Do CoolSculpting Results Last?

If you have decided to lose those fat bulges and tone your body, CoolSculpting may be the right procedure for you.  CoolSculpting is a safe, effective body contouring treatment that gets rid of unwanted fat without a scalpel.  But do CoolSculpting results last.

What exactly is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction procedure that removes stubborn fat using freezing temperatures.  It is the ideal solution for contouring those areas that are difficult to combat with diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is a very precise procedure that selectively targets fat cells, without harming the surrounding nerves, skin, or muscles.  

CoolSculpting is effective on areas such as the abdomen, flanks, thighs, upper arms, and submental area.

What happens to the treated fat cells after CoolSculpting?

After CoolSculpting the treated fat cells are naturally processed by the body and eventually passed out as waste.  Most patients start seeing results about 3 weeks after treatment, but the final results can take up to 2 months.

Do CoolSculpting Results last?

The results of CoolSculpting are long-lasting because the fat cells that are treated won’t return.  However, patients should understand that CoolSculpting reduces the fat cells by 20-25%, so there are other fat cells in the area.  Consequently, patients that fail to adhere to a lifestyle of healthy eating and regular exercise may gain weight, and when they, do those remaining fat cells will expand. 

Are you a good candidate for CoolSculpting?

If you already watch your diet, exercise regularly, but still have a few troublespots that won’t budge, you may be a good candidate for CoolSculpting.

Would you like to learn more about CoolSculpting?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Kansas City, Leawood, or Overland Park, KS areas, Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (913) 586-2363.

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