If you have been searching for CoolSculpting® near me, look no further than Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England. We are proud to offer this revolutionary treatment to men and women living in the New England region, including those in Portland, ME.
What is CoolSculpting®?
CoolSculpting® is the leading non-surgical fat reduction treatment available today. This revolutionary treatment comfortably and effectively removes stubborn body fat without surgery or downtime. The Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England was the first practice in Maine to introduce CoolSculpting® and has been performing the procedure since 2010. Our practice now offers the next level of Coolsculpting and non-surgical fat reduction, the CoolSculpting Elite!
Dr. Maria Atkins and the rest of our dedicated medical team are committed to providing patients with the highest standard of care. The procedure is entirely non-invasive and requires no anesthesia. It uses only the gentle power of controlled cooling to freeze and eliminate fat for good.
How Much Does CoolSculpting® Cost?
Your CoolSculpting® cost at Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England will depend on a number of factors. During your free consultation, we will discuss your treatment goals to determine the approach to your CoolSculpting® treatment that will work best for you.
Some patients may need multiple treatment sessions. We will consider these and other factors in order to provide you with the full cost of your treatment during your consultation. To make this and other services more affordable, we are proud to offer financing through CareCredit®.
How Does CoolSculpting® Work?
Fat cells have a significantly higher freezing temperature than other body tissues. When the CoolSculpting® applicator is applied to a treatment area, it cools fat cells down to a freezing point, while leaving the surrounding cells and tissues unharmed. These frozen fat cells die and are slowly eliminated from the body over time, gradually leaving the patient with a more sculpted physique.
This destruction of fat cells is the reason why CoolSculpting® is effective and long-lasting. During a person’s teenage years, the number of total fat cells in the body becomes fixed through the rest of their life. As your weight fluctuates, these fat cells become larger and smaller in size but do not decrease in overall number. With CoolSculpting®, 20-25 percent of the subcutaneous fat in the targeted area is removed.
What Parts of the Body Can CoolSculpting® Be Used On?
The CoolSculpting® procedure can be used to eliminate fat on nearly any area of the body. Some of the most popular areas include CoolSculpting® arm treatments and CoolSculpting® chin treatments. CoolSculpting® can be used on the following areas:
- Bra Fat
What Can I Expect From a CoolSculpting® Treatment?
The length of each CoolSculpting® procedure depends on the size of the area or areas being treated. Here at Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England, we offer DualSculpting, which allows you to contour two areas of the body at the same time. This will cut down on the amount of time your sessions will take. There is no downtime with CoolSculpting®, so patients can go right back to their daily routines as soon as they leave Dr. Atkins’ office. Typically, changes are visible 8 to 12 weeks after treatment.
How Can I Complement My CoolSculpting® Results?
All CEC patients have access to the leading wellness services at our partner practice, Age Management Center, located just across the hall from our offices. Age Management Center offers individualized, scientifically driven wellness, weight management and hormone balancing programs that complement patients’ body contouring, fat reduction and rejuvenation therapies. For more information or to schedule a free screening to discuss your wellness goals, visit their website, or stop by the office during your next appointment.
If you’re interested in learning more about CoolSculpting®, contact us at Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England to schedule a complimentary consultation. We welcome patients from Portland, Maine, and the nearby areas of New England.