Lipoplasty is designed to be an alternative to liposuction surgery, and works by reducing visceral and subcutaneous fat that is sometimes untreatable with traditional liposuction and other body sculpting procedures. The Lipoplasty device is applied directly to the skin and emits radi-frequency energy to help melt the fat cells. It also works to tighten the skin and reduce cellulite or stretch marks by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
The procedure can be administered to the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, arms, back face, neck and male breast tissue. treatments typically last for about an hour and are painless. There may be mild redness or soreness after the procedure, which typically resides within a few days.
Individuals undergoing the Lipoplasty procedure must be in good health and maintain a commitment to exercise at least three to four times a week in order to help the fat move through the elimination system. They must also drink at least 64 ounces of water daily so that the lymphatic system can flush out fat and toxins with ease.
Key Benefits of Lipoplasty
The Lipoplasty has been deemed a safe and effective procedure for all skin types, and offers benefits to those that need to lose stubborn inches around problem areas such as the hips, thighs, love handles and back or want to tighten skin, reduce cellulite or stretch marks.
Some Key Benefits are also:
- No downtime
- No need to wear compression garments
- Addresses stubborn areas in both men and women – can lose 2.5-6 inches in 8 weeks
- Low cost alternative to liposuction – about half the cost of liposuction
- Can smooth and contour the body
- Complements a healthy lifestyle
- Non-invasive, painless procedure… feels like a hot stone massage
- Targets fat without damaging internal organs
- Can correct the lumpy, bumpy appearance left by liposuction
- CT scans show between 16 and 25 square inches of visceral and subcutaneous fat reduction in 6 treatments
- Penetrates 20 times deeper than other non-surgical technology, so can effectively reduce subcutaneous and visceral fat