Can I have Coolsculping & Trusculpt on my belly/love handles?
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I recommend starting with one procedure and seeing the results. Coolsculpting alone is very effective at reducing stubborn fat. If after 2-3 treatments are insufficient then I would try another. However, it is safe to combine the two procedures. Best of Luck!
Coolsculpting and other treatments
Without a photo it is difficult to assess the situation and decide which treatments would be best for you. There are times that more than one type of treatment is needed but this is assessed on a case by case basis. Please consult an expert
Not wanting surgery or liposuction, can I get multiple Coolsculpting/Trusculpt treatments
This is perfectly fine. I would consider Coolsculpting/Z Wave/Vanquish combination. Some are doing this all together at same sitting. Other RF technology that seems to work is Exilis. Trusculpt hasn't taken off much but would probably work.
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I would suggest starting with one technology, seeing the results, and combining technologies if necessary. I do coolsculpting in my office, and I am always very impressed how this technology alone is very effective at reducing those stubborn fat pockets quite significantly. Now if after 2 treatments on an area that reduction is insufficient, it is a good idea to try another fat reduction technology, but you might be surprised with your results after only one. It is safe however to combine the 2 together. Good luck.
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