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What is Coolsculpting?

Coolsculpting is the first and only FDA approved fat reduction procedure that freezes away stubborn body fat with no surgery, and no downtime! Coolsculpting painlessly freezes treated body fat causing the cells to initiate their natural cell death or apoptosis. The dead fat cells are then flushed out of the body over a 90 day period! The procedure is very tolerable and most patients at our Denver Clinic say, "I felt a cold sensation that eventually lead to a numbing sensation." And on a pain scale of 1-10, it rates as a 1-2. The Coolsculpting treatment takes about 35 minutes per area.

No Surgery, No Downtime

Painlessly reduce fat without going under the knife!

Cool! But how does it work?

You are marked and measured for precise placement of the Coolsculpting applicators. Once the suction is actived, you will feel a painless tugging as the skin and fat is pulled into the device. Then the freezing begins! You are free to chat, use your phone, work on a laptop, take a nap, or pass time by accessing our Netflix streaming service. Once the procedure is complete, your provider will massage the frozen area. This is to help additionally breakdown more fat cells! We strive to ensure our patients here in Denver are receiving the best treatment while maintaining a maximum level of comfort.

Finally lose the fat in those hard to workout, hard to reduce areas!

Lose Stubborn Body Fat

What results can I expect from my Coolsculpting treatment?

A recent study showed that Coolsculpting patients got on average a 22% reduction of fat in the treated areas. This 22% reduction of fat assessment was done with measuring before and after treatment pictures of Ultrasound and CT-scans. Patients with more fat to lose may opt for a second treatment at 8-12 weeks. Happy Clinic Denver takes extensive and accurate before and after pictures to measure your progress. We recommend scheduling your follow up appointments at 8 weeks and then again at 12 weeks for the final results.