Published on 4:14 pm, Fri, 22 March 19
Despite our best efforts, we are sometimes unable to reduce localized areas of fat through diet and exercise alone.
Fortunately, CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved fat removal treatment that targets and eliminates stubborn bulges from the abdomen, thighs, hips, upper arms, chin, and bra line.
Plus, treatment is extremely quick, easy, and comfortable.
But because many women and men have experienced the ups and downs of dieting and other body enhancement methods, they may be wondering: “How long does CoolSculpting last?”
Continue reading as we answer this question and explain what happens during a CoolSculpting treatment.
An average CoolSculpting session can take 35-60 minutes per cycle, depending on the treatment area and the applicator used.
During this time, pinchable fat is vacuumed into a CoolSculpting applicator (there are seven to choose from). The cooling panels then freeze lipids within targeted fat cells and cause them to die. The destroyed fat cells are metabolized and flushed out of the body over the next eight-to-12 weeks.
This entire process is non-invasive and occurs without any anesthesia, cutting, or damage to skin or surrounding tissue.
CoolSculpting results are revealed gradually. After six weeks, patients begin to note that the treatment area appears smaller, with improved contours.
Final results are evident by three months. At this time, women and men will be pleased to find that their clothes fit more comfortably and that they feel more confident about their physiques.
One of the most frequently asked questions about this treatment is “How long does CoolSculpting last?”
Because CoolSculpting destroys fat cells and eliminates them from the body, they are gone for good and unable to ever expand. Consequently, CoolSculpting results are permanent, as long as patients maintain their weight through a healthy diet and regular exercise.
If you are considering CoolSculpting, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented providers.