CoolSculpting

The aesthetic for-profit practiceFour cosmetic physicians share their most profitable nonsurgical procedures.
truSculpt 3D vs CoolSculptingHow does truSculpt 3D stack up against CoolSculpting? One expert explains.
Allergan to acquire CoolSculpting’s maker ZeltiqAllergan has announced that it has agreed to acquire ZELTIQ Aesthetics for $2.475 billion, a deal expected to close in the second half of the year.
Measuring nonsurgical fat reductionResearchers offer a reproducible solution to quantify nonsurgical fat reduction results.
High-tech nonsurgical solutions: What works?No one wants technology that over promises and under delivers. One expert says these three won’t disappoint.
New trends in cryolipolysis treatmentToday’s cryolipolysis technology is also offering shorter treatments with improved comfort. Read more on technology updates.
Can we offer patients a no-knife neck lift?There’s big demand for noninvasive neck tightening and contouring, says E. Victor Ross, M.D., and treatment options are expanding. These are some of today’s most exciting new approaches.
CoolSculpting for cellulite?Dr. Grant Stevens shares his insights and experience with the CoolSmooth applicator for cellulite and skin smoothing.
A closer look at SculpSureSculpSure isn't the first non-surgical fat removal device on the market, but does it deliver better outcomes?
Choosing the right fat reduction techniqueThe FDA’s recent clearance of SculpSure (Cynosure) shines a light on the billowing demand for noninvasive lipolysis and the promise that unwanted fat will vanish without a prick or incision. Dermatologists and others faced with the daunting decision of which technologies to purchase or rent should also know there are clear differences between what invasive and noninvasive fat reduction can accomplish.