How Many CoolSculpting® Treatments before You See Results?

How Many CoolSculpting® Treatments before You See Results? img 1If you’ve tried time and time again to sweat off the extra pounds around your belly, on your back or nearly anywhere else but to no avail, it’s probably safe to say you’re a little frustrated. But the truth is that sometimes, diet and exercise just aren’t enough to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat in these difficult areas. If that’s the case for you, it may be time to try CoolSculpting®.

CoolSculpting® is a nonsurgical body contouring treatment that can offer excellent results, but you may need more than one session to achieve your desired outcome.* The answers to these two questions will help you determine how many CoolSculpting® treatments you’ll need.

What Area(s) Are Being Treated?

The size and number of areas that you’d like to treat with CoolSculpting® can impact the length of each session and how many separate appointments you might need. For example, if you want to remove excess fat in your love handles, each side of your body will be considered one treatment area. Thus, you’d need two hour-long sessions in order to treat both love handles.*

How Many CoolSculpting Machines Does the Practice Have?

DualSculpting™ allows you to have both love handles treated at the exact same time.

If you choose a plastic surgeon who has access to more than one CoolSculpting® device, you can see results in fewer appointments.* With DualSculpting™, you can have two areas treated at the same time, essentially cutting your treatment time in half.*

*This information is for education only, courtesy of, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

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