Cleveland, Ohio doctor that will spot reduce buttocks using CoolSculpting?
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Coolsculpting vs. Smart Lipo
Coolsculpting is great for fat reduction. It is non-surgical, there's no downtime, and it works. It just doesn't give as much improvement as a surgeon can with surgical techniques such as Smart Lipo. The right option depends on how much improvement you're looking for and how you are shaped. For many patients a little spot treatment with Coolsculpting gives a nice improvement in the easiest possible way but sometimes a patient needs a little more so they'll go with Smart Lipo. In other cases patients know they'll only get a minor improvement with Coolsculpting and they're fine with that but they'll do it 2 or 3 times to achieve the full result. That may take more time and visits but for some it's worth it. Do your research and find a surgeon that offers the full range of body contouring procedures--Coolsculpting, Smart Lipo, Liposuction, and Tummy Tucks. That way you'll get a straight answer about what will be best for you. Best of luck!
Coolsculpting, SculpSure, Vanquish for Fat Reducing / Sculptra for Facial Sculpting Collagen Building
We do a combination of vanquish RF fat removal and skin tightening with coolsculpting for fat removal. Best, Dr. Emer.
Improving a small spot of fat
In general, it is not a good idea to lipo or use the Coolsculpting on the buttocks. If it is a small area, it is possible that Kybella can be used or the CoolMini. A consultation is the best way to determine what's good for you.
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Coolsculpting and Buttock
It is difficult to know without seeing a photo if you are a candidate. We fix and treat a lot of patients in this area who had previous treatments. I would recommend that you consult an expert in Coolsculpting for the best results. Best, Dr. Green
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