CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that uses fat-freezing, or controlled cooling to reduce unwanted fat. In addition to understanding how CoolSculpting works, how long treatments take, how soon results will be noticeable, and which areas can be treated, a very popular question is, “How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?”
The price paid for CoolSculpting is dependent upon a number of factors.
What Factors Affect the Cost of CoolSculpting?
First and foremost the cost of CoolSculpting depends on how many areas are being treated, along with the total number of treatments required. Each client has different needs, different body types, and varying desired outcomes, so treatment plans and costs will also be unique.
CoolSculpting prices are determined by the number of treatments and the type of applicators needed during each treatment. CoolSculpting applicators come in many sizes and shapes to contour to the different areas of the body.
The size and number of applicators used to target a specific treatment area depend on the patient’s body shape. For example, freezing belly fat on one person may require the use of two small applicators. Someone else may require the use of one large applicator. Different applicators cost different amounts, so large applicators because they cover more treatment areas, will cost more than small applicators.
During your free consultation at Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa, a specialist evaluates your body shape in context with your aesthetic goals to determine which applicators will help you achieve optimal fat reduction and body contouring results.
CoolSculpting Cost by Treatment Area:
- Chin – Smaller area so lower average cost
- Upper Arms – Medium-sized area with average cost
- Abdomen – Large area with higher average cost
- Hips – Large area with higher average cost
- Thighs – Large area with higher average cost
- Back – Medium- to large-sized area with mid to high cost
Additional Factors that Affect the Cost of CoolSculpting
Another factor that affects the cost of CoolSculpting is the need for any pre-treatment bloodwork or other preparation services prior to treatment. The more pre-treatment services, the more CoolSculpting will cost in total.
Lastly, where you live also impacts the cost of CoolSculpting. In the South Shore region of Boston, where Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa is located, costs will be relatively higher than in other areas of the country. However, with that being said, Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa pricing is very competitive and an excellent value, especially when considering the experience and professionalism of our team, our results-oriented and leading-edge techniques, and the advanced technology we use.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Elite Cost?
Another factor that will impact the cost of CoolSculpting is if the treatment will be a traditional CoolSculpting procedure or a CoolSculpting Elite treatment. CoolSculpting Elite improves the original CoolSculpting fat-freezing procedure with re-engineered applicators, larger cooling panels, and the capacity to use two applicators simultaneously. Like CoolSculpting, CoolSculpting Elite treatments and costs vary per patient and are dependent upon unique needs and requirements.
Is CoolSculpting Covered by Insurance?
CoolSculpting, like other fat reduction treatments, is an elective cosmetic procedure and the cost is typically not covered by private health insurance or Medicare.
In some cases, cosmetic or reconstructive surgeries can be covered by insurance. For instance, a cosmetic surgery that reshapes normal structures of the body in order to improve appearance and self-esteem could be covered by insurance. Also, reconstructive surgery that alters abnormal body structures caused by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors, or disease may also be covered by insurance.
CoolSculpting is neither of these, it is not a surgery and it has no medical indications so it will most likely not be covered by insurance. Regardless of the assumptions, you should always consult with your insurance company before any treatments to see if they will cover any of the costs.
Can CoolSculpting Be Financed?
Yes, partial or entire CoolSculpting treatment financing is available at Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa. Our Enhanced Financing lets you structure a payment plan that meets your budget requirements without delaying your CoolSculpting treatments. During your free CoolSculpting consultation, our team will help you complete an easy application, and you will receive a credit decision almost immediately.
Is CoolSculpting Worth It?
At Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa, we strongly believe CoolSculpting is worth it. As with any cosmetic procedure, there are risks involved, and the cost of your CoolSculpting treatment will vary depending on the area being targeted, and your desired results. We only recommend CoolSculpting to clients who will benefit from it though.
During your free consultation, we can determine if CoolSculpting is right for you and which treatment plan will deliver the best results. Our clients are very happy with their results after CoolSculpting and find the investment worth it because it makes them feel better about their image … and that boost to your self-image is priceless.
As with any procedure, it is important to consider the costs and benefits of CoolSculpting before committing to a treatment plan.
How to Save on CoolSculpting Costs?
Our CoolSculpting treatment prices are already competitively priced and a great value, however, there are ways to potentially save on our CoolSculpting services.
- Purchase a treatment package that gives you a discount on the overall price.
- Combine two services to achieve savings on your CoolSculpting treatment.
- From time to time, we may run a special on CoolSculpting.
- Repeat clients can also enjoy discounted pricing.
Ready To Invest in CoolSculpting?
If you’re wondering whether you’re a good candidate for CoolSculpting, it is in your best interest to schedule a free consultation at Gentle Aesthetics Med Spa. During this consultation, we will let you know if CoolSculpting is right for you, what the costs will be, and go over any financing options, if desired, to make the treatments as manageable as possible.
Call us at (781) 843-0800 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your free private consultation.