CoolSculpting only requires a short, in-office visit. Your specialists will guide a handpiece across the treatment area delivering controlled cooling technology deep below the surface of the skin. Unwanted pockets of fat eventual crystalize and die. Immediately following your treatment, you’re free to go about your daily routine.
The price you pay for CoolSculpting is dependent upon several key factors:
- The area being treated
- The number of cycles needed per treatment
- The number of treatments needed
At Coolsculpting Transformations, we offer exceptional patient care at highly competitive rates. On average, one CoolSculpting cycle is valued at $750.
A Coolsculpting cycle is a treatment with one applicator, typically lasting ~1 hour. Depending on the treatment area, you may need multiple cycles, for example when treating love handles you will need 1 applicator on each side of your body, or 2 cycles total. Some see their desired results following 1 treatment session, others may need 2-3 treatments to achieve the contoured look they want.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
You’ve heard great things about the CoolSculpting® treatment but the big question is, “how much does CoolSculpting cost?
Since everyone’s body type and end goals are so different, don’t be surprised that most providers won’t give you a cost estimate over the phone.
We offer CoolsculptingTransformations.com transparent treatment pricing along with package pricing for informational purposes online only.
Our Team will typically want to assess your body in person, so they can give you the most accurate quote and help set expectations.
If you’ve ever had braces, it’s a pretty similar experience: the orthodontist typically wants to see your teeth before telling you what it would take to straighten them out.
Similarly, your CoolSculptingTransformations.com wants to see your bothersome areas before giving you a treatment plan to achieve your goals.
Surgical and nonsurgical procedures that enhance and reshape structures of the body to improve appearance and confidence.
Having a positive outlook and realistic expectations are appropriate candidates for cosmetic procedures. CoolSculpting is a personal choice and should be done for yourself, not to meet someone else’s expectations or to try to fit an ideal image. Because it is elective, cosmetic surgery is usually not covered by health insurance.
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