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What Is It?

CoolSculpting® does not involve needles, anesthesia, or require any downtime.
Patients can have the procedure done on their lunch break and work out the same day.
CoolSculpting uses revolutionary technology, developed by Harvard scientists and physicians, that works by selectively freezing fat cells known as cryolipolysis.

At The Dermatology Institute of Boston the consultations are led and the procedures are administered by board certified Physician Assistant.

Studies have shown CoolSculpting to be both very safe and effective.

The ideal person for CoolSculpting is someone who is at or near their goal weight but has stubborn areas of unwanted fat, resistant to diet and exercise.

I work out and eat right, but had these stubborn areas of fat that just wouldn’t go away. With CoolSculpting, I’ve had amazing results!
JM, 42 y.o. female, current The Dermatology Institute of Boston patient.


Am I a good candidate?

How much does the CoolSculpting procedure cost

How long is each session? How many sessions will I need

Where does the fat go? Are the results permanent

What does it feel like

Is the CoolSculpting procedure safe

Are there any side effects

Can I return to normal activities after my treatment

When will I see results

Do I need to take special supplements or follow a strict diet and exercise program

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Important Announcement

Dear Patients,

Our goal here at The Dermatology of Institute of Boston is protect the health of our patients and staff. To continue caring for our patients during these uncertain times, while strictly adhering to the guidelines set by the CDC, we will be only offering virtual consultations. For some patients, an in person visit is best, but if you feel that your concern could be addressed online, this may be a convenient option for you.

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