Sheryl Stewart meets with Natalie, a Certified CoolSculpting Specialist and Dr. Michael Workman, M.D. in The Workman Center for Plastic Surgery’s Vancouver office to talk about what it’s like to go through the CoolSculpting treatment.

  • The number one area that people use for CoolSculpting is the abdomen
  • CoolSculpting can also be used on thighs, arms, love handles, and chin
  • Workman has had his chest done with CoolSculpting on one side vs. the other side so patients could feel the difference
  • The top question people ask is “Does it hurt?” – Sheryl shares that for her, it was not
  • Sheryl expected it to be cold, but it was not
  • Workman says that the nerves are numbed after the first few minutes, so you don’t feel very much
  • The number of times you have to be treated depends on your goals and the amount of fat in the specific area
  • The main reason to work with Dr. Workman was the customized, personal experience
  • Workman has DualSculpting which allows them to treat two areas at the same time
  • Patients can expect full results after between 1-3 months
  • The Workman Center for Plastic Surgery is opening a new office in Happy Valley/Clackamas