Coolsculpting® Treatment in Toronto

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Toronto Coolsculpting Clinic

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Before & After

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Reduce stubborn fat safely and effectively with the revolutionary CoolSculpting procedure! CoolSculpting freezes and treats fat non-surgically with no downtime. This fat reduction treatment is the only FDA-approved procedure to uses controlled cooling technology to safely target and treats diet and exercise-resistant fat.

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Coolsculpting Offers

  • Proven Procedure (FDA Cleared)

  • Noticeable Treatment Effects

  • Long Lasting Results

Coolsculpting Freezes and
Treats Stubborn Fat

The CoolSculpting procedure safely delivers precisely controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin. Treated fat cells are crystallized (frozen), then die. Over time, your body naturally processes the fat and treats these dead cells, leaving a more sculpted you.

Fat Treatment After
The Coolsculpting Procedure

Fat cells that are frozen during the CoolSculpting procedure gradually die off and leave the body through the body’s natural reduction process. That’s why the results are long-term. The fat is treated! Untreated areas will have no change in fat cell distribution.

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Many of us have stubborn fat despite diet and exercise.

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CoolSculpting technology uses controlled cooling to target and kill only these fat cells.

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In the weeks to follow, your body naturally processes the fat and eliminates dead cells.

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CoolSculpting results are long term, because treated fat cells are gone for good.

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More About Us

HOURS OF OPERATION​

Tue-Fri 11AM – 7PM
Saturday: 11AM – 5PM

Monday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

2310 Bloor St West Toronto, Ontario. M6S 1P2, Canada

1 (416) 537-3333

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