CoolSculpting is the No. 1 non-invasive body contouring treatment for women and men and can help eliminate unwanted bulges once and for all.
But before getting started with CoolSculpting, patients often have a number of questions about the procedure. Among these, cost is often a key concern.
If you would like to learn more about the cryolipolysis process and how CoolSculpting cost is calculated, read on.
How is CoolSculpting Cost Determined?
Many patients want to know: How much does CoolSculpting cost? In order to effectively answer this question, it’s important to discuss how CoolSculpting works.
During a CoolSculpting procedure, a device applicator gently vacuums fatty tissue and delivers a stream of intense cooling.
The type of applicator determines the length of the treatment, which can range from 35-75 minutes.
When a single CoolSculpting device is used, only one area can be treated with one applicator.
If a practice offers DualSculpting, two CoolSculpting devices are used to simultaneously target two parts of the body at once.
CoolSculpting Applicators and Treatment Cycles
CoolSculpting currently offers seven different treatment applicators of varying shapes and sizes. Prior to treatment, the appropriate applicator will be selected based on the size, shape, and location of fatty tissue as well as the patient’s goals.
With that being said, each time one applicator is applied to a single area it counts as 1 cycle. As such, bilateral parts of the body, such as the thighs, love handles, and arms, would require one applicator (1 cycle) on the right side and one applicator (1 cycle) on the left side, for 2 cycles total.
CoolSculpting cost is ultimately calculated according to the specific applicator(s) used and the total number of treatment cycles.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost Near Me?
If you are wondering, “How much does CoolSculpting cost near me?” you can click here for our CoolSculpting pricing. To get an exact quote, we suggest that you have an in-person consultation with a CoolSculpting specialist.
At your initial meeting, the provider will carefully access your concerns and goals, evaluate the intended treatment area(s), and create a customized treatment plan.
This plan will include the type or types of applicators that would best suit your needs and the number of recommended cycles.
Learn More About CoolSculpting
If you are considering CoolSculpting, please call our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented providers.