Could no pain after coolsculpting be an indication that it did not work?
Doctor Answers 12
Good for you!
Best of luck to you!
G. Robert Meger MD
No pain after CoolSculpting
Pain after Coolsculpting
Due to the high number of patients that experience pain with Coolsculpting, we at the Clevens Center tend to suggest our patients and friends try Sculpsure.
SculpSure is the only FDA-approved laser to provide the quickest treatment (25-minutes) and easiest recovery (none). Patients complete the treatment and walk out of our office ready to resume their ordinary activities. Sculpsure melts 25% of your unwanted stubborn fat and, instead of being painful, actually stimulates the patients with a warm pleasant feeling.
As with any surgical or non-surgical procedure, I suggest you consult a board certified facial plastic surgeon to receive the highest quality knowledge, treatment, care and skill available. A consultation provides you the opportunity to relay your concerns and desired outcome to the surgeon while the surgeon can assess your health profile and discuss his/her pertinent advice.
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No pain, no gain?
But no pain does not mean you will not see results. Only time and careful observation (photos) will truly answer this question. Let's hope you are one of the lucky ones with no pain and all gain! Best wishes! Dr. Tholen
Best of luck,
No pain after Coolsculpting
All the best,
No Pain Following CoolSculpting
Coolsculpting and Pain
Coolsculpting is generally a painless procedure. If a patient experiences pain it has no bearing on the results or effectiveness of the procedure. Best, Dr. Green
Some people don't have any pain with coolsculpting.
You will probably get a great result without pain which is amazing for you
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!
Pain After CoolSculpting
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