Lipofreeze - Non-invasive, targeted fat removal

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LIPOFREEZE TRADITIONAL LIPOSUCTION
PROCESS A non-invasive procedure that targets fat cells for destruction and natural elimination without impact to the skin’s surface. A surgical procedure using a vacuum and cannula device to pierce the skin and suck out fat. Sometimes a laser is used to melt the fat before it is removed.
CANDIDATE Patients that are generally fit but with specific areas of fat they wish to address. Patients that are generally fit but with specific areas of fat they wish to address.
RISKS Mild redness, tingling, tenderness, cramping and soreness are potential, but typically short-term, side effects. Includes all the risks inherent with a surgical procedure that anesthesia such as excessive bleeding, infection and scarring as well as uneven or excessive skin.
ANESTHESIA None required. Performed with either a local or general anesthesia.
DOWNTIME None Depends on extent of treatment. Swelling and bruising is expected. May require wearing a compression garment. Recovery usually takes several weeks.
COST Average cost of Lipofreeze is less than the average cost for liposuction. Average cost of Lipofreeze is less than the average cost for liposuction.
RESULTS Results usually take a few weeks to be apparent. Depending on the the surgeon’s technique optimum results will be seen 4–10 weeks after surgery.

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Simon Ourian, M.D.