Based in Manhattan, New York City, bodySCULPT® is a plastic surgery practice that uses safe and advanced technology and techniques to help men and women meet their body contouring goals. We offer Invasix™ BodyTite™ radio frequency-assisted liposuction (RFAL) to provide effective body contouring and cellulite reduction with noticeable skin tightening effects.
This FDA cleared liposuction device uses patented RFAL™ (radiofrequency assisted liposuction) technology. It delivers radiofrequency energy to liquefy subcutaneous fat, coagulate blood vessels, and tighten the skin. Our plastic surgeons are experts in performing this safe, gentle and effective body re-contouring procedure that removes fat and firms the skin while leaving the surrounding tissues unharmed.
In the BodyTite hand-piece, RFAL energy passes from an internal cannula to an external electrode, delivering focused energy into the adipose tissue and fatty areas. The entire soft-tissue matrix gets heated. The handpiece simultaneously aspirates the liquefied fat and coagulates the adipose, fibrous, and vascular tissue. The heat generated helps tighten the skin quickly and the coagulation of the tissues helps sculpt the body to achieve the ideal shape.
Benefits of Treatment at bodySCULPT®
The BodyTite™ radiofrequency assisted liposuction at bodySCULPT® typically takes only 30-45 minutes and is virtually painless.
Our skilled plastic surgeons use this innovative technology to remove unwanted and stubborn fat from various areas such as the face, neck, chin, upper arms, abdominal areas, love handles, hips, inner thighs, knees, and buttocks. They have years of experience in performing the procedure. Having this body contouring treatment at our state-of-the-art plastic surgery center in NYC comes with many benefits:
To learn if you are a candidate for this procedure or to schedule a consultation, please call 1-800-282-7285 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, official journal of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Journal no. 266
Date: June 2009
Online Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/y047379t72637247/fulltext.html
Print Version: Attached in PDF
Authors: Paul, Mulholland