Coolscultping is a great procedure and many of my patients first notice that they have lost inches or reduced their clothing size. Yes, I definitely would consider doing cool sculpting after liposuction. Please consult with a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience in cool sculpting for the best cosmetic results.
Yes, CoolSculpting can be done in a previous area that underwent liposuction. I have several patients that have good results following this scenario. Basically, if fat is present it can be removed via CoolSculpting.
I believe there is no medical reason that a coolsculpting treatment cannot be done 6 months after liposuction if the usual coolsculpting criteria are present. As to whether it will accomplish your "desired look", that would best be discussed at consultation.
In order to best answer your question you should be evaluated by a
qualified provider. Factors to consider include: what areas of
liposuction were performed, the presence or absence of submuscular fat,
sufficient "pinchable" fat to treat with the coolsculpting applicator,
quality/quantity of skin in area of concern and an appropriate level of
Yes, you can undergo CoolSculpting 6 months after your
procedure. The real issue is whether you have excess skin or residual fat that
is causing your concerns. If you have excess skin, then CoolSculpting will not help.
If you have residual fat that was not removed from the liposuction treatment,
then it probably will give you an improvement. Be sure to ask a body contouring
specialist what's best for you. Good luck!
I have performed thousands of tumescent
liposuction procedures and have found that the complete healing process may
take up to 1 year. It would be best to wait 9-12 months after your liposuction
before pursuing another procedure so as to appreciate the entire achieved
possible to receive a Coolsculpting treatment after liposuction as long as you
are fully healed. Coolsculpting is a non-surgical treatment that will help
reduce excess body fat. A Coolsuclpting treatment will reduce about 20% of fat
in the area treated and you will see the results typically between 2-4 months
after the procedure once your body naturally eliminates the destructed fat.
Consult with a Board Certified Dermatologist to see if this is the procedure
will help you achieve your desired look.
Check with you dotter to see what their protocol is about Coolscultoing after liposuction. I have not had any f my own liposuction patients ask for Coolsculpting in the same area as they have had liposuction. If a patient wants Coolsculpting in a different area following liposuction I see no problem with that at all.
CoolSculpting might be helpful in destroying more fat cells IF the skin tone is good. Please have your doctor evaluate the area of concern--if there is not a significant component that is fatty in nature, you might not see a substantial change. Lipo and CoolSculpting do not reduce the skin excess. I would hate to have you getting additional treatment if you don't have any fatty tissue to address?!