Yes Your are a candidate for Coolsculpting
based on the pictures it appears you are a good candidate. Our ideal client is within 10 to 15 pounds of their body weight and Body mass index of under 25. Consult with an experienced provider for CoolSculpting and best of luck. It becomes increasingly more difficulty to lose weight in the problems areas and CoolSculpting is ideal for localized areas.
Arms and Coolsculpting
You should be within ten pounds of your ideal weight to have coolsculpting. You probably won't lose that much weight in your arms even if you lost five pounds. It looks like you are a good candidate for the procedure. Please consult a specialist for the best cosmetic results. Best, Dr. Green
Coolsculpting and weight loss
I always tell my patients that you will get your best results if you are at your ideal body weight prior to any surgical or non surgical procedure. For some individuals, a 5-10 lb weight loss or gain can show a significant difference in the way you look! Based on your pictures, you look like a good candidate for coolsculpting, as your skin still appears healthy(no stretch marks, not thin and paperlike).
Cool Sculpting Arm. Legs, Abdomen
Dear Britt, From your pictures you are potential candidate for Cool sculpting. You have very little problem areas that may be amendable to the device. With that being said you need a great, honest medical practice for your evaluation because honestly your inner and outer thighs are already at a great shape. The approved areas for legs are for the "saddle bags" and inner thigh "hill" directly under the panty line which I don't really see on your pics. In regards to the knees, some practices are doing the cool mini there but it's off label. From the profile I think the abdomen might be the best area with predictable outcomes therefor choose a medical practice for your evaluation. Best of luck.
CoolSculpting and Results
CoolSculpting improves the fat, 20% per treatment, and often requires multiple applicators to be used to get contouring and a few treatments. I would suggest being at your ideal body weight to see optimal results. Best, Dr. Emer
You seem to be a suitable candidate for the treatment based on the pictures you provided. However, an in-person consultation and evaluation will be needed to determine if you are for sure and how many treatments you would need for optimal results. Being 5lbs over your average weight it doesn't really matter whether you lose it before or after treatment. The important thing is that you maintain a healthy diet and active lifestyle in order to achieve optimal results. Hope this helps answer your question.
Many patients are interested in whether or not they are good candidates for Coolsculpting or any other non invasive procedure for fat reduction.
The best way to determine this is with a consultation. However, an alternative is to call and speak with the office practice coordinator who can answer many of these questions over the phone. The areas on your belly and arms which can be easily pinched and that do NOT have too much loose skin are ideal for treatment.
Hello and thank you for your question. Ideally it would be best to get these fat reduction treatments when you are at your ideal weight, but with CoolSculpt it does take about 2-3 months for your body to process the fat that was frozen out of your body. This means that if you are currently on a diet and on an exercise routine then it would be okay to get Coolsculpted as you will probably get to your ideal weight in a couple of months anyways. Hope this helps, Regards Dr. S.
CoolSculpting for Arms and Legs? Better to lose weight before or after procedure?
Thank you for your question. We usually recommend patients to be at their ideal weight before the procedure. Coolsculpting works best in patients with stubborn areas that are resistant to exercise and a healthy lifestyle.