Fat/Cellulite reduction » Fat dissolve
Lipo-dissolve or fat dissolving injections are an exciting treatment specifically designed to reduce the size of localized fat deposits on the body. It is ideal to treat the fat deposits that will not disappear despite maintaining proper diet and exercise regime such as love handles, cheek, and double chin.
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After treatment instructions
• No exercise for the first 24 hours
• Wear loose fitting clothing to reduce discomfort
• 5 days after treatment, begin deep massage of the area with Thermo C will enhance the benefits of the injection
Questions and Answers
- How often are the treatments?
Each area needs a 1-2 weeks “rest” for the fat dissolving process to complete but other areas can be treated during this time. Longer intervals will not reduce the effectiveness.
- How many treatments does it take?
Usually, most patients will reach their goal within 3-6 treatments per area. More treatments can be done if required for more reduction or to target larger volumes. It is a low cost, effective, and walk-in-walk-out technique, alternative to liposuction.
- When will I see the results?
Initial results usually become apparent after completion of the third treatment. It takes 2 weeks for each session to reach its full effect. The results accumulate over time with each additional treatment.
- Is it painful?
A 30 gauge needle is used to inject the medicated solution into the treated area. The treatment involves some degree of discomfort, more so associated with the inflammation which occurs after a few hours.
- Is it permanent?
The destroyed fat cells in each area don’t regenerate. However, due to ageing, lack of exercise and poor diet, people may want further treatment over the years. Lipo-dissolve shouldn’t be used as an alternative to a proper weight management program.
- Who cannot be treated?
Lipo-dissolve is not recommended for minors, pregnant or lactating women, insulin dependant diabetics with vascular concerns, persons suffering an auto-immune disease, severe liver disease, anyone with severe obesity or anyone with acute or chronic infection.
- How long is the recovery period?
The treatment requires no downtime although it is recommended that minimal activities be planned for the rest of the day after the treatment, as it may be uncomfortable / distracting to function normally. Approximately 20 minutes post injection, the patient may notice mild redness, swelling, and experience a stinging sensation that will persist for the first few hours and then gradually diminish over the next 24 hours.
- Are there any side-effects?
Lipo-dissolve treatments are extremely safe. This treatment has been used successfully in Europe and South America for over 10 years. Most side effects are non-serious such as bruise and slightly swollen in the treated areas for a few hours.Temporary lumpiness may be experienced from time to time. This is totally normal and resolves spontaneously within 6-8 weeks. Deep tissue massage (not for the first 48 hours) will assist in preventing this side effect and speeds up the breaking down of those lumps. A temporary itchiness of the skin over the area(s) treated sometimes occurs, and subsides within a few weeks.
- Is it the same as mesotherapy?
Lipo-dissolve is a type of mesotherapy focused on dissolving fat but specifically in the subcultaneous fat layer beneath collagen layer. By definition, mesotherapy is the practice of using micro-injections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins into the middle layer of the skin (mesoderm) to deliver healing or corrective treatment to a specific area of the body.
- Will it get rid of cellulite?
The medical term for cellulite is dermatomyoliposclerosis (DMLS). Even those with slim figures often complain about cellulite’s external visible symptoms – its lumpy, dimpled appearance. Cellulite commonly appears on the hips, buttocks and legs, but it is not caused by being overweight, as many believe. Fat cells are arranged in chambers surrounded by connective tissue called septae (fibrous bands). As water is retained, fat cells held within the perimeters of this area expand and stretch the connective tissue. Eventually this connective tissue contracts and hardens (sclerosis) holding the skin inwards, while surrounding tissue continues to expand with weight, or water gain. This results in areas of the skin being held down whilst other sections bulge outward, resulting in a lumpy appearance. Lipo-dissolve melts the fat that is bulging through whilst radiofrequency such as Thermo C helps break down the hardened connective tissue.
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