Non-Surgical Radiofrequency Liposuction

Non-invasive radiofrequency lipolysis (or radiofrequency radiofrequency lipolysis, as it’s more commonly known) is a noninvasive procedure that uses heat and laser energy to break down fat cells, offering an ideal treatment option for anyone struggling to lose stubborn pockets of fat through diet or exercise alone.

Nonsurgical fat reduction techniques utilize lipolysis – the body’s natural way of breaking down extra weight through diet and exercise – as the foundation. Lipolysis treatments aim to sculpt the body by eliminating problem areas by dislodging fat deposits that accumulate there, without needing to undergo an anesthesia-intensive surgery procedure. Multiple sessions typically are necessary before noticeable results become evident as fat cells are broken down by lymphatic drainage system before being flushed from body via lymphatic system drainage system. There are four FDA-cleared lipolysis procedures: cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting), laser lipolysis radiofrequency lipolysis and injection lipolysis procedures available that could potentially work on fat.

Cryolipolysis uses freezing temperatures to destroy fat cells in the body. Fat cells are particularly sensitive to cold temperatures and this treatment ensures their elimination without harming surrounding tissue or returning. Once eliminated, they should remain eradicated for good and this treatment can help contour abdominal, thighs, buttocks, and flank areas. CoolSculpting is one such procedure which offers this service, but similar options such as Zerona and SculpSure exist as well.

During treatment, an applicator from the device will be applied directly to your skin, with its temperature gradually increased and decreased multiple times so as to avoid burning or damaging your skin. After an allotted amount of time has passed, the device is removed and massaged over the treated area to help dissolve dead fat cells and dissolve any potential scar tissue that remains.

Radiofrequency technology not only reduces fat, but it can also tighten skin. Heating causes collagen fibres to contract, which gives an appearance of smoother skin texture. Furthermore, it stimulates fibroblast cells to produce new elastic fibres and collagen for an overall firmer and toned effect that may even cover up any cellulite imperfections.

Before undergoing any treatment, it is essential that you prepare for it by eliminating caffeine and alcohol for several days prior to the procedure. Furthermore, medications designed to thin blood should also be avoided; in particular, diabetic patients or those on blood thinners will require testing prior to beginning.

A doctor will discuss your treatment in a sterile procedure room and provide advice about what to expect during and after the procedure, and the number of treatments necessary for noticeable results.

Radiofrequency treatments come in different varieties, all designed to target fat cells without harming other tissues. Furthermore, it promotes natural collagen production that tightens skin while increasing lymphatic flow to flush away waste products from your system.

Before beginning a treatment, your physician will outline both its benefits and risks, including possible side effects like bruising, swelling or redness. He or she may advise against engaging in certain activities before your appointment based on your medical history and type of procedure you are undertaking.