It’s a new year and the time of year that we all set goals and make resolutions for the year to come. Millions of men and women across the country have resolved to get into the best shape of their lives this year. For some, that means losing weight, while for others that means strength training and toning. If you are ready to rid yourself of that extra body fat in those hard to tone areas, then it’s time to invest in CoolSculpting®!

What Is CoolSculpting®?

CoolSculpting® is a body-contouring procedure that works by freezing away fat cells. It is safe, non-invasive, and non-surgical. It is capable of reducing the number of fat cells in each area by up to 20-25%. This incredible technology crystallizes fat cells which are then flushed away over time by the body’s own metabolic processes. At that point, the fat cells are gone and cannot grow back.  There is literally no downtime at all with CoolSculpting®. 

Average Cost of CoolSculpting® Treatments

The CoolSculpting website estimates that the average cost per treatment is between $2,000 and $4,000. These estimates are based on national averages and do not necessarily reflect the actual cost of your treatment. 

The very best way to get the exact cost of your treatment and get all of your questions answered is to schedule an in-person consultation with your providers at Flawless Med Spa. They will be able to speak with you about your desired results, devise an individualized treatment plan specifically designed for you, and then provide you with the treatment cost. At the time of your consultation, they will also provide you with details about financing and specials being offered.

Factors that Influence Your CoolSculpting® Cost

CoolSculpting® is considered an elective procedure by insurance companies. Simply put, it is not considered medically necessary, and therefore the patient is responsible for all costs associated with the procedure. Providers typically have payment plans that help their patients be able to afford the procedure by making manageable payments.

The cost of the procedure is based on several factors:

  1. The area of the body being treated. Typically smaller areas have a lower cost than larger areas of the body.
  2. The geographical area in which you live. The cost of living affects the price of most goods and services across various states and regions of the country.
  3. Any follow-up appointments you may need. Most areas need only one treatment, but some areas may require additional treatments. The more treatments necessary, the greater the overall cost.

Take The Next Step

Patient safety and comfort are our top priorities. Call Flawless Med Spa at (505) 888-1185 to schedule a complimentary consultation. We are pleased to serve patients throughout the Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, and Santa Fe areas.

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