Reduce fat under the chin and contour the neck with CoolSculpting CooMini®! The smaller, more focused handpiece is specifically designed to fit under the chin. The same cooling technology used for abdomens and flanks can now be used in harder-to-fit areas. Call 704-664-4247 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Andy and see if CoolSculpting CoolMini is a good solution for you!CoolSculpting on WCCB News CoolSculpting in National News
CoolSculpting® is a non-invasive way to gently and effectively reduce fat in targeted areas of the body that results in a noticeable, natural-looking fat reduction in the treated areas. What makes the CoolSculpting Procedure different is that it uses advanced cooling technology to selectively target fat bulges and eliminate fat cells through a gradual process that does not harm the surrounding tissues. This procedure can reduce unwanted fat and bulges such as your love handles.
Unlike traditional invasive surgical procedures, the CoolSculpting Procedure involves no needles and no need for surgical incisions. During the procedure, an applicator is applied to the skin surface to deliver precisely controlled cooling to target and eliminate fat cells in specific areas of the body. As they are exposed to cooling, the fat cells begin a process of natural cell removal. The fat cells in the treated area are gradually eliminated through the body's normal metabolic processes, similar to how fat from food is eliminated. The result is a reduction in fat bulges that is visible in most patients in about two to four months.
With this non-invasive procedure, there are no needles, no incisions, no need for anesthesia, and no recovery time. The CoolSculpting treatment is convenient for most patients, lasting 1-3 hours. During their treatment, they can read, work on their laptop computer, listen to music or just relax. Most patients typically resume their routine activities, including returning to work and exercise regimens on the same day as the procedure.Dr. Andy Tries CoolSculpting! What do patients say?