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A revolutionary non-surgical body contouring treatment

CoolSculpting® is a non-invasive treatment that freezes stubborn fat, which then is naturally eliminated from your body. The treatment requires no needles, no special diet, no supplements, no surgery and most importantly, no downtime. CoolSculpting is safe, FDA approved and is an effective removal of little pockets of fat that are troublesome. You'll see results after one session.

CoolSculpting technology

The technology behind CoolSculpting was developed by Harvard University scientists after they observed that some children got dimples due to eating popsicles. The idea is that cold can selectively affect fat cells, called cryolipolysis, the proven science on which CoolSculpting is based.

How CoolSculpting works

Watch this video to learn more about the CoolSculpting technology and process.


Below are results from male and female patients who have tried CoolSculpting.

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How to get started

CoolSculpting is meant for people who are at their ideal body weight but who have defined trouble areas such as the lower belly or the sides of the waist. If you are interested in seeing one of our specialists for this treatment, your first step is a consultation appointment at our Dermatology office at the Heater Road building in Lebanon. After we have confirmed that you are a candidate, you can schedule a one-hour treatment session. Most patients see results within six to eight weeks after their treatment. You may come back for repeat visits if you wish. The results should be permanent as long as you do not gain weight.

We can talk with you about pricing during your consultation appointment. Insurance is not accepted for the CoolSculpting treatment.

Making an appointment

To make an appointment for a CoolSculpting consultation, please call our Dermatology office at (603) 650-3100. Your appointment will be held at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Heater Road in Lebanon, NH.

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