I received a bbl in 2009 and I am not pleased with the results of the liposuction. My lower abdomen isn't too bad but the upper is my main concern. I believe that it maybe a combination of loose skin and small fat pockets. I'm surprised at the loose skin, seeing as though I was 26yrs old when I received the surgery, no kids, and not a lot of fat was removed. With minimal loose skin would coolsculpting help me?
Can CoolSculpting Help with Fat Pockets and Loose Skin from the Donor Site of a Previous Bbl? (photo)
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Irregularities after liposuction and coolsculpting by zeltiq to improve the results
The grooves you have appear as if the liposuction were done by only using a horizontal passage of cannulae. This is unusual. Further liposuction may improve the results but of course, there is always risk with any surgical procedure, and not knowing how exactly your liposuction was done, I can not comment precisely. CoolSculpting may help reduce residual fat content but it can not make it 100% smooth if the grooves are related to overresection of fat. If this is the case, some fat injections can be done to help lessen the grooves.
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CoolSculpting is great after Liposuction
Many people have irregularities after liposuction or tummy tucks. Coolsculpting works wonderfully to help "revise" or improve the results of surgery, this is a very common use of Coolsculpting.
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CoolSculpting for loose skin
CoolSculpting is not designed to be a weight loss treatment and it is not a good treatment for loose skin. It could, in fact make loose skin even looser.
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