I am considering to take the liposuction for a while. I am actually not a big guy, I weighted 70kg and 180cm, but my body just lack of clear definition, even i go to gym 3 to 4 times a week. I just feel like i always have some fat that is covering on my chests, stomachs and love handles. Someone told me I only have a very tiny layer of fat, maybe it is enough to go for coolSculpying....
Do I Need Liposuction? Or Maybe CoolSculpting is Enough? (photo)
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Coolsculpting vs. Liposuction
Coolsculpting for fatty areas
CoolSculpting vs Liposuction
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Coolsculpting not a replacement for liposuction
Coolsculpting yields predictable modest results in properly selected patients. Liposuction is also predictable but is much more dramatic in its effect with much more significant results but carries greater operative risks and recovery issues.
Lipo or Coolsculpting
Judging by your photos, you don't appear to need liposuction or Coolsculpting. It doesn't appear like you have sufficient fat for the applicator to grab in order to get an adequate treatment. Coolsculpting is best for distinct, localized areas of stubborn fat, not necessarily diffuse areas.
Candidates for CoolSculpting for fat loss need to be examined in person
Your physique may not lend itself to coolsculpting. If you're examined in a consultation and it is determined that there is an excess of fat in a localized area that can be brought into an applicator of CoolSculpting with suction, then you might be a candidate. On the other hand, if the curvature of the spine with which you were born, is pushing your abdominal content forward, then CoolSculpting will not help.
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