If you are struggling to get rid of stubborn fat even with diet and exercise, CoolSculpting is the world’s #1 non-invasive fat reduction and body contouring technology. It’s an FDA-approved non-invasive treatment that safely and permanently freezes fat cells, so your body can remove them through your lymphatic system. There is no downtime after CoolSculpting in Dallas, so you can get back to your life as soon as you walk out our door.book a complimentary consultation
- Abdominal Fat
- Love Handles
- Muffin Top
- Double Chin
- Neck Fat
- Back Fat
- Buttocks Fat
- Outer and Inner Thigh Fat
- Distal Thigh
- Fat (above the knee)
- Upper-arm Fat
- Male chest Fat
35 – 45 minutes per treatment region
No recovery time needed
Temporary tenderness or numbness
Volume reduction can be seen within 2 to 3 months or as early as 3 weeks
At Vitalyc Medspa, we like to focus on the after results because how you look and feel
post-treatment is what counts the most.
What Is CoolSculpting?
Currently, there are several cosmetic fat-loss services available on the market. Few, however, are as effective as CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is the best way to freeze fat away, and it boasts a high success rate and reports fewer side effects than most other fat-removal treatments. CoolSculpting just celebrated its 10-year anniversary, so if you’re looking to get rid of belly fat and contour that tummy, there’s no better time than now.
CoolSculpting works on a principle known as cryolipolysis, or fat removal through use of cold energy. Cold temperatures are used to freeze the lipids in fat cells, causing the breakdown of these cells.
Other cells in the body do not freeze at this temperature, so the service only negatively affects the fat cells. This preserves the health of your skin, muscles, and other tissues. In short, the fat cells are destroyed, die, and are eliminated from the body for good.
The CoolSculpting Treatment Process
The CoolSculpting fat-freezing service is very safe. At the start, a gel pad is placed on the area that is targeted for treatment. The CoolSculpting applicators are placed around the region, which is then kept in place with the help of medical suction.
The cooling energy is then applied to freeze your fat. The treatment is so comfortable that patients can use mobile devices or read during it. Many people even sleep through it. There is no recovery time required afterwards, since there is no damage experienced by the surrounding tissues.
What to Expect After Treatment
Patients may notice results starting around three weeks after the service date. A maximum of four to six months is necessary for all the treated fat cells to be filtered out of the body. By this time, you should be able to see a permanent decrease of around 20-25% in the treated area.
To maintain CoolSculpting’s benefits, a healthy lifestyle is necessary. This will require regular exercise and a proper diet.
How Does CoolSculpting Work?
CoolSculpting applies cooling energy to stubborn fat cells, causing apoptosis (cell death). These cells are gradually filtered out of the body, resulting in volume reduction in the targeted area.
How Long Does CoolSculpting Take to Perform?
This procedure requires around thirty-five to forty-five minutes per targeted area. Because we have multiple machines, you are able to DualSculpt, treating multiple areas over the course of a single session.
Is CoolSculpting Painful?
No. It is actually quite comfortable. The treatment area is protected with a gel pad, and no invasive techniques are used.
Do I Need Time Off from Work to Recover?
No time off from work is needed after CoolSculpting in Dallas. Instead, patients can immediately return to their daily schedule.
What Are CoolSculpting Results Like?
CoolSculpting results look very natural, since the procedure doesn’t require any scalpels or excision of tissue. To get a better idea of your potential results, look over our CoolSculpting before and after photos.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
The price of the CoolSculpting procedure varies from med spa to med spa. The price is determined based on the details of each patient’s case, including the number of areas requiring contouring.