CoolTone VS. CoolSculpting. What Is So Cool?

Posted on 10 April, 2020

Dr. Avaliani’s practice is chosen to be amongst the first 500 devices delivered in the entire country and one of the first ones in NYC. Double Cool Results with CoolTone and CoolSculpting. If you want cool results for your body, then you need to get double cool treatments.

It is not versus but rather plus.  Better and potentially faster results are more possible with dual treatment with CoolSculpting plus CoolTone.

What is the difference between CoolTone and CoolSculpting?

CoolTone and CoolSculpting are devices both owned by Allergan. The makers of Botox and Juvederm line of products. In simple terms, the difference is that CoolTone targets muscle and CoolSculpting targets fat cells.

Is CoolTone the same as CoolSculpting?

These devices do not compete with each other but only complement each other. Body contouring has evolved from 1D to 3D targeting muscle, fat, and skin totally non-invasively with zero downtime.

Who is an ideal candidate for CoolTone treatment?

Ideal candidate is any individual who is leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle and is looking for a little boost.  CoolTone treatment is not a substitute for diet and exercise and is ideal for people with BMI under 30.

It is ideal for very busy people that need to jump start gym life and also for people who are undergoing a recovery from trauma or surgery and do not want to lose the muscle bulk they worked so hard to build.  This treatment keeps the muscles active for a very long time.

It is perfect to do before vacation, wedding, honeymoon or event.

Can I Use my Brilliant Distinctions to apply towards CoolTone treatments?

Absolutely yes. Your BP points can be applied toward any cosmetic treatment offered by BD program which means the entire cosmetic profolio with Botox, Juvederm, CoolSculpting and now CoolTone.  Yay!!!

Can I get CoolTone and CoolSculpting treatment on the same day?

Yes!.  As a matter of fact, it is advisable to have them both on the same day in order to complement each other and to speed up the fat destroying mechanism and help massage and remove the destroyed fat cells.

Does it matter if CoolSculpting or CoolTone treatment is done first?

There is no clear and definitive answer that exists in literature. Dr.Avaliani’s personal recommendation  is solely based on her personal interpretation and experience to get CoolSculpting treatment first and then follow with CoolTone in order to massage.

How long does CoolTone treatment take?

Single CoolTone session on one area takes only 30 minutes. Super fast.

 How much does CoolTone treatment costs?

The treatment price varies based on the number of areas being treated, the number of sessions needed or recommended and the geographical area where you live.

The average NYC price for a session is $500.

CoolTone Specials will be released in November 2019 for all Brilliant Distinction members where specials promotions will be offered  to experience CoolTone devices at certified practices specializing and familiar with the rewards program.  Dr.Avaliani’s practice is proud to have the best staff members to help our patients to register and to take advantage of any promotions available at that moment.

How many sessions do I need with CoolTone?

This can only be accurately determined at the time of your consultation. The minimum recommended number is 4 sessions, but some patient may need 12. It all depends on what you are starting with and the results you wish to achieve.

Are CoolTone results permanent?

When it comes to muscle, the results are there as long as you use the muscle.

Which body areas can be treated with CoolTone?

CoolTone is FDA Cleared for treatment of the adomen, buttock and thighs.

  • Firmer and toned abdomen
  • Tighter and firmer buttock area
  • Tighter and firmer thighs

Is there downtime with CoolTone?

Absolutely none. There are no restrictions and you can resume your regular lifestyle immediately after the sessions is completed.

How to prepare for CoolTone treatment?

No special preparation is required.

Removal of body piercings and electronic devices in the treatment area are standard precautions. Another one minor precaution for women who will be menstruating during their scheduled treatment is to postpone treatment sessions after the menstruation has finished.

What are the most common side effects of CoolTone treatment?

Tenderness, redness, minor swelling, temporary muscle spasm, joint or tendon tenderness are possible and normal feeling immediately after or the next day after the treatment.

What are the contraindications to receiving CoolTone treatment?

Having an implantable devices such as ear implants, cardiac implants, neurostimulators, drug pumps and other implantable devices in the treatment area.

Having recent surgery, having a visible hernia, scar, open sore, tumor, etc in the treatment area are all contraindications to receiving a treatment. Therefore, an expert medical consultation is of outermost importance to be performed prior to any medical treatment.

CoolTone vs Emsculpt. What is the difference?

Dr.Avaliani’s office is the ONLY Practice that offers both. The difference is the laser name and the company who makes it. They both utilize Magnetic Ultrasound technology which targets muscle cells and results in muscle toning.

Both devices achieve muscle cell hypertrophy and hyperplasia aka muscle cell growth in size and increase in their numbers.

EmSculpt and CoolTone both target muscle cells and are both FDA cleared. EmSculpt has  2 sizes of applicators and FDA cleared for treating Abdomen, buttock, thighs, arms and calves, while CoolTone is currently FDA cleared to treat abdomen, buttock, and thighs with more areas pending FDA approval in the next upcoming months.

Dr.Avaliani’s practice is very unique in that it can offer all the latest devices when it comes to body contouring. We offer both CoolTone and EmSculpt and our patients will have an opportunity to experience both devices if they wish to do so. Our goal is to design and recommend the most effective treatment to our patients.

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