coolsculpting dallas planoCoolSculpting® is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure by which fat tissue is cooled, causing the fat cells to break down and be eliminated naturally by the body without damaging the surrounding tissue.


CoolSculpting® is a clinically proven procedure that can reduce smaller fat accumulations in problem areas using a patented state-of-the-art cooling technology.

Approved by the FDA in 2010, CoolSculpting® is a safe procedure that cools unwanted fat cells, causing them to break down and then be gradually removed by the body’s natural biological processes. CoolSculpting® reduces bulges and pockets of fat in the targeted areas of the body without harming the surrounding tissue.

CoolSculpting® typically reduces the fat cells in the treated area by 25%. Retreating the same area (normally done six weeks after the first procedure) can result in a 40 – 50% decrease in fat. The skin is not tightened by CoolSculpting®. In your consultation, Dr. Kerner will give you her honest opinion whether CoolSculpting® can achieve the result you desire or if you are a better candidate for surgical liposuction.



Recovery time after CoolSculpting® is typically minimal.  Most patients are able to return to their daily routine immediately after the CoolSculpting® procedure.

Immediately after the CoolSculpting® procedure, the targeted area may by a little firm and temporarily bruised for a few hours to days. This is an expected effect of CoolSculpting®.  Swelling, bruising and tenderness can occur at the targeted area. These effects usually resolve within a week or two.


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Dr. Kerner has done two surgeries for me. WOW - barely notice any scars. She is very meticulous and honest, she is fun and funny, laid back and just plain great. Highly recommend Dr. Kerner for any plastic surgery you may need or even for Juverderm/CoolSculpting. Just a great experience.

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