One of the most frustrating parts about losing weight is having stubborn fat that seems determined to stay. You may be fitter and healthier than you’ve ever been, but the fat around your stomach, flanks, back, thighs, and arms doesn’t always want to shift.
CoolSculpting® is a go-to treatment for many people to shift this fat, since it freezes away fat cells with a vacuum-like device. Many people ask how much CoolSculpting costs, so we’ll cover how the costs are calculated below.
The Size of the Treatment Area
CoolSculpting prices in Vancouver and elsewhere can depend on how large the treatment area is. For example, treatment on your back may require more time and resources than treatment on your arms or thighs.
Your preferred CoolSculpting specialist takes this into account when calculating the approximate costs that you can expect when you make your booking.
Even though the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) lists the average CoolSculpting fee per session, every provider is different based on where they are located. Service fees with leading specialists in Vancouver generally start at $2,500 up to $5,000, but there are many factors to consider when setting these prices.
The cheapest CoolSculpting provider doesn’t always mean the best, while the most expensive doesn’t mean you’ll receive more value for money. Sometimes, their location, range of convenient services, credentials, and experience contribute to the costs and overall experience you can expect to receive.
The Number of Treatments
Many people see the value in a single treatment to target troublesome fat around their stomachs, backs, arms, and legs. Generally, they are satisfied with their results within six months.
However, some people rebook with their CoolSculpting specialist to define the overall look of their body or target the fat in areas they’re not happy with. Some parts of the body also require more than one treatment for desired results.
The number of treatments and sessions you receive can determine how much CoolSculpting is going to cost.
The Time it Takes
The time that CoolSculpting treatment takes often depends on the part of your body receiving treatment. Some areas, like arms, legs, backs, and stomachs, take longer than others. Generally, a CoolSculpting specialist factors in the approximate treatment time when explaining the cost.
Most treatments take up to an hour, but you can request a more accurate time frame when you make your appointment.
Calculating the Cost
What someone else pays for CoolSculpting isn’t necessarily what you’ll pay, and vice versa. One of the best ways to calculate the costs of this innovative and effective treatment option is by contacting a reputable and highly-regarded specialist near you for a consultation.
You can discuss your needs, learn about the various treatment options they provide and receive an accurate treatment cost so that you can plan accordingly.
Your body is unique to you, which means that the price tag for CoolSculpting treatment can also be unique to you. If you’re ready to explore a non-surgical alternative to liposuction, contact a CoolSculpting specialist to find out what you’re likely to expect.
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