Is Cool Sculpting Appropriate for Women over 65?
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Women over 65 benefit from CoolSculpting
Thank you for your question; a very important one. In my experience, women over 65 have had excellent fat layer reduction with CoolSculpting. Two points that I may point from my own practice experience: 1. I have seen some of the best responses in women over 65. Some women may have had close to a 40% fat layer reduction after one single Zeltiq procedure. 2. I have been pleasantly surprised to see that somewhat pendulous abdomens in women over 65 have 'bounced back' and lifted after the gradual fat reduction of the CoolSculpting procedure. It is VERY important for good results that your doctor fills the CoolSculpting applicator completely with the fatty area that you intend to treat, in order to maximize fat reduction. Good luck and I hope you enjoy your CoolSculpting Experience!! Dr. Leyda Bowes
Coolsculpting is ideal for someone over age 65
Because Zeltiq is painless and non-surgical it is an ideal treatment for patients who are older. Unlike liposuction which is an invasive surgical treatment, my older patients have been very happy with Zeltiq since it is effective and doesn't have these same risks.
Coolsculpting is great for people of all ages
Even after the age of 65, Coolsculpting can produce great results. As long as you're a good candidate for the procedure, you can get long lasting results with minimal pain and no downtime.
Web reference: http://marylandcosmeticsurgeryinc.com/coolsculpting/
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Unlike liposuction, elderly age is not an issue for fat loss with CoolSculpting
There is much less concern about loss of elasticity and retraction of skin after CoolSculpting compared with liposuciton. Bruising might be worse from more fragile skin and the device shouldn't be done on areas that demonstrate skin fragility (usually sun-exposed arms, chest and legs) and usually CoolSculpting is not done on those sites.
Web reference: http://www.thenyac.com/zeltiq/index.html
CoolSculpting for Women over 65
Thank you for your question.
When considering CoolSculpting, age would not be a reason to rule someone out in regards to getting this treatment. We have had very nice results for older patients. Best to be examined by the doctor to get the most precise advice.
Your age is not an issue
Age is not an issue when considering Coolsculpting. As long as you are a good candidate for the procedure you should see a nice result. Please be sure to have a consultation with your physician or his office staff to ensure you are a candidate prior to committing to the procedure.
Depends on you
not all 65+ year old abdomens are created equally! just as the 25 year old abdomen comes in many shapes and sizes, a proper evaluation is necessary to examine your skin tone and how much of the laxity in your abdomen comes from loose muscle, extra skin, or the fatty layer. the beauty of coolsculpting is that the cold treatment does not affect the skin or muscle in a negative way, but only the fatty layer. see a provider to see what shape your abdomen is to start with and how much improvement you can expect.
Zeltiq Coolsculpting age limitations
Coolsculpting is approved for all ages above 18. What determines if you are a good candidate is body weight and extent and severity of the fat pad. I would encourage a consultation to determine if you would be a go candidate.
Coolsculpting over 65.
Web reference: http://www.newportcoastdermatology.com
Coolsculpting is a great option for all ages
There is no age limit for CoolSculpting. It is a safe procedure that does not require any anesthesia or downtime. I recommend you find a CoolSculpting provider and have a consultation to determine if you would be a good candidate. Good Luck! :)
Web reference: http://www.realself.com/question/coolsculpting-cellulite
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