Is CoolSculpting with Zeltiq a Good Idea for Me? (Male, Abdomen & Chest)
- Asked by BJJKING in Newark, NJ
- 2 years ago
I have been training for the last 3 months hard eating right and training in mma, judo , and jiu-jitsu i feel great. But my belly and man breast refuse to leave. I have been weight training and trying not to drop to fast so i stay tight but, its killing me. Would it be a good idea to try CoolSculpting with Zeltiq or should i just stay on my course.
CoolSculpting and Male Breast Tissue
Zeltiq CoolSculpting is a good non-surgical option to help reduce some of the excess volume in your chest. However, Zeltiq will NOT address any glandular tissue - it will reduce only what is fat. That being said, I highly recommend you come in for a consultation to determine how much of your tissue is fat and how much is glandular. We will know upon exam what kind of realistic result you can expect. We have had great success when treating gynocomastia in the past - though patient selection is key.
Dr. Grant Stevens
CoolSculpting for men
Gynecomastia by definition is proliferation of male breast tissue. While I do not expect that CoolSculpting will reduce fibrous breast tissue, CoolSculpting may have the effect in some patients of reducing breast area subcutaneous fat excess.
We are currently studying CoolSculpting on men's breasts in my practice. I am hoping that men with excellent skin tone no nipple or areola irregularities and a small amount of unwanted fat in the breast area could achieve positive results with CoolSculpting. Although this is something I am studying, we are currently not offering CoolSculpting for male breast reduction to the general population.
If you do elect to have this are treated, I would strongly suggest seeing a board-certified plastic surgeon who performs a significant number of gynecomastia surgery procedures in addition to offering CoolSculpting.
There are certainly some cases of gynecomastia that would NOT benefit, and could potentially be worsened by treatment with CoolSculpting alone.
Web reference: http://www.bluewaterspa.com/coolsculpting.html
Thank you for your question. Based on the information you shared, I believe CoolSculpting would be your best option. CoolSculpting is not a weight loss solution for people who are obese, or a substitute for surgical methods such as liposuction. Good candidates have noticeable bulges in certain areas they’d like to get rid of. Of course, your doctor will determine if treatment is right for you during a one-on-one consultation. Best of luck!
Recent CoolSculpting Reviews
It appeas as though you're a good candidate for the procedure, but it's hard to tell you exactly without actually examining you.
CoolSculpting is not a treatment for gynecomastia
The love handles may improve with CoolSculpting but the breasts may contain breast tissue more than adipose (fat) tissue. Gynecomastia is best treated by a plastic surgeon who would excise the tissue. If however, the surgeon examines you and feels that a majority of the breast mass is fat and not breast tissue, then coolSculpting might be done as an off-label procedure.
Web reference: http://www.thenyac.com/zeltiq/index.html
CoolSculpting For Men
CoolSculpting works great for active men who do not want the down time of surgery and liposuction. Although based on your pictures, you have a lot of loose skin that CoolSculpting does not address well, you may need some skin removal procedures. I have had my breasts treated with CoolSculpting and had great results!!
Web reference: http://www.bodybyfinkle.com
When CoolSculpting is a Good Option
Definitely continue your hard work training and eating a healthy diet. CoolSculpting may be an option for you if you reduce to a weight that your happy with and you still have residual fatty pockets in the abdomen. Right now this would not be a good option for the breasts.
Coolsculpting by Zeltiq good for fat reduction.
Absolutely give Coolsculping a try on diet resistant fat. You may want to also consider Thermage to assist with some skin tightening as well.
Coolsculpting results for men
Coolsculpting has been a wonderful treatment for fat reduction and is most beneficial for those who do take care of themselves but continue to have areas where they cannot reduce fat.
As a patient myself, the treatment works and I can easily recommend it. We have treated patients with gynecomastia as well with nice results.
You do need to have at least an "inch" of fat to pinch so that the applicator fits well.
Web reference: http://www.351face.com/zeltiq_coolsculpting.php
Coolsculpting definitely works. We have treated many patients and all have responded to coolsculpting. It is a reasonable non invasive approach to removing stubborn fat bulges that you just cannot seem to reduce with diet and exercise.
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