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Liposonix Treatment

14 Mar
2012

LiposonixPeople suffering from fat deposits may look for ways to get rid of stubborn fat. With various procedures available nowadays, it may be difficult to choose whether to go for a surgical procedure or a non-surgical one. Traditionally, a surgeon used to perform liposuction to treat their patient. But, the recent advancements made in the medical science have given rise to a number of alternatives to surgical liposuction. One such procedure is Liposonix.

A Liposonix generally uses a high-intense ultrasound. The ultrasound creates a powerful thermal effect when used destroying fat in abdomen and flanks. The procedure removes small amounts of fat helping the patient to lose up to an inch. It focuses at specific depths and doesn’t do any harm to the surrounding tissue. The procedure may take an hour to be performed. Liposonix is a comparatively safer procedure as it does not have surgical risks and recovery downtime unlike traditional liposuction.

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