How much time should i waitbefore doing another coolsculpting but in a different area like one on the ouer thigh and the other on the inner thigh or one on the thigh and the other on the abdomen
How much time should i wait before doing another coolsculpting?
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CoolSculpting - Additional Treatment Areas
Patients who have just had CoolSculpting treatment can schedule additional treatments in different areas without needing to wait between appointments. It is, however, recommended for patients to wait 30-60 days before having cycles in the same areas, however. Additional cycles can further enhance patient results as each treatment with CoolSculpting can reduce fat up to 25%. Consult your board-certified plastic surgeon and CoolSculpting provider on the best timing for your next treatments. Good luck!
Coolsculpting Multiple Areas
There is no reason to wait to treat different areas of the body. Multiple areas of the body can be treated at the same appointment. If you are thinking of treating the same area then it is recommended to wait 30 days.
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No Need to Wait for Different Areas
There's really no reason to wait between treatments if you're planning on treating a different area of your body. In fact, if time permits, you can treat multiple areas of your body during the same appointment. I hope this helps you plan your treatment
There is no wait time for treating different areas as the treatment is area-specific. We apply applicators to several different areas in one treatment, so for example, it would be possible to do CoolSculpting to the abdomen, inner thighs, and outer thighs during a single appointment. Speak to a CoolSculpting professional about a treatment plan that works for you.
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