Lose Inches & Feel Good Ultrasonic Liposuction

Tone up. Lose inches. Feel good with  revolutionary ultrasound non surgical technology. Quick, painless and results are permanent.
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What Is Ultrasonic Liposuction?

Ultrasonic Liposuction is an effective alternative to surgical liposuction. The process uses Ultrasound Technologies to reduce, melt and liquify fat cells to allow your body to move and dispose of the fat. The Process may also involve skin tightening to avoid excess skin after fat reduction. Read more about Ultrasonic Liposuction

How does it work?

The vibration and pressure created by the soundwaves breaks down the walls of the fat cells and turns the solid fat into liquid. The liquidized fat can then be processed by the metabolic and lymphatic system. Destroying the cells removes the localised environment for storing fat cells.

Ultrasonic Liposuction vs Surgical Liposuction

There are many benefits of having ultrasonic liposuction compared to traditional surgical liposuction. The first obvious benefit is that it is completely non invasive and non surgical. This means it also costs a considerable amount less and because its non invasive it means you don't need days or even weeks to recover which means no need to take any time off work. Find out more benefits of Ultrasonic Liposuction

Frequently Asked Questions

What Happens To The Fat?
The fat is moved by the lymphatic system and is delivered to the liver where it is processed. The fat is then either used as energy, disposed of through urine or deposited efficiently in other areas of the body.

Will There Be Any Pain Involved?
There is no pain or anesthetic involved in the procedure. You can also return to work or activity immediately and there is no risk of infection, there is also no scarring or bruising. Read more Frequantly Asked Questions

Ultrasonic Liposuction History - Where it all Began

Modern day liposuction has been around since 1974, however, the stepping stones of the procedure were seen as early as the 1920s. In one documented case a French surgeon performed a procedure to remove fat from a models leg in 1926, unfortunately the young woman developed gangrene in her leg thus causing interest in surgical liposuction to dwindle over the next few decades. Continue reading the History of Ultrasonic Liposuction