Many of us exercise and eat right and still experience pockets of stubborn fat that won’t budge! With CoolSculpting, you can remove your most stubborn fat cells, using the power of cooling technology. Instead of surgically removing your fat, CoolSculpting freezes your fat cells away. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to your CoolSculpting results:
There is no downtime required
CoolSculpting emits controlled cooling to your deeper fat layers while preventing damage to the skin. This results in minimal side effects after treatment and absolutely no scarring! You might experience redness and mild bruising after your treatment session, but this should resolve quickly, allowing you to get right back to your regular daily life.
Fat reduction is gradual
After treatment with CoolSculpting, your body will need some time to naturally eliminate your destroyed fat cells. Because of this, you should not expect immediate results. However, over the course of the next several months, you will begin to see improvements, leading to improved contour.
Multiple sessions will you give you the best results
While one session can give you noticeable results, you can achieve optimal improvements with multiple sessions. The number of sessions you need will depend on a number of factors including the size of the treatment area, the amount of stubborn fat present, and your body’s metabolism. The average patient requires 2-6 treatment sessions to see results. These sessions will be spaced out with several weeks in-between to give your body time to remove the treated fat cells.
Results can be long-lasting
Once fat cells are destroyed, they can never return! However, your remaining fat cells can still expand, leading to weight gain. To make sure your CoolSculpting results are long-lasting, you’ll need to maintain a stable weight with a healthy diet and regular exercise.
To get started on your customized CoolSculpting treatment, contact our office! We can schedule your consultation with Dr. Bohley to ensure that nonsurgical fat reduction is right for you.