Are You a CoolSculpting Candidate?

Dr. Lee Colony  In: CoolSculpting

It’s a new year, which means many patients in the East Lansing area are working to stick to their resolutions of looking and feeling their best. Hitting the gym is a healthy habit, though it
may not always be able to give you the results you desire. Stubborn areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise can leave patients discouraged. Don’t worry! Michigan Plastic Surgery offers CoolSculpting, a great way to eliminate those stubborn fat deposits without surgery or spending hours at the gym.


So, what exactly is CoolSculpting? CoolSculpting is the only FDA-approved non-surgical fat reduction treatment that uses cooling technology. During this treatment, fat cells are frozen, permanently killing and eliminating them from the body. This means that if you were to gain weight following your treatment, it would be distributed to other areas of the body that were not treated.


If you are one of the many men or women struggling with unwanted fat on your chin, flanks, abdomen, or outer and inner thighs, CoolSculpting may be a good option for you. Patients should understand that this treatment is not a solution for weight-loss, and should not be used as a sole health solution for those who are obese. Optimal candidates will be within 30 lbs of their ideal weight.

A consultation with Dr. Colony at his East Lansing office can help to best determine whether CoolSculpting can benefit you. During your consultation, you will be able to discuss the procedure, as well as go over your goals and expectations. An individualized treatment plan will be created for you to help reach your body-shaping goals.

If you are interested in CoolSculping in East Lansing, MI, contact Michigan Plastic Surgery today to schedule a consultation.

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon at Michigan Plastic Surgery

Meet Dr. Lee H. Colony, M.D., F.A.C.S., a renowned Board Certified plastic surgeon known for his expertise in aesthetic plastic surgery. As a respected national speaker and educator, his dedication to patient safety and involvement in esteemed medical societies highlight his exceptional skills.