With CoolSculpting, individual heads are attached to the patient’s body during treatment. The heads have different shapes, sizes and, sometimes different cycle times, and because of this, are used to contour specific body areas. For example, the CoolCurve+ head is used most often for treating flanks and the CoolFit head is often used to treat inner thighs and arms. Because each patient is different a custom plan is designed specifically for their needs. It’s important to be sure that your CoolSculpting provider has a full complement of heads because they have been released at different times, such as the CoolSmooth was recently updated.
With CoolSculpting we can contour the body from the chin to the knee.
Commonly treated areas include:
- Back rolls
- Inner thighs
- Outer thighs
- Inner knees
Good candidates for CoolSculpting:
- Are troubled by an area or areas of fatty accumulation and are not obese.
- Have no hernias near the treatment areas.
- Have good skin tone overlying the areas they wish treated.
Is There Downtime With CoolSculpting?
With Coolsculpting you can immediately return to your normal activities. Each treatment takes approximately one hour and you can easily fit your appointment into a lunch break.
How Long Does It Take To See CoolSculpting Results?
After one visit you will usually see a noticeable reduction in fat and improvement. It takes approximately three months to see the full benefits because the body requires time to eliminate the unwanted fat cells. You can have additional treatments for additional contouring.
Are the Results Permanent With CoolSculpting?
As with other body contouring procedures, as long as you maintain your normal diet and exercise routine your results will remain stable.