How Many Treatments Does It Take to See Results with Vanquish?

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Minimum of 4 Vanquish ME Treatments Recommended

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We recommend a minimum of 4 treatments at least one week apart.  More can be beneficial for more fat reduction.  On average patients see a decrease of 2 inches around the mid-section with 4 treatments assuming the technician is well trained and the patient is compliant with hydration expectations. 

Vanquish Treatments for Maximum Effectiveness

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This is a good question and naturally will vary from person to person depending on the area treated. We recommend treatments weekly for 4-6 times . Patients often begin to express a noticable difference by the end of the month , although complete results are not expected for 8-12 weeks after the last treatment.

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Vanquish Treatments for Success

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The Vanquish ( Maximum Energy) automatically tunes into targeted subcutaneous fat, to heat the deep tissue and selectively destroy fat layers while it remains blind to non-fatty tissues!

The Vanquish received FDA-clearance for circumferential fat reduction in 2015.

We find it exceptionally helpful to treat the abdomen weekly for 4-6 treatments for highly effective results.  Upper arms , thighs and flanks usually require the same as well.

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Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 116 reviews

4-6 Vanquish treatments is recommended depending on the amount of abdominal fat

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Vanquish is a non-invasive procedure that can help remove abdominal and ”muffin top” fat in time for summer.It is not pain full and there is no down time at all.A series of 4-6 treatments is recommended depending on the amount of abdominal fat.

How many treatments to see results with Vanquish?

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Vanquish uses radio frequency technology to reduce fat without surgery or downtime. The number of sessions it takes to see a result depends on what type of candidate you are. For ideal candidates, it takes one treatment which entails 4-6 weekly sessions. There is a lag time of 2-3 months before you see the final result because the body has to go through the process of killing the fat cells and then clearing them out. If there are poor changes to the diet or lifestyle within this time, you may not see as much of a change. As with liposuction, your habits have to be stable or improved to see and maintain the result of Vanquish.

Orna Fisher, MD
Palo Alto Plastic Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

Typically need four treatments

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Vanquish has recently released a new protocol for treatment.  Previously, six treatments of 30 minutes each were recommended.  However, after additional studies, the company now suggests four treatments of 45 minutes each.  This additional 15 minutes actually doubles the time a patient is exposed to the therapeutic temperatures.  The procedure can be performed weekly, and patients typically notice a circumferential reduction of the treated area in two months.

Kent V. Hasen, MD
Naples Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 67 reviews

How many treatments with Vanquish

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This is a great question, but the answer may not be how many treatments, but how long should each treatment be. The published results of an average loss of close to 2 inches in abdominal circumference were based on four treatments, but those treatments were only a half hour long. We have combined our Vanquish treatment with the safety of Thermal Image Monitoring which allows us to treat our patients for 50% more time. We believe the future answer is more time and fewer treatments, in other words, spending more time with us for each visit and coming to visit us less times.

Douglas J. Key, MD
Portland Dermatologic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 15 reviews

Vanquish fat reduction

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thank you for your question. Vanquish is one of the best noninvasive fat reduction devices on the market and painlessly melts fat from the waist and flanks simultaneously. Most clients have 4-6 sessions, and our San Diego clients are very pleased. Ideal candidates have isolated areas of fat excess and no pacemaker or implanted metal devices. Consult with an experienced Vanquish provider to see if you are a candidate. Good Luck!

Roy A. David, MD
San Diego Facial Plastic Surgeon

Vanquish Fat Reduction Treatments

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I generally recommend 4-6 Vanquish treatment sessions spaced one week apart, although this will depend on the individual being treated and their desired results. Most patients see full results within a few weeks of their last treatment, although some do see improvement after the first 2-3 treatments.

Mitchel P. Goldman, MD
San Diego Dermatologic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 26 reviews

4-6 Sessions Recommended for Vanquish

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Vanquish, the newest noninvasive fat reduction device, offers a sleeker waistline in approximately 1 month.

Vanquish is completed as 4-6 weekly sessions - we typically recommend 6 - and results are typically seen around the end of the treatment sessions are typically even better 1-3 months later.

Patient adherence and proper positioning are absolute musts for successful patients. Patients should be extremely hydrated prior to treatment and our staff are sticklers for proper positioning of the patient to maximize treatment.

Melanie D. Palm, MD - Account Suspended
San Diego Dermatologic Surgeon

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