Category Archives: CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting®: The Areas You Didn’t Know You Could Treat

When patients ask about CoolSculpting at our Portland practice, they’re most commonly interested in how effective the treatment will be at slimming down their abdomen and thighs. However, the body contouring treatment is capable of sculpting so much more than just these areas, and we want patients to be aware of the other possibilities. What …

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Your Options for Overcoming Dad Bod

With summer around the corner, many male patients are asking about ways to work on their “dad bods,” a combination of concerns related to aging, stubborn fat, and excess breast tissue in men—a condition called gynecomastia. At our Portland plastic surgery practice, these patients want to feel young, sculpted, and confident as they get ready …

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CoolSculpting® vs. Liposuction: What’s Best?

Both CoolSculpting and liposuction are popular here at Portland Plastic Surgery for their notable effectiveness at reducing unwanted fat. Often, our patients ask if 1 or the other is universally considered "better." In my experience, the answer depends on whom you ask—and what is being treated. Let's break it down, question by question, so you …

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Why Our CoolSculpting® University Grads Make a Difference

We recently celebrated the graduation of 2 members of our staff from CoolSculpting University, where they received advanced training for performing the popular fat reduction procedure. Their dedication to learning as much as possible about the science behind the technique and the skills needed to produce excellent results directly benefits our CoolSculpting patients in Portland. …

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CoolSculpting® 101: Answers to Your Top Questions

We offer CoolSculpting® at our Portland practice for patients who want to shrink stubborn pockets of fat, but aren’t keen on the idea of going under the knife. But what is CoolSculpting and how does it really work? In this post we will provide a crash course in CoolSculpting and answer some of the most …

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