Does a coolsculpting treatment cost less if you use the coolmini?
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Zeltiq usually sets the base price, however, prices range from clinic to clinic. You can visit zeltiq website to see which doctor is near you. It is important to have the procedure done with a doctor who is experienced in cool sculpting.
The cost of Coolsculpting depends on how many areas you are having
treated. Each area can vary from $600 to $750 dollars. You should speak to your
practitioner about how many sessions you will need on each area as well so that
you have realistic financial and aesthetic expectations.
Sheila Nazarian, MD, MMM
Beverly Hills, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Cost of Cool-mini
The Cool-mini uses the new applicator and is the best way to treat a large area of submental fat under the chin. The price is $1,000 for this applicator and it will take one hour in the office. Best, Dr. Green
Coolscupting treatments at our practice start at $700.
The cost for Coolsculpting starts at $700 for a cycle of CoolCore, Coolmini, CoolCurve, or Coolfit.
The cost for Coolsculpting with Coolsmooth Pro starts at $750.
The cost for Coolscupting will be $1200 for a cycle of Coolmax.
A patient may need multiple cycles to achieve the optimal treatment.
We are currently running a special where a patient who purchases 1 cycle, can get a 2nd cycle 50% off.
You will need to get assessed in person to get a proper understanding of full costs.
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Is the Coolmini less than the other applicators
The CoolMini applicator is designed so the entire surface area of the cup is a cooling panel as opposed the other applicators where there is a cooling panel on both sides of the applicator. The CoolMini is FDA cleared for the chin fat and is off label for the knee puffs and bra fat. It is much smaller than the other applicators so I am not sure you will be saving money by using it. The cost of the CoolMini is a bit higher than the other applicators also.
Cost of CoolMini
Best of luck
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