CoolSculpting -Beverly Hills, West Hollywood & Los Angeles
Motykie Medical Spa is a premier facility for a number of outstanding, secure, and state of the art non-surgical procedures for cosmetic enhancement. The medspa operates under the leadership and guidance of an experienced, board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Gary Motykie. Patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles and nearby areas who are keen to look for non-invasive and minimally invasive aesthetic solutions may visit Motykie Medical Spa for advanced treatments.
What is CoolSculpting?
CoolSculpting is an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure for fat reduction without plastic surgery. The procedure involves a revolutionary fat freezing technique that disintegrates unwanted fat cells in a targeted manner to enhance the body contour and provide a more attractive and well-shape appearance. Motykie medspa is fully equipped to provide this innovative and proven treatment to patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities.
Cost Comparison with Surgery
Some patients wish to avoid plastic surgery procedures for fat reduction such as tummy tuck and liposuction, not just for the typical risks that are associated with a surgery, but also because of the cost aspects. Elective surgeries performed for cosmetic reasons are usually not covered under insurance health plans. Therefore, some patients are reluctant to choose these surgeries because they can cost a significant sum of money. However, such patients have a much more affordable, non-surgical alternative in the form of CoolSculpting to reduce unwanted fats and achieve the desired body contour.
CoolSculpting can be performed at a recognized medical spa, which avoids the costs of an accredited surgical facility. The procedure does not involve general anesthesia, which means the costs of the anesthesia team also get avoided. While a surgery includes the fee of the plastic surgeon as a significant cost component, a CoolSculpting procedure can be performed by an experienced CoolSculpting provider, who may not necessarily be a plastic surgeon. That makes the treatment more affordable.
A fat reduction cosmetic surgery procedure will also typically entail costs of medical tests, prescription drugs to manage pain and reduce the risk of infection, post-op garments, and post-op visits to the surgeon for review. All these costs largely get avoided with CoolSculpting. Motykie MedSpa is a state of the art facility for CoolSculpting for patients located in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and nearby areas.
Factors Affecting the Cost
The cost of CoolSculpting procedure may vary from one facility to another depending on a few factors. A key factor is the location of the medical spa where the procedure is performed. The cost of living may vary between different states, and the cost of all services, including aesthetic procedures may be influenced by the average cost of living in a particular area.
A state of the art medspa facility fitted with the latest equipment and technologies, having the back-up of an experienced support staff, and providing high quality services and comforts may cost a little more compared to an average facility providing the CoolSculpting treatment. Patients should consider all aspects while making a cost comparison between two or more different facilities for this procedure.
Average Cost of CoolSculpting
The cost of CoolSculpting will vary from one patient to another even at the same practice. The procedure is highly individualized according to the unique needs and aesthetic goals of a patient. The specific areas of treatment, the number of treatments needed, and the ultimate goals of the patient will go into determining the overall cost of the procedure for a particular patient.
While many patients may achieve the desired outcomes with a single treatment of CoolSculpting, some patients may require multiple treatment sessions to achieve their aesthetic goals. The average cost of treatment may vary from $800 to $2,000 per treatment area. Some medical spas may charge for the treatment on a per hour basis. The average cost of treatment per hour may range between $700 and $1,000.
Insurance and Financing
CoolSculpting is an elective procedure for cosmetic enhancement. Therefore, most insurance health plans will not provide coverage for this treatment. Patients should discuss their treatment plan and the estimated number of treatments they may need to fulfill their aesthetic goals. The total cost can be estimated accordingly, and the medical spa operator can help the patient prepare a correct cost estimate.
Patients may seek financing options through professional medical care financing firms. In some cases, the medspa may provide guidance and support with regard to getting the procedure financed in affordable installments. The payment to the medical spa is usually required to be paid in full in advance before the treatment. The patient should discuss the cost and payment aspects frankly at the time of the initial consultation.
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