Aestheticians, surgeons, and medical aesthetic professionals will be excited to learn about the latest FDA-approved CoolSculpting® application for fat reduction. ZELTIQ®, the medical-technology company behind the revolutionary CoolSculpting service, announced last week that it has received the necessary clearance from the FDA for expanded use of CoolSculpting technology. This includes the new “CoolMini” applicator device, which is specifically engineered to address smaller pockets of fat, including the submental or chin fat area.
According to Zeltiq, the new CoolMini applicator’s design is manufactured to specifically address small volume areas of fat. Thanks to the unique shape and curvature of the device, even the smallest of problem areas can now comfortably be eliminated. Mark Foley, President and CEO of ZELTIQ, demonstrated the groundbreaking nature of this technology, “I believe our new CoolMini applicator will provide a truly compelling alternative to other popular devices and methods currently used to treat and contour the neck, like liposuction. I have been particularly pleased with the very positive feedback we are receiving from both physicians and patients based on our limited European launch.”
Dr. Suzanne Kimer, Founding Director of the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of Northern California in Sacramento, shared her positive experiences with the device as well. “The outcomes I have observed using the CoolMini applicator to treat the submental area have been extremely positive,” she said, “and this treatment has also demonstrated very high levels of patient satisfaction.”
Over 500 CoolMini treatments have already been completed through pilot clinical trials and a controlled European launch that began over the summer months. The results of the launch have indicated high levels of patient satisfaction consistent with prior CoolSculpting applicators and procedures, adding even more credibility to the expert testimonials.
Acara Partners encourages its aesthetic medical clients to embrace CoolSculpting technology and the benefits it has to offer any growing medical spa, surgical practice, or other industry location. Now is a perfect time to explore the possibility of adding this popular technology to your repertoire if you haven’t already. To learn more about adding CoolSculpting to your practice, call Colleen Acunzo, Managing Partner, 203-488-0028 x305 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.