Coolsculpting of the arms and legs can be done when the patient is lying down. We have found that Thermage in combination with Coolsculpting gives amazing results in these areas. For the best cosmetic results consult with a dermatologist with a lot of experience with both of these procedures.
Best position for coolsculpting of the arms?
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CoolSculpting of the arms
Cool Sculpting of the Arms
Thank you for your question. This is a difficult area to get good contact, and an even removal. I suggest you consider liposuction for the arms. I hope this helps!
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Best position for CoolSculpting of the arms?
There may not be one "best" position when performing a CoolSculpting treatment of the arms. I find most patients are fairly comfortable when they are reclined a bit and they lay the treated arm over their head. Some patients may find another position more comfortable.
CoolSculpting for the arms can be great
Coolsculpting of the arms can feel a bit uncomfortable and almost give a sensation of the arms falling asleep is the patient is positioned in such a way that he or she is holding up their arms without support.
Ideally, a Coolsculpting office will be equipped with two systems, one for each arm. if the arms are positioned in a way that the arms can rest on pillows, the patient is generally quite comfortable. This position may make reading or using a computer difficult. Instead, sit back and enjoy the movie of your choice while you are eliminating fat with no down time
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