Why Liposonix Is a Better Alternative to Liposuction?

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In some cases Liposonix can be a much better alternative than the more invasive liposuction procedure.  Not only is Liposonix considerably less expensive than liposuction, it requires no surgical treatment so it is quite preferable for many people who want to achieve a more contoured appearance.  Even so, it’s important to understand the differences between the two treatments and why Liposonix may, indeed, be the better option of the two.

 

Liposuction versus Liposonix

 

Liposuction can remove a lot of fat fast, but it involves tubal insertion and the invasive removal of fat stores.  The procedure isn’t a breeze in terms of recovery and patients will require some downtime–certainly more recovery time than what is associated with Liposonix.  Liposuction, though it can remove excesses of fat, it is not the contouring tool that Liposonix can be.

 

Liposonix, on the other hand, is an affordable solution for body contouring.  It’s an ideal procedure for people that simply can’t shed those last stubborn pounds hanging them up.  It is associated with some requirements, though, among those contemplating the procedure. For instance, a person considering Liposonix must have a BMI that is under 30.  Moreover, someone undergoing Liposonix must have at least one inch of fat around their midsection.  Once these criteria are met, a person can consider this treatment to improve their body’s shape and appearance and decrease their fat.  Liposonix has been growing in popularity since it was approved by the FDA in 2011 because it requires no surgery.

 

The Benefits of Liposonix

 

Many people with pockets of stubborn body fat have found success after their Liposonix procedure.  The treatment employs ultrasound energy to promote the body itself to eliminate these fat stores.   It generally takes between eight and twelve weeks for the body’s liver and immune system to get rid of the fat stores, but the process is easy and non-invasive, which is a great benefit for many people who do not want to undergo a surgery.

 

Currently Liposonix is approved for removing belly fat and fat around the flanks.  If you want a trimmer appearance and you can’t rid yourself of stores of fat in these areas with exercise and diet, you might consider talking to your doctor or dermatologist for more information about how this great new procedure might be right for you.

 

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Cherie Chow is a certified medical assistant based in NYC. Sources collected for this article can be found at http://berkowitzderm.com/liposonix-nyc.

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