Cryolipolysis is a nonsurgical body contouring procedure that involves cooling of fat cells to induce lipolysis while sparing surrounding structures. Plastic surgery practices are increasingly incorporating noninvasive aesthetic procedures (eg, cryolipolysis, fillers, radiofrequency, ultrasound) to offer their patients a wider range of aesthetic treatment options. Here, we report insights from 8 plastic surgeons with regard to cryolipolysis best practices from a clinical perspective and the impact of integrating this noninvasive body contouring procedure into a plastic surgery practice. The authors prefer cryolipolysis over liposuction for patients who are not amenable to surgery or those who desire to avoid downtime, also taking into consideration body mass index, skin laxity, comorbidities, and risk of contour irregularities. Patient counseling is critical for setting realistic expectations regarding outcomes and should focus on the efficacy of cryolipolysis, individual variability in results, potential side effects, time course of treatment response, and the need for multiple treatment cycles. Strategies for reaching new patients and expanding services among current cryolipolysis patients are discussed.