Body Sculpting is the process of removing unwanted deposits of fat that are resistant to exercise or that bulge out in specific areas. Under this umbrella fall liposuction [link to page], liposculpture, arm reduction or brachioplasty [link to page], thigh lifts (which involves the surgical excision of excess skin and fat lying on the upper inner thigh and groin) and full body lift.
Non-surgical body sculpting
A body-sculpting treatment that offers not just instant but long- low-frequency ultrasound is applied with a massage instrument to break apart fat cells, then radio-frequency is used to tighten the skin and stimulate new collagen and elastin. Finally, a vacuum therapy tightens the skin.
Coolsculpting works by freezing fat cells, which are crystallised then metabolised by the immune system. The process, also known as cryolipolysis, is a treatment is for small bulges of fat on the upper arms, stomach, back and inner thighs.
Exilis offers a revolutionary non-invasive form of treatment for the reshaping of targeted fat deposits. Exilis treatments can postpone or eliminate the need for invasive surgery particularly for patients with mild to moderate fat deposits and who may not be candidates for lipoplasty.
Med Contour uses low-frequency ultrasound waves to warm and break down connective tissue so it is redistributed throughout the body. Toxins and fluids are drained through the lymphatic system.
PC Lipo Injections
Phosphatidylcholine-based (PC) weight loss injections contain a range of chemicals and enzymes depending on the brand and technique, but all target fatty areas just like traditional liposuction.
An ultrasound beam destroys the fat cells, which are then absorbed by the body and disposed of naturally through the liver.
SmoothShapes® XV meets patient demand for a non-invasive treatment for the appearance of cellulite.
VASERshape is a relaxing, non-surgical treatment to temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite. VASERshape is the only non-invasive technology to combine ultrasound and massage therapy.
This spider-shaped machine stimulates fat cells through four lasers. It works by creating a small opening in the fat cell’s membrane through which the fatty material exits, allowing the cell to collapse to a smaller size.