November 19-20, 2022
AAD Hands-on Cosmetics (formerly Essentials of Cosmetic Dermatology for Residents) Orlando, FL | Waldorf AstoriaMore Information >
December 1-4, 2022
CSF - Cosmetic Surgery Forum Nashville, TN | JW Marriott NashvilleMore Information >
January 12-14, 2023
ASAPS Las Vegas Facial and Rhinoplasty Symposium Las Vegas, NV | Virgin HotelMore Information >
January 23-27, 2023
Maui Derm Maui, HI | Grand WaileaMore Information >
January 27-29, 2023
SESPRS – Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium Atlanta, GA | The IntercontinentalMore Information >
February 2-5, 2023
AmSpa (Medical Spa Show) Las Vegas, NV | The WynnMore Information >
February 9-11, 2023
Baker Gordon Symposium Miami, FL | Hyatt Regency DowntownMore Information >
February 9-11, 2023
AACS - American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery San Diego | Manchester Grand HyattMore Information >
February 9-12, 2023
South Beach Symposium Miami Beach, FL | Loews Miami Beach HotelMore Information >
February 16-20, 2023
American Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting Park City, UT | Sheraton Park City HotelMore Information >
February 22-25, 2023
Miami Cosmetic Surgery Miami Beach, FL | Miami Beach Convention CenterMore Information >
March 17-21, 2023
Winter AAD Annual Meeting New Orleans, LA | New Orleans Convention CenterMore Information >
April 12-16, 2023
ASLMS Annual Meeting Phoenix, AZ | Phoenix Convention CenterMore Information >
April 19-23, 2023
ASAPS The Aesthetic Meeting Miami Beach, FL | Miami Beach Convention CenterMore Information >
May 17-21, 2023
SCALE Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education Nashville, TN | Grand Hyatt NashvilleMore Information >
June 7-10, 2023
Vegas Cosmetic Surgery (Multi-specialty) Las Vegas, NV | The Bellagio HotelMore Information >
June 22-25, 2023
Cosmetic Bootcamp - Summer Aspen, CO | St. RegisMore Information >
October 27-30, 2023
ASPS - The Meeting (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) Austin, TX | Hilton AustinMore Information >
November 2-5, 2023
ASDS - American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting Chicago, IL | Hyatt Regency ChicagoMore Information >
CoolSculpting® and CoolSculpting® Elite Indications
CoolSculpting® and CoolSculpting® Elite are FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges in the thigh, abdomen, and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks (also known as banana roll), and upper arm in patients with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of ≤ 30 and in submental and submandibular areas in patients with a BMI of ≤ 46.2. It is also FDA-cleared to affect the appearance of lax tissue with submental area treatments.
CoolSculpting® and CoolSculpting® Elite Important Safety Information
CoolSculpting® and CoolSculpting® Elite are contraindicated in patients with cryoglobulinemia, cold agglutinin disease, or paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria.
Ask your patient about any medical conditions including recent surgery, pre-existing hernia, and any known sensitivities or allergies.
During the procedure patients may experience sensations of pulling, tugging, mild pinching, intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, and cramping at the treatment site. These sensations subside as the area becomes numb. Following the procedure, typical side effects include temporary redness, swelling, blanching, bruising, firmness, tingling, stinging, tenderness, cramping, aching, itching, or skin sensitivity, and sensation of fullness in the back of the throat after submental or submandibular area treatment.
Rare side effects may also occur. Paradoxical hyperplasia (visibly enlarged tissue volume in the treated area) may develop 2 to 5 months after treatment, will not resolve on its own, and may require surgical intervention for correction.
As with any medical procedure, a consultation should be done by a licensed healthcare professional to determine if the patient is a candidate for treatment. For a complete list of Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, and Potential Side Effects, consult the CoolSculpting® System User Manual and the CoolSculpting® Elite System User Manual. Treatment applications that deviate from the guidelines are not recommended.
The CoolTone® device is indicated for improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, and development for firmer abdomen. CoolTone® is also indicated for strengthening, toning, and firming of buttocks and thighs.
CoolTone® Important Safety Information
CoolTone® treatment is contraindicated in placing the active applicator over metal, electrical, or electronic implants/devices in the treatment area like cardiac pacemakers, cochlear implants, intrathecal pumps, implanted defibrillators, implanted neurostimulators, drug pumps, or hearing aids.
CoolTone® is also contraindicated in placing the active applicator over menstruating uterus, over areas of the skin that lack normal sensation, and in patients with fever, malignant tumor, hemorrhagic conditions, epilepsy, recent surgical procedure, pulmonary insufficiency, or pregnancy.
CoolTone® should be used with caution in patients with Graves’ disease, active bleeding disorders, or seizure disorders.
Women who are close to menstruation may find that it comes sooner, or cramping is increased or intensified with CoolTone® treatments, therefore, it is recommended to not undergo treatment during this time of the month.
CoolTone® should not be used in the heart or head areas, areas of growth plate, over the carotid sinus nerves, or over the neck or mouth. CoolTone® should not be applied over swollen, infected, inflamed areas or skin eruptions. Caution should be used for patients with suspected or diagnosed heart problems.
Ensure that persons with pacemakers are not present in vicinity of the device during treatment.
Common adverse effects may include, but may not be limited to muscular pain, temporary muscle spasm, temporary joint or tendon pain, and local erythema or skin redness.
Consult the CoolTone® User Manual for a complete list of Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, and potential side effects. Treatment applications that deviate from the guidelines are not recommended.