Have you performed additional Vanquish treatments over and above 4-5 treatments with additional loss of inches/circumference?
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Do more Vanquish treatments help?
Great question! We routinely do 5 treatments on all of our patients and we see them back at two months for photo follow ups. Patients are uniformly happy with their results and often opt to add additional treatments to fine tune their results. It is safe to do as long as nothing has changed in the medical history that would be a contraindications.
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It is very exciting, now that I have both the Coolsculpting and the Vanquish machines. I believe that you can do almost as well as liposuction with multiple machine treatments. The happy patients prove that.
We also just started using the brand new Coolsculpting machine that treats saddlebags and thighs. The handle cavers a larger area, without grabbing the skin.
Considerations for Additional Vanquish Treatments
The improvement is also affected by the patient's body type including fatty distribution and tissue laxity. We have seen significant improvement in select patients by adding Exilis Elite treatments simultaneously to Vanquish therapy. Careful documentation and consistent hydration before and after treatment are also fundamental to obtaining optimal results. Healthy lifestyle choices including proper calorie restriction and regular exercise are also emphasized.
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