When it comes to CoolSculpting – a hot new body contouring procedure – there’s an old saying that perfectly describes what happens when you want to increase its efficacy: “Two is better than one.”
That’s where DualSculpting comes into play.
So what exactly is DualSculpting – and what areas of your body can be treated with this innovative procedure?
What is DualSculpting?
DualSculpting is a term used to describe when two CoolSculpting devices are used to treat the same body part.
Here’s how it developed: CoolSculpting typically involves using a single device to treat a targeted body area, like the abdomen or upper arms. This procedure usually takes about thirty-five minutes to perform, during which you can text, read, or even nap. DualSculpting ups the ante by using not one, but two CoolSculpting handles at the same time to double the effectiveness of your treatment.
That way, you get more done in less time – and you can get those fab results faster!
What Areas of My Body Can Be Treated with DualSculpting?
Most body areas can be treated with DualSculpting, except for the smaller body regions that require a CoolSculpting Mini handle (underneath the chin, the armpits, etc). The most common body areas treated with DualSculpting include:
- Upper arms
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
You may only need a couple of DualSculpting treatments to see the same kind of results you’d see with four or six CoolSculpting procedures. DualSculpting is ideal for clients who want to achieve results in less time than what it would take with traditional treatments.
I finally had coolsculpting on my tummy and what a surprisingly easy treatment it was. Ashley the nurse was fantastic and she used the new hand piece that is smaller and faster. It was painless except for the 2-minute massage after the treatment but not bad at all. I’m a little sore today but this was easy-breezy and I can’t wait to see my results. I highly recommend it.
Take the Next Step
Want to learn if DualSculpting is the right option for you? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.
Dr. Aycock serves the greater San Francisco Bay area.