Interested in nonsurgical body contouring with CoolSculpting? This popular procedure is known for its efficacy and versatility. Although it costs less than a surgical fat reduction operation, the cost can still be a significant factor in choosing to receive treatment. To help you plan more effectively, here are a few things to consider regarding your CoolSculpting cost.

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What Affects Your Cost of CoolSculpting?

According to the official CoolSculpting website, the average cost of treatment is $3,200. However, this figure can vary between providers for several reasons, including:

1. Treatment Areas

The size and number of your treatment areas significantly affect pricing. Smaller areas, such as under the chin, will be less expensive than larger areas like the flanks or stomach. The FDA cleared CoolSculpting to treat these 9 areas of the body:

  • Beneath the jawline
  • Under the chin
  • Upper arm (bat wings)
  • Back fat
  • Bra bulge
  • Flanks (love handles)
  • Abdomen
  • Under the buttocks (banana roll)
  • Thighs (inner and outer)

When planning your treatment, think about where you would most like to improve your contours. If you want to treat multiple areas but are worried about your budget, it may be helpful to rank them in order of priority.

2. Number of Sessions

Another important consideration is how many treatments you need to achieve your desired result. In most cases, patients need at least 2 treatment sessions. Your cost will depend on how much fat you want to reduce and how many follow-up treatments your provider recommends.

Patients typically see as much as a 20% to 25% reduction in fat in the treatment area after their first session. Additional CoolSculpting sessions can reduce fat further, ultimately giving you a slimmer, more contoured physique.

However, if you are looking to reduce a large volume of fat with a one-time treatment, liposuction may be the more appropriate option for you.

3. Your Provider’s Experience & Credentials

Although CoolSculpting is noninvasive and low in health and safety risks, it’s essential you choose a provider with medical expertise and a deep understanding of anatomy. The extent of your provider’s training and experience, including whether they have been trained through official CoolSculpting channels, also affects how much you can expect to pay.

4. The Availability of Financing Options

Some providers may offer financing to make your CoolSculpting treatments more affordable. Since insurance will not cover your CoolSculpting expenses, these repayment plans could give you the flexibility you need to get the body you deserve.

Why Choose Las Vegas Plastic Surgery for Your CoolSculpting Treatment?

Las Vegas Plastic Surgery is proud to be a certified CoolSculpting practice, and our CoolSculpting technicians have all undergone extensive training and certification. Our practice was also the first in Las Vegas to offer two machines so patients could enjoy twice the body contouring benefit.

As a double board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Jeffrey Roth oversees all our nonsurgical services, including CoolSculpting. He has over 20 years of experience in plastic surgery and aesthetic treatments, taking great pride in giving all our patients exceptional care and results.

Start Your CoolSculpting Journey

Ready to make your plans a reality? Request a consultation online or call us at (702) 450-0777 to explore your nonsurgical body contouring options.

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