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Dual Sculpting Northern Virginia

While you are probably familiar with CoolSculpting for fat reduction and body contouring, you may not be aware of an optimized treatment option known as DualSculpting.

But before getting started with this multitasking fat-freezing procedure, you likely have a number of questions, including: What is DualSculpting?

Continue reading to learn how DualSculpting works and treatment benefits.

What Is DualSculpting?

If you are interested in CoolSculpting and want to optimize your results and time, you may want to consider DualSculpting for a more efficient and effective treatment. So, what is DualSculpting?

Rather than freezing fat cells with a single CoolSculpting device, DualSculpting is an advanced CoolSculpting technique that uses two devices in one treatment.

How Does DualSculpting Work?

During a DualSculpting treatment, an applicator is attached to each of the CoolSculpting devices. Then, each applicator gently suctions fat and delivers controlled cooling to a targeted area.

This allows for two parts of the body to be treated simultaneously and is especially advantageous when addressing a bilateral area such as the thighs, flanks, or upper arms.

Why Consider DualSculpting with an Experienced Provider?

Now that we’ve answered – “What is DualSculpting?” and “How does DualSculpting work?” – you may be curious about the benefits of this CoolSculpting approach.

To start, it allows multiple areas to be targeted in one treatment and cuts treatment time in half. For example, CoolSculpting with one only one device would require a 35-minute session to treat the left flank, followed by a 35-minute session to treat the right flank. As a result, it would take 70 minutes total for CoolSculpting on the love handles.

However, with DualSculpting, both flanks can be treated in a single 35-minute treatment.

What’s more, when performed by a skilled and experienced provider, this approach ensures greater symmetry between the left and right side of the body.

Learn More About DualSculpting

If you would like to learn more about DualSculpting and CoolSculpting, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented providers.

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