Liposonix, The Custom Contouring, targets and eliminates fat around the abdomen and love handles to offer a slimed and defined waistline. Liposonix is a safe, non-surgical and non-invasive treatment that uses high intensity focused ultrasound waves to break down and eradicate difficult to reach fatty deposits. Liposonics is the perfect solution for those who are near their ideal shape and size and just need a leg up in areas where traditional diet and exercise fall short.
Liposonix is completely non-invasive and the full procedure can be completed in one hour, taking off an average of one inch and leaving patients one dress or pant size smaller. Patients are able to resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. Results are typically seen after the body processes excess fat in 8 to 12 weeks.
The Liposonix system uses high-intensity focused ultrasound energy to permanently destroy targeted subcutaneous fat and deliver uniform, predictable results after a single one-hour treatment.
Liposonix uses intense focused ultrasound energy to penetrate through the upper layers of skin layers and subcutaneous fat tissue without harming skin or surrounding tissues. The ultrasound energy delivers consistent results permanently rid patients of unwanted fat around the waistline without the need for surgery.
Liposonix is not liposuction or surgery, is not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle and exercise, and is not a way to lose weight. But it is a quick, easy way to help you slim that last inch and hit your personal shape goals. More than 9 out of 10 patients feel that Liposonix improved the overall condition of their abdomen after only 1 treatment.
Good Liposonix candidates:
- Should be able to pinch one inch of fat in the area to be treated
- Should have a BMI of 30 or less.
- Should be in good health
- Should have educated and realistic expectations of what Liposonix can offer
The procedure is simple and quick. The doctor will run the Liposonix device over the treatment area for 30-60 minutes. Patients may experience some mild sensation, such as a warm tingling, or a cold prickling, but these sensations are generally not irritating enough for patients to stop treatments.