I had 2 CoolSculpting treatments done on my love handles. My doctor said to come back after 5 weeks for the second treatment and I just had it done a few days ago. Was that too soon to get the optimal results from the treatment? I've read that you should wait at least 2 months?
Will I Still Get Optimal Results from 2 CoolSculpting Treatments if They Were Done 5 Weeks Apart?
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Coolsculpting for fat loss is repeated every four to six weeks in our NYC practice
Although there are different protocols that different practices use, for more than one year, my practice in NYC has repeated the CoolSculpting, as frequently as every four to six weeks. We have noted better end results than waiting for four months to peform the second treatment.
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If you treat too early, you run the risk of over-treating an area that would have been just fine had you waited a little longer.
If your love handles are large, and you know from the start that you are going to need multiple treatments - that's a different situation.
Time between repeat Coolsculpting treatments
In our practice we wait 2 months prior to repeating any treatment with Coolscultping though I have heard of those doing it sooner. We have been doing Coolsculpting for over 2 years and like to see what it looks like at 2 mos before another treatment applied.
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Optimum timing between Coolsculpting is two months
Coolsculpting for fat removal
It can take as long as ten weeks to begin seeing results from CoolSculpting. However, it may take some people more than 1 session to achieve the desired result. For qualified patients in a hurry to have the best result possible there is no reason you can't receive a second treatment soon after your initial treatment.
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