More and more people are turning to non-invasive and minimally invasive body contouring procedures that avoid invasive surgical procedures altogether. As one of the most popular go-tos for non-surgical solutions, body contouring is a way to enhance the shape and curves of the body, including skin tightening and cellulite treatment.
At InMode, we’re at the forefront of innovative technology and our goal is to provide the best minimally invasive treatments that bridge the gap between surgical and non-surgical treatments as well as non-invasive treatments with minimal to no downtime.
How do you define Body Contouring?
Often referred to as body sculpting, these procedures are meant to improve the appearance of skin and tissue like cellulite treatment and skin tightening. Many people are turning to these less invasive procedures as a way to improve their shape, the skin and the skin’s texture without going for surgical procedures.
Body contouring surgical procedures can include panniculectomy, which is the removal of excess skin in the lower abdominal region, abdominoplasty otherwise known as a tummy tuck, liposuction which removes fat tissues and excisional body lifts such as lower body lift or arm lifts (brachioplasty).
Non surgical procedures:
These can include skin tightening procedures, or overall improvement of the skin texture for improved shape like smoothing out cellulite with a cellulite treatment. It’s important to know that not all body contouring treatments target the same condition.
Minimally Invasive with BodyTitePro
The BodyTitePro workstation is minimally invasive and bridges the gap between surgical and non surgical treatments.
This workstation is made up of:
- Bodytite-for fat reduction.
- Facetite-one of the best alternatives to facelifts without invasive surgery.
- Accutite-targets small areas of the body with precision heating.
- Morpheus8- fractional RF microneedling that targets deep layers of the skin (up to 7mm + 1 mm heat profile) for tissue remodelling of the face and body
Talk to us today on how these procedures can benefit your clinic.