At bodysculptRx, we are excited to offer CoolSculpting services. We are your local body contouring location in Noblesville, Indiana. Our team shares the most frequently asked questions by patients when it comes to understanding CoolSculpting, a non-invasive fat-freezing treatment done comfortably in our med spa location.
Yes. CoolSculpting results are now well-documented with over 100-published findings that support cryolipolysis as an effective way to freeze fat cells for removal. CoolSculpting is known for its safety and little to no downtime for the patient.
To get the best results from CoolSculpting, you may need several fat-freezing sessions that target the same area or a variety of areas depending on your body goals. Each target area takes about 30-60 minutes to treat. During cooling sessions, you can watch TV, check your phone, or read. The procedure is non-invasive and requires no injections.
The cooling applicator targets the fat area between cooling panels, and the controlled cooling freezes the fat. This process lasts up to 60-minutes.
Results for CoolSculpting vary from patient to patient. Most patients notice a reduction of fat in their targeted areas within 2-4 months after treatment. The body will flush the dead fat cells out naturally over time.
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive treatment and requires no injections and little to no downtime unlike liposuction or smart lipo. Those are invasive or surgical methods that require downtime and cause discomfort. CoolSculpting is a mild alternative to fat reduction. It is not used to treat obesity or weight loss.
Post-CoolSculpting treatment you can resume your daily activities. Some patients report some bruising, tingling, or redness in the treatment area, but it should resolve fairly quickly.
We have a CoolSculpting questionnaire you can answer to find out if you are a candidate for CoolSculpting or sign up for a free consultation with us below. The best candidate for CoolSculpting is someone wanting to target small pockets of subcutaneous fat that isn’t responding to diet and exercise.