While we may appreciate the overall health and wellness that we can obtain through regular exercise and a balanced diet, the pay-off when it comes to shrinking inches is often disappointing. When it comes to problem areas like tummy fat, the double chin, love handles, bra-line fat and arm flab, there is no way to isolate specific zones of unwanted fat through lifestyle choices; however, it is now possible to lose stubborn fat without surgery or downtime. Let us introduce you to CoolSculpting®.



An initial consultation will determine the treatment areas and session duration needed to realize optimal results. The CoolSculpting treatment involves the placement of a suction hand-piece, which isolates the targeted fatty tissue to be frozen. There is some mild discomfort that occurs in the beginning stage of the freezing process, after which point, patients can relax for the duration of the treatment. Many patients take this opportunity to catch up on emails, reading and/or watching their favourite T.V. programs.


How It Works

CoolSculpting was discovered by Harvard Scientists, who found that by employing a process called Cryolipolysis®, fat cells could be targeted and frozen without any harm to the surrounding tissue. With the ability to treat a variety of areas, along with substantive and enduring results, this body-contouring device is a leading-edge method to reduce unwanted fat on the face and body.


Patients may experience some swelling, redness and bruising after their CoolSculpting session, which should subside over a period of days following their treatment. Patients can expect to return to their normal daily routine immediately. Over a period of 8 to 12 weeks, the targeted fat cells are metabolized by the body, revealing a trimmer and slimmer physique.

“I was skeptical, but I did it and it's been huge for my confidence.”


Treatment Area

double chin, abdomen, love handles, bra-line, back of the arms, thighs, hips (saddlebags)

Treatment Time


Average Recovery Time


Recommended Treatments

1-2 treatments


Number of treatments recommended and individual outcomes may vary based on patient needs, medical history, and circumstances.