CoolSculpting candidate? (Photo)
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Best candidates for Coolsculpting have fat that can be effectively treated with an applicator
Good candidate for CoolSculpting
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Yes, You Look Like a Good Candidate
Coolscupting and Abdomen
You appear to be an excellent candidate for Coolsculpting in the abdominal area. It will be a one hour treatment and the results will appear in about 4 months. Please keep us posted. Best, Dr. Green
Consultation is key
The large applicator would work on the lower abdomen and the smaller ones on the sides/love handles
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!
Cool Sculpting Results
Realself Question: CoolSculpting candidate?
Coolsculpting is a good alternative to surgery for decreasing the amount of fat in targeted areas of the body. There are some contraindications for the procedure and these would be identified during a detailed history and physical exam. If no contraindications are identified, you may be a candidate for the procedure. Coolsculpting is one option that is used for body contouring. There are other options that should be discussed at the time of the consultation. Each of the options have their own risks, benefits, expectations and limitations that need to be discussed. Coolsculpting is the least invasive and has no downtime. You can expect approximately 20% reduction in the treated area. If you have the same area treated a second or third time, you will see more fat reduction in that area each time. I would recommend you consult with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon so that each option could be discussed and you could make an informed decision on which procedure is right for you if any at all.
I hope this helps. Best wishes!
William J. Vinyard, MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Palm Beach, Florida
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