CoolSculpting in Prince Frederick, Maryland

Everyone in Prince Frederick is talking about a revolutionary new cosmetic surgery procedure that can help you slim down with no surgery and no needles. If you’ve got unflattering flab that diet and exercise can’t seem to get rid of, come to Plastic Surgery Specialists today to see if you’re a good candidate for CoolScultping.

What Is a CoolScultping Procedure?

CoolSculpting is an amazing new technology that allows CoolSculpting can help with stubborn fat areasdoctors to remove unwanted and undesirable fat bulges from virtually any part of your body by selectively cooling fat cells. They are drawn into a cooling wand and held in place for about an hour. The affected area will become noticeably cold, but most patients say that the procedure is painless and spend their time reading or working on their laptops. The procedure often requires no recovery time whatsoever, so you’ll be able to get back to your daily life immediately.

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Why Choose Plastic Surgery Specialists for Your Prince Frederick CoolScultping?

If you’re in Prince Frederick, MD, and looking to slim down for beach season, it’s worth your time to make the short drive to Plastic Surgery Specialists in Annapolis. Our award-winning doctors have mastered the techniques and technology behind CoolSculpting and will be able to address all of your needs. PSS is the largest plastic surgery practice in the Baltimore/Annapolis area, which means that it’s also the safest and best value. Best of all, we off FREE consultations, so you can learn more at no risk. Don’t waste another minute wondering if you should wear the two-piece or the one-piece this year—come to Plastic Surgery Specialists today!

CoolSculpting Technology is Safe

CoolSculpting technology safely delivers precise & controlled cooling to target fat cells and leave skin unaffected.

CoolSculpting providers are licensed medical professionals with special training & certification to ensure your safety.

CoolSculpting systems have built-in safety features to stop the cooling if sensors detect that skin becomes too cold.