CoolTone & CoolSculpting Financing
BODY SCULPTING TAKES A LITTLE TIME.
NOW PAYING FOR IT CAN TOO.
Financing options available for as little as $71/month through CareCredit.
How Much Does CoolSculpting Cost?
You’ve heard how effective CoolSculpting & CoolTone are, but the big questions are, “How much does CoolSculpting cost?” and “How many CoolTone treatments will I need?”. The cost of CoolSculpting & CoolTone depends on which areas of the body you want to target and what your personal goals are for those areas.
Coolsculpting Starting at $71/month
Contact us to learn more.
Is CoolSculpting Covered By Insurance?
In general, insurance doesn't cover the cost of CoolSculpting or CoolTone because these treatments are considered voluntary cosmetic treatments. It's best to check with your insurance provider to determine if either of these will be covered by your private insurance.
The best way to determine your costs is to schedule a complimentary consultation with us. We’ll help determine the number of treatments you’ll need, as well as the best CoolTone or CoolSculpting payment plan to achieve your goals.
Our goal is to help you achieve your desired results without the burden of high interest debt. Therefore, we have partnered with CareCredit and GreenSky to provide you with flexible and convenient CoolTone & CoolSculpting financing options for your treatment plans.
The CareCredit Card is a health and beauty credit card that allows you to spread out the cost of elective procedures, with payments as low as $100 a month. CareCredit offers a 12-month payment plan with no interest.
Here's how works:
Once you're approved, you receive an open line of credit you can use as often as you like for the procedures you want, as long as you have credit available. Depending on the plans offered, you choose either a No Interest* (If paid in full within the plan period. Minimum monthly payments required) or Low Interest payment plan each time you use CareCredit.
You can use CareCredit for procedures costing up to $25,000, depending on your available credit line.