CoolSculpting is a highly popular, FDA cleared fat reduction procedure for people who want to improve body contours without involving plastic surgery. At the first appointment, the treatment provider will usually discuss all aspects of CoolSculpting, including its estimated costs. The goal here is to educate a new patient about the procedure and help them to make a well-informed decision.
Modern Body Contouring & Laser Center (MBody), led by board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Burton Sundin and Dr. Reps Sundin, provides CoolSculpting and various other procedures to patients in Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Vienna, McLean, Loudoun, Ashburn, Tysons Corner, Reston, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Richmond, and surrounding communities.
Cost Comparison with Liposuction
Liposuction is a widely accepted and proven plastic surgery procedure to reduce unwanted fat deposits. CoolSculpting is designed to achieve the same aesthetic goals, while avoiding the typical risks, complications and relatively higher costs that are associated with liposuction.
CoolSculpting can be performed without any need for anesthesia, which will avoid the fee charged by an anesthesiologist. It is an in-office procedure, which means there is no expense for hospitalization or an ambulatory surgical center. Other costs such as the surgeon’s fee, medical tests, prescription drugs, surgical garments, and post-operative visits to the surgeon’s office are also avoided in case of CoolSculpting.
Price Comparison with Other Procedures
The monetary amount of CoolSculpting may turn out to be more competitive in comparison to several other non-surgical fat reduction procedures. Technologies that involve lasers, ultrasound or radio frequency may be costlier or may require more treatment sessions as compared to CoolSculpting. While the cost of each procedure can vary among practices, CoolSculpting is generally considered to be a highly cost-effective procedure in comparison to other alternatives.
Factors Impacting Your Finances
The dollar figure of CoolSculpting can vary from one practice to another depending on a few factors. The location of the practice is a key factor to influence the cost. Living costs are usually higher in prime urban centers and cities in the West and East Coast areas. This will affect the average monetary amount of most types of commodities and services, including aesthetic treatments.
Quality standards, technology, training and experience of the staff, supervision of a plastic surgeon, and the reputation of a practice in providing body contouring procedures are some of the key attributes of a practice that can impact the cost of CoolSculpting. It is expensive to maintain topmost quality standards and offer personalized services by a highly trained and experienced team, but it is always a sagacious idea to choose the best services for an aesthetic procedure.
An individual patient may require CoolSculpting treatment in a single or multiple areas of the body. The cost will be reduced for smaller areas such as the chin, neck, knees, or ankles, while the sticker price will be higher for the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks treatment. MBody receives patients from Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Vienna, McLean, Loudoun, Ashburn, Tysons Corner, Reston, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Richmond, and nearby areas for CoolSculpting and various other procedures of the breast, body, and face.
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