has the new device came out yet?
Has A New Device Come Out For CoolSculpting for Double Chin?
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New Coolsculpting Applicator for Neck?
Thank you for your question.
At this time, there is not a new applicator for the neck area. I do believe that the company is working on new applicators for new areas.
Best to visit their website to see the most updated information.
CoolSculpting for neck fat
There is no applicator yet, nor in the near future, for CoolSculpting of the neck fat. there may be in the future, though. Other treatments have been tried such as ultrasound, injections of bile salts, other energy sources,are still being explored but liposuction certainly has proven itself as a very good technique for this area.
Web reference: http://www.thenyac.com/zeltiq/index.html
Coolsculpting Not For Double Chin
Coolsculpting is great for the following areas: abdominal fat, back fat, and abdominal fat. Newer applications are on the way for the arms, neck, and more.
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CoolSculpting no yet applicable to double chin fat reduction - but may be coming
It is my understanding that the company is evaluating the effectiveness of a small cup applicator for this area, but it would be some time before it would be available..IF if were to be approved.
Outside of liposuction, at this time there is no other treatment specific to that area.
Thermage can provide some subtle tightening, but won't impact the amount of fat.
Coolsculpting for double chin
There is currently no way to perform cool sculpting on a neck - the applicator just won't fit!! The company is working on new applicators and areas to treat but nothing currently available. Liposuction or an open neck procedure is currently the best way to treat neck fat. The ulthera device and some of the radiofrequency devices may cause a little fat loss of the neck.
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