Most patients require up to three treatments per area to achieve results. However, this varies by patient and treatment area. Our providers will discuss the number of treatments and how you can purchase a package to help you achieve your desired result.
Who Is a Good Candidate for CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting may be the right choice for you if you have excess fat in certain areas of your body that is unresponsive to diet and exercise. You should be close to your goal weight and have some noticeable fat bulges in one of the areas that we treat. If you are looking for a noninvasive body sculpting procedure, CoolSculpting may be right for you.
Who Shouldn't Get CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting by ZELTIQ has been approved by the FDA since 2012, meaning that it's been determined that the treatment is considered safe for most patients. However, CoolSculpting is not for you if you are obese because it is not an approved weight loss treatment. If you are 30 pounds or more over your ideal weight, CoolSculpting may not be the right treatment choice. Additionally, CoolSculpting is not for you if you are pregnant, have a history of eating disorders or have had recent surgery in the area.
What Areas Can Be Treated With CoolSculpting?
We treat most areas of unwanted fat with CoolSculpting, including:
- upper arms
- back fat
- bra fat
- inner thighs
- outer thighs
- banana roll (beneath the buttocks)
New treatment areas are likely to be added to this list, so contact us if you have unwanted fat elsewhere and we'll discuss your options.
Where Will My CoolSculpting Treatments Be Performed?
As CoolSculpting is a non-surgical treatment that requires no anesthesia, all treatments can be performed right in our Phoenix-area medical spas.
Does CoolSculpting Hurt? Will I Receive Anesthesia?
Most patients do not report pain with CoolSculpting. You will feel an intense chill at first until the area becomes numb within a few minutes. You may also feel pulling from the suction of the applicator. You will not need any general or topical anesthetic for the procedure. Most patients report that they are generally comfortable during their CoolSculpting treatment. Many of our patients relax and read or catch up on email during the procedure.
Are There Any Side Effects With CoolSculpting?
Your CoolSculpting technician will discuss risks and side effects with you before your treatment. In general, side effects are quite rare but could include temporary redness, bruising, swelling, tingling or pain at the treated area.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
CoolSculpting costs vary depending on how many treatments you will require and the size of the treatment area. Consider checking our monthly specials that we may offer before your treatment.
Where Can I See CoolSculpting Before and After Photos?
You can check out actual patient before and after photographs at the official CoolSculpting website. We also have a book of CoolSculpting before and after photos that you may flip through during your consultation.
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Please note: The average CoolSculpting patient is a candidate for four small applicators on flanks or abdomen. An assessment is required to determine the best treatment plan. Call today for your complimentary assessment!
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