CoolSculpting®

CoolSculpting Lawrenceville GA

CoolSculpting® Non-Surgical Fat Reduction is an FDA-cleared treatment designed to help reduce fat from all over the body. When performed by the licensed providers at MadEmEL, CoolSculpting® can be safely and effectively applied to many areas including the abdomen, back, upper arms, thighs, and more.

A single CoolSculpting® treatment can reduce the amount of fat in a treated area by as much as 20%. CoolSculpting® treatments are simple and require little to no downtime for recovery. This means that regular daily activities like work, exercise, and more can be resumed immediately following the completion of a CoolSculpting® treatment session.

How CoolSculpting® Works

CoolSculpting® treatments use a process known as Cryolipolysis™ that utilizes controlled cooling to freeze and damage fat cells. The applicator that is applied to the body during treatment is able to effectively freeze fat cells without damaging or affecting the skin or other cells. Once frozen, the fat cells are naturally expelled from the body, resulting in the reduction of fat from the treated area.

CoolSculpting

*Results vary from person to person. Multiple treatments may be required.

CoolSculpting® FAQs

What areas can be treated with CoolSculpting®?
CoolSculpting® is a versatile treatment that can be applied all over the body. CoolSculpting® is FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges in the submental (under the chin or double chin), thigh, abdomen and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks (also known as banana roll) and upper arms.

How many CoolSculpting® treatments will I need to undergo?
In most cases, multiple CoolSculpting® treatments will be required to achieve a significant reduction of fat. However, this can vary depending on the patient, the areas being treated, and the amount of fat that is present on the treated area.

If you have further questions about CoolSculpting® or to schedule a treatment today, please contact MadEmEl Medical Aesthetics for a full examination and complimentary consultation.