Lipodissolve is a lipo alternative for removing fat. It is a non-invasive procedure that is safer than liposuction and is an effective way to remove fat deposits and eliminate cellulite. Lipodissolve has been widely used in Europe and in the recent years has been used more in North America. This wonderful liposuction alternative is not only a great alternative to plastic surgery, but it is one of the only proven ways of eliminating the fat forever, since it completely destroys the fat cells. It should be noted that it does eliminate the fat as long at the person does not gain the weight back again. This can be handled by eating a healthy diet and exercising.
How is Lipodissolve performed?
During the initial physical exam, all areas are photographed and marked. As the results are gradual, the doctor will want to note the progress of the injections. After the full program is explained to the patient, the injections may begin. They are considerably less painful than mesotheraphy and is performed without anesthesia in most cases.
A series of injections are scheduled to melt away the fat. 2-3 large sections can be done at a time and the injections are scheduled 4-6 weeks apart. It is usually necessary to have 3-4 sessions, depending on the patient. A person with a huge amount of fat to lose would be better off looking for another liposuction alternative.
Areas Treatable with Lipodissolve
There are many areas that can be treated with Lipodissolve including the abdomen, thighs and hips, double chin and neck, residual fat deposits from liposuction, upper and lower arms, knees and legs, stretch marks and scars, cellulite, fat pads under the eyes and more.
What Happens After the Lipodissolve Injections?
After the procedure there may be soreness, swelling, bruising and temporary lumps. Many clinics will suggest the use of compression garments to keep the swelling down and prevent pain. It usually takes around two months to see the end results of the treatments. Procedures similar to Lipodissolve include mesotherapy, lipolysis injection lipolysis and /or lipostabil. Some of these treatments are virtually identical to Lipodissolve. Like this procedure, many are not FDA-approved, but are legal and often very effective.
Note: The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) will not approve this procedure until more is known about exactly how it works. Though we know that it technically works by liquefying fat cells and removing them, it is unclear where these liquefied fat cells go or what potential damage they could do to bodily organs. In addition, there is no definitive answer to questions regarding where the medication goes after it does its job.