What I am thinking to do is my lower abdomen (twice), upper belly(twice), love handles and flanks. And thereafter upper arms. I have a very large belly 43". My big concern is that after doing cool sculpting and loose fat from my stomach the skin will be sagging. If that so, a zerona treatment will help?
I Weight 173 Lb, but All That Weight is on my Middle Body, and Arms. Would Cool Sculpting Work for Me According to Pic? (photo)
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Coolsculpting for Lower Abdomen
Coolsculpting would be ideal for your abdomen, flanks, and love handles. The best results combine Coolsculpting with diet and exercise. Since the bulge is gradually reduced, you do not have to worry about loose skin in the way that you do from liposuction. The new cool fit applicator works well on the inner thighs as well. You will probably need two applications spaced at least two months apart to achieve the best results. Please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience in Coolsculpting for the best cosmetic results.
An assessment is needed
Top providers of CoolSculpting Complete have two systems in order to provided maximum fat reduction in the least amount of time. Also, top providers of CoolSculpting Complete are able to provide rebates to patients to buy one area and get a second free.
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We have been performing Coolscultping since FDA approval three years ago. It works consistently in properly selected patients those with non fibrous soft fat that pinches nicely between the fingers upon examination.
Will Coolsculpting help?
It is difficult to know from your photo and without a face to face consultation if you are a good Coolsculpting candidate or not. If you have primarily deep visceral fat that can not be easily grabbed and compressed to allow it to be drawn up into the applicator properly than you may not be an ideal candidate. If you have the body type necessary for Coolsculpting, we have seen some nice skin tightening with Coolsculpting in patients. If further tightening is needed you may want to try Exilis on those areas. I would not recommend zerona for any body contouring or skin tightening. Good luck.
It's difficult to know just from a picture how you may respond to coolsculpting. If you have predominantly "visceral" fat, you will not be a good candidate. It would be best to have an actual assessment to see how good a candidate you are. With regards to skin tightening, we use Exilis after coolsculpting to tighten the skin with great results.
CoolSculpting for fat loss in an ideal patient
An ideal patient can undergo CoolSculpting to reduce a fat bulge if it is localized. When there is generalized adipose tissue girth (fatty accumulation) in adjacent areas such as the lower and upper abdomen and thighs, it will take several (maybe three) treatments with multiple applciators per zone, to achieve good results. Liposuction can work well too. Diet and exercise is important because if your lifestyle isn't rearranged, then you will reaccumulate fat after the CoolSculpting. I have seen some patients that had greater than expected fat loss from CoolSculpting by Zeltiq in our NYC practice but in their 50 year old+ age group, their cellulite and skin irregularities did not tighten (nor is that expected) and they were encouraged to have Thermage, Velashape, or a skin tummy tuck, but the latter has significant risks for some patients so this needs to be discussed thoroughly.
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