Treatment to Transformation with CoolSculpting!
CoolSculpting is an FDA-cleared, non-invasive procedure that uses cooling technology to selectively reduce fat layers in problem areas like the abdomen and flanks. When fat cells are exposed to extreme cold, a process of natural removal is triggered, gradually reducing the thickness of the fat layer. The result is a visible reduction in fat bulges, while the surrounding tissue is left unaffected.
CoolSculpting requires no needles, surgery or downtime. Most patients can resume most daily activities right after a treatment that usually lasts one to two hours. We recommend a minimum of two treatments per area for best results.
We offer CoolMini treatments for double chins and neck contouring. Like other CoolSculpting treatments, this technique is non-invasive and targets stubborn fat. Learn more about CoolMini here.
Cellutone and CoolSculpting
We offer Cellutone massage treatments for use directly after a bodysculpting technique like CoolSculpting. Skin texture, tone and tightening are all possible when Cellutone is used in combination with CoolSculpting. Cellutone is a non-surgical, non-invasive and painless massage given via a hand-held machine that vibrates to provide a firmer and more youthful look.
CoolSculpting is always done at Dermatology Consultants under the supervision of a board-certified dermatologist. Schedule a consultation by calling 651-209-1600 or contact us using the convenient online form.
The photos below show an actual Dermatology Consultants patient before CoolSculpting treatment on the abdomen and four months after CoolSculpting treatment. Real patient. Real Results.
It’s important to know that CoolSculpting is not a weight-reduction program. The best candidates for this procedure are people near their ideal body weight who eat well and exercise regularly, but have pockets of fat that have not responded to a healthy lifestyle.
Patients often start seeing results in as little as three weeks post-treatment, with the most dramatic results occurring over two to four months.