Risks of Coolsculpting


What are the risks and complications of Coolscultping? Coolsculpting is FDA-cleared for the treatment of flanks, abdomen, and thighs. Typically there is minimal to no downtime with this procedure. During the procedure you may feel deep pulling, pinching, tugging, numbness, or discomfort. As the cool begins, during the first few minutes, you may feel pressure and intense cold. This should subside and you may resume reading, working, or taking a nap. 

Following the procedure, sides effects include temporary numbness, redness, bruising, swelling, tingling, stinging, or pain. Other rare side effects may also occur. Coolsculpting is not for everyone. As with any medical procedure, please see us for a consultation to see if coolsculpting is the right procedure for you. Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Reading

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