The midsection is a notoriously frustrating area for many people when it comes to unwanted, stubborn fat. Sometimes it seems that no matter how much you exercise or how healthy you eat, that pesky fat on the stomach just won’t budge. Luckily, CoolSculpting can provide an effective treatment for removing fat deposits almost anywhere on your body.

We get a lot of questions about our CoolSculpting stomach treatment, so today we’re going to share helpful information if you have those same questions.

Understanding CoolSculpting stomach treatments

During a stomach treatment, CoolSculpting technology is used to target the area and cool down the fat cells so that they reach a point just above freezing temperature. This forces the targeted cells to crystalize and die.

The dead fat cells are then naturally removed from the body by the lymphatic system. This helps to decrease fat in the stomach area effectively and pain free.

How much fat can I lose from my stomach?

Like most cosmetic treatments, results can vary from patient to patient. But with CoolSculpting for the stomach, most will see about a 20-30% reduction in the treated area. Many patients will lose several inches from their waistline and see a slimmer and more contoured waistline.

Results can take anywhere from 1-3 months to appear, but many patients see them in just 2-3 weeks.

What is the difference between liposuction and CoolSculpting?

Liposuction requires a surgery that involves powerful suction to remove fat deposits under the skin. On the other hand, CoolSculpting helps you to achieve similar results without the associated risks or downtime. The treatment is non-invasive and pain-free for most patients.

While liposuction has proved to be the most effective treatment for removing fat in the past, CoolSculpting has quickly taken the lead and its popularity is only expected to increase.

Are you interested in learning more about CoolSculpting for reducing unwanted and stubborn fat on your stomach, arms, legs, or other areas of the body? Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a consultation!