Will Two Small Applicators Do the Trick? (photo)
- Asked by jelly87 in California
- 3 months ago
My trouble areas is my stomach and my flanks. At my consultation they used their measuring tool and recommended two small applicators between the flank and belly on each side to do the trick. It looked like their booklet showed use of small applicators the way they are recommended, but most of the reviews here and on YouTube I see seem to be large. I just want to make sure! I am physically active, teach group fitness. This has always been a problem area. Had 2 pregnancies with natural birth.
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Though your pics are helpful, for the most accurate answer a face to face consultation is always the best bet. From your photos it appears you would be better served with 2 of the smaller applicators for your abdomen as opposed to the large. With any applicator the center of the applicator should be at the 'peak of the bulge'. The midline of your abdomen is not the peak of the bulge, on the contrary there is already a slight natural dip in the center. The smaller applicators couldn't be done simultaneously because there would be a slight overlap, so you'd have to plan on 2 hours instead of 1 but the overall benefit will be worth it. We advise our patients to plan on at least 2 treatments, so plan on a second round of treatment about 6 weeks later.
CoolSculpting effectively reduces post-baby tummy, without surgery.
Dear writer, in your case I believe the assessment of either two standard size (6.3) applicators or one large (8.0) applicator is accurate. This is precisely the beauty of CoolSculpting. We can sculpt your areas of excess fat and reduce them significantly, improving our appearance. I have attached pictures of a young female patient in whom a similar choice of applicators was used. Just one treatment lead to the results you see in the images. Best wishes from Miami, Dr. Leyda Bowes
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