Is Coolsculpting Fast And Effective

CoolSculpting was first approved by the FDA in 2010, and since then, countless peer-reviewed articles and studies have been published attesting to its safety and effectiveness. Although there is mild pain during the procedure, CoolSculpting is non-surgical, so there is no need for needles or cutting the skin. There is little to no downtime and you can get back to daily activities right away.

CoolSculpting is not recommended for people with loose skin or poor skin tone, or for people with a large amount of fat to lose. Cryoglobulinemia, Cold Urticaria, Paroxysmal Cold Hemoglobinuria and Cold Agglutinin Disease are four (very) rare conditions that can lead to significant complications following a CoolSculpting procedure. If you are unsure whether or not you have one of these conditions, ask your doctor, or talk to our staff when you come in for a free consultation. 

As of 2019, medical professionals have performed over 8 million safe CoolSculpting procedures. CoolSculpting continues to grow in popularity given its track record as a safe method for shaping and sculpting the body. At this point in time, there have been no reported deaths from a CoolSculpting procedure.

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