coolsculpting effectivess on small people (5'2", 118lb)
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Cool Sculpting is effective on patients who are thinner and those who are a little heavier!
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Size of the patient does not matter just to have enough fat to pinch
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CoolSculpting for Various Body Types
Coolsculpting gives the most dramatic results when multiple areas are treated; for example upper and lower abdomen and flanks. If you spot treat, it may not yield the results you are looking for. And sometimes is it necessary to repeat treatment in the same area for best results, again regardless of size.
Results are not immediate, you will see the results typically between 2-4 months after the procedure, once your body naturally eliminates the destructed fat. If you are aware of these things, then you might be happier with your Coolsculpting treatment.
Consult with a Board Certified Dermatologist that specializes in this procedure to see if you are a candidate and how many treatments you may need for best results.
Coolsculpting effectivess on small people (5'2", 118lb)
Coolsculpting effectiveness on small people
CoolSculpting on Smaller People
CoolSculp work best on patients that are in good shape and have an area that they can't loose
p is for the patient who is not going to take the time for surgery and recovery. With CoolSculp you get limited results but there is no down time, no surgery, no anesthesiology and you can go from the treatment area to the gym.
Liposuction will do a much better and more complete job but requires surgery, anesthesiology, down time and recovery time.
The size of your frame has no real effect on the success of CoolSculp.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.