Is it common for Coolsculpting to make surrounding areas carry more fat, or make the untreated area clearly uneven? (Photo)
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Uneven CoolSculpting result
CoolSculpting (CS) is tried and true as you have experienced. It does have its limitations and that includes:
- a "patch-work" of applicator position to achieve fat reduction in the sites selected
- limited amount of fat reduction which varies among patients and technical placement.
- and others.
Thank you for sharing your photos! You appear to have achieved an excellent result. I would recommend that you discuss further CS sessions with your Certified CS Specialist to cover the mid and upper abdominal areas.
Good luck with this!
Coolsculpting results uneven
When the abdomen is dissected into "upper" and "lower" regions, you may end up with an uneven appearance should you choose to forgo treatment in one of the two areas. We typically require our patients to treat the entire abdomen for this reason. We are dedicated to the "treat to complete" philosophy, as our patients are more satisfied and we are very results driven.
Thank you for your question!
Uneven after Coolsculpting
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Fat Distribution Post Treatment
Most of the time, patients have troubled areas that they focus on. Once the area is treated and improves, patients tend to notice other areas that were not as troublesome before. It would be a good idea to visit the provider to follow up and see if you would benefit from additional treatments.
Coolsculpting and Ultrashape
I recommend limited area treatments with Ultrashape to correct this deformity.
Ultrashape is great technology.
Uneven Coolsculpting results
CoolSculpting the upper abdomen
You probably need more treatments and overlapping with the applicator
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam.
Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
best of luck!
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