I was researching Coolsculpting and Zerona when I came across Vanquish. Since it is fairly new, I am wondering if anyone knows how much it costs for a typical treatment? How many treatments will be required?
How much does Vanquish cost?
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Cost of Vanquish
Vanquish treatments range between $500-$750 per treatment.
Vanquish and Cost
The cost of Vanquish depends on the area treated and the amount of treatments that are required. Some offices sell them in packages which can range from 600 to 750 per treatment. There are treatments for the abdomen as well as for the arms and legs. For the best cosmetic results please consult an expert in non-surgical body contouring. Best, Dr. Green
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In our office we start with a series of 5 procedures, spaced one month apart. The series is $2,500, so $500 for one treatment. Hope this helps.
Treating Stomach Fat with Vanquish
We suggest 4 weekly treatments and have found it successful to do 2 additional treatments for abdomen and flanks by rotating patients onto their stomach after a 30 minute session on the back. Prices vary based on the amount of treatments as well as the area.
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Vanquish treatments are $500/ each including Z-Wave with each Vanquish Treatment
How much does Vanquish treatment cost?
Vanquish comparably priced to other noninvasive fat removal procedures
Vanquish is typically priced per session, usually ranging from $500-$800/session. 4-6 sessions are recommended. At our office, we price as a package with a discount.
The total price is comparable to other non-invasive technologies. However, Vanquish is able to treat a very large area (abdomen and sides of waist) at same time. Other technologies require multiple treatments to cover that large of a surface area.
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