Lipolysis represents the latest non-surgical method of removing the fat deposits from the body.
It has been used in the aesthetic medicine from 1995 as the method of body contouring
which will help you to get rid of the persistent localized fat deposits.
How is lipolysis performed?
After detailed examination and anamnesis, the doctor will prepare the adequate dose of lipolytic, depending on the region being treated. The technique of direct injection of active substance into the fat tissue is used during lipolysis treatment. The substances used are phosphatidylcholine and deoxycolate. They are obtained from soya bean, lecithin and they play an important role in the metabolism. Once injected into the fat tissue, active substances cause the fat cells to break down, which are then absorbed and eliminated from the body in a natural way.
When the first effects can be seen?
The effects of this treatment are observed after one month from the application, and the final effect can be seen after two months. The effect is long lasting in the persons not increasing body mass, who have normal diet, but are not satisfied with their figure due to fat deposits on specific parts of the body which are difficult to loose.
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Which regions may be treated with lipolysis?
- Double chin
- Inner side of arms
- Hips and, so called, saddlebags, the so called cushions on the back
- Region above the knee and the inner side of knee
How long does the treatment take?
Duration of the lipolysis treatment is between 15 and 30 minutes, and immediately after the procedure you can go back to your usual daily activities
After lipolysis it is desirable to have lymphatic drainage treatment.
Are there any contraindications?
After the lipolysis treatment the patients may expect swelling, redness or hematoma at the injection site, what are quite normal responses which will disappear in a few days. The lipolysis treatment is not recommended to pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers and persons allergic to soya bean and vitamin B.