No matter how hard you try, there are certain stubborn areas of fat that seem impossible to remove. This is particularly true as we get older and regulatory body processes begin to slow down.
While a healthy diet and regular exercise can certainly help with any weight loss endeavour, many people are now turning to non and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures to help complement these strategies.
InMode’s BodyTite workstation has changed the game when it comes to face and body procedures, as was recently reported in Forbes. Patients using BodyTite have seen fantastic results as an alternative to invasive liposuction.
In the words of patient Meggen Harris:
It has now been three and half months since my procedure and I am thrilled with my results so far and they will continue to improve over the next several months while the collagen and elastin in my skin rebuild. I feel so much more confident in the skin I am in as a result of having BodyTite.
What is BodyTite?
Touted as the future of face and body contouring, BodyTite is a minimally invasive aesthetic device that is powered by radiofrequency (RF) energy to provide soft tissue coagulation.
RF energy provides subdermal tissue coagulation and bulk tissue heating to deliver unparalleled results.
BodyTite Treatment — What to Expect
BodyTite offers many advantages, from both a patient and clinical perspective.
For patients, the minimally invasive nature of BodyTite means that any procedure involving the technology involves minimum downtime and no scarring. As a result, it’s the perfect option for younger patients not yet ready for invasive surgery. For clinicians, the fact that multiple technologies sit within one body contouring machine makes it a very cost-effective addition to your clinic.
What you can expect from the procedure itself and how to best plan your recovery will very much depend on the type of treatment you are receiving. As a supplier of BodyTite technology, InMode can also direct you to providers in your area — visit our Find a Provider page for more information.
It can also help to hear directly from someone who has had the treatment themselves — for a first-hand account, check out the full article recently posted on Forbes.