10 Best Clinics for CoolSculpting in Philippines (w/Prices)
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Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
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Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
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St. Luke's Medical Center
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Kato Repro Biotech Center
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JMW Plastic Surgery
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Everything you'll need to know about CoolSculpting in Philippines

What is the cost of CoolSculpting in Philippines?

When calculating the cost for a CoolSculpting procedure in Philippines, remember that several aspects factor into the calculation. The final price is governed by specifics like the regions you wish to target, the number of treatment rounds you need, and the particular location. To give a ballpark figure, people often spend from "$500 through $4,000 per each treatment round". Please take note, these values serve as a guide, and the individual's specific goals and the treatment plan can alter the final cost.

Various clinics in Philippines do offer provisions for financing to lighten the burden. Periodically, they might also extend promotional campaigns to offer more affordability. Even with cost being a major factor to consider, it's equally important to count in the level of expertise of the practitioner performing the procedure, along with ensuring the safety and efficacy of the treatment.

For a more defined estimate of costs that covers your personal treatment plan, we encourage you to set up a direct consultation with a CoolSculpting professional.

What does a CoolSculpting Procedure Involve?

During a CoolSculpting process, a trained professional starts by marking the specific area on your body for treatment, followed by the application of a gel pad that acts as a protective layer between your skin and the cooling panel of the device. They then use a uniquely designed applicator, functioning much like a vacuum, to gently draw your skin into its cup. This can create a feeling akin to mild pinching, tugging, or pulling. On top of that,  CoolSculpting does not involve any incision, stitches, or anaesthesia.

Next, the actual cooling mechanism activates, which can cause a numbing effect on the part of your body being treated. The principle guiding CoolSculpting revolves around the controlled cooling of fat cells beneath the skin, essentially freezing them off. It's significant to highlight that while the fat cells reach the freezing point and get altered, the skin, as well as other adjacent tissues, remain unaffected. This is due to fat cells having a higher freezing temperature. 

As the procedure continues, patients can stay relaxed, read, handle emails or even take a brief nap. Typically, each area's session lasts anywhere between 35-60 minutes, and this time frame varies according to the treatment area size.

How Long Should I Stay in Philippines for a CoolSculpting Procedure?

Thanks to the non-invasive nature of CoolSculpting in Philippines, patients are normally free to resume their usual activities directly after treatment. Every CoolSculpting session generally ranges from 35 to 60 minutes, allowing you to effectively integrate it into your day, perhaps during a lunch break, and return to your routine immediately afterward. Therefore, if you're considering travelling to Philippines for the procedure, there's no need for an extended stay.

That said, depending on the number of treatment areas, your healthcare provider may suggest multiple sessions. If this is the case, you may consider a short stay of a few days in Philippines for convenience and easy access to your appointments. As with any medical procedure, it's beneficial to discuss these logistics with your chosen clinic or specialist ahead of time.

What's the Recovery Time for CoolSculpting Procedures in Philippines?

One of the unique attributes of CoolSculpting is that there's virtually no recovery time necessary. Unlike surgical procedures, CoolSculpting in Philippines is completely non-invasive, causing minimal discomfort during and after the treatment. Patients commonly return to work, hit the gym, or carry on with their regular activities right after their appointment.

However, it's normal to experience minor side effects such as redness, swelling, bruising, or sensitivity in the treated area. These symptoms are temporary and typically resolve within a few days or weeks. Always consult with your healthcare provider for a personalized post-treatment plan. Keep in mind that results from CoolSculpting aren't immediately discernible, final results are typically visible after two to three months.

What's the Success Rate of CoolSculpting Procedures in Philippines?

With a high satisfaction rate of 82%, CoolSculpting is making a positive impact in the world of non-surgical fat reduction. Isn't it impressive when people have such great experiences that they recommend it to their pals? That's the power of CoolSculpting! Research shows us that just one CoolSculpting session can knock off between 20% to 80% of fat in the treated area. While some individuals hit their body goals at one go, others might need a couple of rounds to knock out that stubborn fat. Keep in mind, however, the fruits of your CoolSculpting session take a bit of time to show - think of it like planting a seed and watching it grow. You'll start noticing changes from the fourth week, and by two months, you'll see the most striking results.

Of course, while CoolSculpting is usually safe, it's only fair to let you know about potential side effects, even though they're pretty rare. We're talking temporary aches, cramps, stinging, bruising, some skin redness, itching, and even a bit of a tingly feeling. In rarer cases, you could see an increase in fat cells, a condition known as paradoxical adipose hyperplasia.

Ultimately, we're all unique, and how our bodies respond to treatments like CoolSculpting can also be different. If you're considering CoolSculpting, having a chat with a certified provider can work wonders. They can give you the lowdown on the process, set your expectations right, and see how the treatment can help you meet your body goals.

Are there Alternatives to CoolSculpting Procedures in Philippines?

Indeed, if you're contemplating non-surgical or surgical body contouring methods in Philippines, you have options other than CoolSculpting. Bear in mind, that every person is unique, and alternatives should be considered based on your specific concerns, health condition and personal goals.

Among the non-surgical alternatives to CoolSculpting are:

  • SculpSure: This treatment uses controlled laser technology to destroy fat cells by heating them.
  • UltraShape: This method employs ultrasound technology for body contouring, reducing unwanted fat cells.

As for surgical alternatives, consider:

  • Liposuction: A surgical procedure that removes fat deposits directly. 
  • Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): This process primarily removes excess skin and fat from the abdomen and tightens the abdominal muscles.

Each of these options presents its own set of benefits and potential drawbacks. For instance, while surgical methods like liposuction and abdominoplasty often deliver more substantial results, they are more invasive and come with extended recovery periods and potential risks.

It's advisable to consult with a trusted healthcare professional to discuss these alternatives alongside CoolSculpting. Together, you can decide which option best aligns with your individual expectations and needs.

What Should You Expect Before and After the CoolSculpting Procedure?

Before the CoolSculpting procedure, your healthcare provider in Philippines will conduct a thorough consultation during which they'll review your medical history and perform a physical examination. Additionally, they'll use this time to discuss your expectations, explain the process, and create a tailor-made treatment plan. On the day of the procedure, the applicator delivers precisely controlled cooling to the targeted fat cells. Patients may feel an initial sucking sensation followed by cooling, but many people read, work on laptops or even nap during the session. After the applicator is detached, the provider will briefly massage the area to break up the treated fat cells and enhance fat reduction. Post-procedure, the treated area may seem somewhat reddened, tender, swollen, or bruised, but these are temporary and expected. These side effects should subside within a few weeks. You can usually resume regular activities immediately without any recovery period.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for CoolSculpting Procedures in Philippines?

Post-treatment care for CoolSculpting procedures in Philippines is typically uncomplicated, mirroring a significant perk of the treatment – a zero downtime recovery. This feature allows patients to promptly return to their regular routines. However, like every medical procedure, patients could experience short-lived side effects, such as slight redness, mild swelling, some bruising or increased sensitivity in the treated area. But these are mostly temporary and recede within a few weeks. Keep in mind that individual reactions can vary and everyone's body may respond differently after treatment.

In addition to dealing with any minor side effects, aftercare emphasizes the critical role of a balanced lifestyle. Upholding a healthy diet along with regular exercise is not just vital for enhancing and sustaining the CoolSculpting results, but it also bolsters overall well-being. Remember, although CoolSculpting permanently eradicates certain fat cells, it does not prevent possible weight gain leading to expansion of the existing fat cells. Scheduled follow-up visits with your healthcare provider forms a key part of the journey, aiding in monitoring progress and ensuring proper healing. In essence, a commitment to healthy living is the cornerstone of optimal aftercare following CoolSculpting procedures in Philippines.

Is the CoolSculpting procedure safe?

Absolutely, CoolSculpting by and large enjoys a reputation as a safe treatment modality. It has received the thumbs up from the FDA in the United States for its effectiveness in reducing fat in designated areas of the body. Being a non-invasive procedure, it brings down the chances of complications and risks quite significantly when contrasted with other intrusive fat-reduction methods such as liposuction.

Regardless, it's prudent to remember that even the safest of procedures could cause mild side effects. With CoolSculpting, you might experience gentle redness, sensitivity, swelling or even bruises in the area of treatment. Such occurrences are typically short-lived, receding within a few weeks.

Before the initiation of any therapeutic intervention, including CoolSculpting, it's of utmost importance to hold comprehensive discussions with your healthcare provider about any concerns or risks to make a fully informed decision.

CoolSculpting v's Liposuction

Liposuction, although highly effective, is an invasive procedure that requires small incisions for the introduction of a cannula, a thin tube used to dislodge and suction fat. Due to its surgical nature, it unavoidably leaves behind minimal scarring, though the size of these scars is typically tiny and often inconspicuous. Moreover, the procedure necessitates some form of anaesthesia, either local or general. This contributes to an extended recovery period in the subsequent weeks, during which patients may experience discomfort and temporary restrictions in physical activities.

Conversely, CoolSculpting offers a unique advantage as a non-invasive treatment. It does its work quietly in the background, destroying fat cells which are gradually expelled by the body naturally over time, resulting in nearly instantaneous recovery. Patients can return to their routine activities immediately after each treatment. However, pricing for CoolSculpting is typically per site treated, and depending on the amount of fat, an individual may need 1-3 sessions per site, which can add up. Therefore, when there are multiple areas of concern, liposuction could potentially be a more economical choice. 

Remember, it's just as essential to consider the safety, effectiveness and long-term benefits of both options as it is to consider cost and recovery time factors. Always consult a healthcare provider to discuss your specific goals and find the most suitable treatment method for you. 

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 12/09/2023