How Many Sittings Are Required to Reduce 6 Inches from Tummy Through Cryolipolisis?
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How many CoolSculpt sittings required for tummy?
Coolsculpting and stomach
Coolsculpting is a great procedure, especially for the abdominal area. Without a photo it would be impossible to ascertain how many sessions would be needed. My patients are thrilled and usually tell me that they first notice that they have lost inches. An in office consultation would be necessary to evaluate your particular situation. For the best results please consult a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience with Coolsculpting.
CoolSculpting Tummy Fat Reduction
If multiple treatments are needed to achieve results, it may benefit you to find a top CoolSculpting provider. My practice offers patients free CoolSculpting when a CoolSculpting treatment is purchased. Our Instant Rebates are available because of our status as a high volume provider. Along with free treatments, our patients enjoy CoolSculpting Complete which includes dual machines, compression garments, and vibrational therapy.
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Thank you for your question. Enough to where you will spend less and get more with a tummy tuck. See a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon for this. Too much Cryolipolysis and you will get loose hanging skin. I hope this helps!
Dramatic Fat Reduction with CoolSculpting
I suggest you see an experienced physician for an in-person evaluation of your stomach / abdomen. At my office we offer a variety of treatment methods, and try to offer the best method to each individual patient, based on their needs. We perform CoolSculpting cryolipolysis and surgical techniques such as liposuction and tummy tuck / abdominoplasty.
My initial impression is that a 6 inch reduction in size of the abdomen would be unlikely with CoolSculpting alone.
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