What exactly is DualSculpting?

If you are interested in body contouring treatments, you must have heard about CoolSculpting, the revolutionary procedure that freezes away stubborn body fat. But there’s now a new treatment known as DualSculpting. But what exactly is DualSculpting, and how does it compare with CoolSculpting.

What exactly is DualSculpting?

DualSculpting is a treatment in which two CoolSculpting machines are used during a single treatment session. The technology used is identical to the standard one-area CoolSculpting treatment, but with DualSculpting, the machines are placed on different areas of the body. DualSculpting therefore provides greater flexibility, and delivers better results.

DualSculpting vs CoolSculpting

DualSculpting is more efficient and saves time when treating some problem areas. For example, treating the thighs or abdomen with CoolSculpting would require two sessions, as the CoolSculpting device treats one area at a time. Patients can save time with DualSculpting, because the left and right thigh can be treated in one session, and both sides of the abdomen can be reduced at the same time. Consequently, patients are able to freeze away unwanted body fat in half the time.

Using two CoolSculpting machines simultaneously ensures more balanced results, as there is no time delay in treating related areas.

Which is the right option for me?

Since DualSculpting and CoolSculpting are the same, the right option for you will depend on the number of areas you need treated. CoolSculpting can be used to reduce fat in the abdomen, flanks, upper arms, submental area (below the chin), inner and outer thighs. It can also treat bra fat, back fat, and fat beneath the buttocks.

Would you like to learn more about DualSculpting? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Memphis, Germantown & Collierville, TN areas, Levy Dermatology is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.levydermatology.com, or by calling (901) 295-0203.

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