People considering fat removal in specific body areas can benefit from the cutting-edge, non-surgical CoolSculpting procedure.
This treatment does not involve any downtime or significant risk of complications, which makes it especially sought-after by busy mothers and working professionals.
Additionally, CoolSculpting is more cost-effective compared to a plastic surgery procedure such as liposuction. The surgeon will explain various facets of the CoolSculpting treatment to the patient during the pre-treatment appointment, including its approximate costs.
The Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery and Modern Body Contouring & Laser Center, led by board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Burton M. Sundin and Dr. Reps B. Sundin, provide CoolSculpting body contouring to patients in Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Vienna, McLean, Loudoun, Ashburn, Tysons Corner, Reston, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and surrounding locations.
Cost Comparison with Surgery
Surgical procedures for fat reduction, such as liposuction, are typically more expensive compared to CoolSculpting, which is a non-surgical procedure. For this reason, it does not involve costs related to general anesthesia or intravenous sedation, which are typically necessary for fat reduction surgery.
Plastic surgery can be complex and quite invasive, which may necessitate meticulous pre-operative preparation as well as post-surgical care and monitoring.
Such aspects will add significantly to the cost of the procedure. But CoolSculpting does not usually involve many of these costs. A single session of CoolSculpting takes between 30 to 60 minutes and can be undertaken as an in-office treatment.
In comparison, a fat reduction plastic surgery will be performed at a surgical facility or hospital, which adds to the costs of the procedure.
Factors Impacting CoolSculpting Costs
CoolSculpting costs may differ between two practices and even between two patients at the same practice due to various reasons.
The costs of cosmetic procedures are typically higher in main urban centers compared to smaller towns in the interiors. Many factors, such as the average living costs in the region, real estate costs, and local taxes, impact the costs of products and services, including the cost of cosmetic treatments in the area.
The costs of Extent of may differ between two patients on the basis of the extent of the treatment that a patient needs in a particular body area.
The cost to treat most extensive body areas such as the abdomen, thighs, butt, or back may be more substantial than the costs for the treatment of smaller areas such as the knees, chin, ankles, or chin. The number of treatment sessions that a patient requires also affects the total cost of the procedure.
CoolSculpting treatment differs between patients, and the cost of the treatment of many areas involving multiple treatment sessions is calculated on the basis of the number of areas involved as well as the number of CoolSculpting sessions that a patient needs.
Most patients will be able to acquire finance for their CoolSculpting procedure through professional medical care firms. Additionally, they can also consider other financing alternatives such as credit cards, private loans, and bank loans.
Is CoolSculpting covered by Insurance?
Elective aesthetic treatments, such as CoolSculpting, are usually not eligible for insurance coverage. The patient can ask their treatment provider for any discounts or payment plants that they may offer to make the treatment more affordable.
Plastic surgeons at the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery and Modern Body Contouring & Laser Center receive patients from Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Vienna, McLean, Loudoun, Ashburn, Tysons Corner, Reston, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and nearby areas for CoolSculpting body contouring.
For more information on the surgical and non-surgical procedures and treatments by Board Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeons Dr. Reps Sundin and Dr. Burton Sundin at the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery and M Body Contouring and Laser Centerplease visit:
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