There are many reasons why people look to cosmetic procedures to help them lose weight. Some do this because they realize their weight is putting their health at risk. Obesity is connected to things like respiratory and cardiovascular disease. There is also a link between obesity and diabetes. A second reason people use surgery to help them lose weight is because they understand the negative effects being overweight can have on the way they are perceived.
Many individuals who choose some form of cosmetic correction to help them lose weight have tried diet and exercise and have not been satisfied with the results. Tickle Lipo is a minimally invasive form of liposuction that is gaining popularity among those who want to have a thin, sculpted appearance but do not want the downtime connected with traditional liposuction.
Tickle Lipo uses state-of-the-art technology to melt the fat from a person’s problem areas. It incorporates things like vibrations and twirling patterns to maximize the amount of fat lost during a session.
How Does Tickle Lipo Work?
Tickle Lipo is the nickname for the procedure that is formally known as Custom Acoustic Liposuction. This procedure involves vibrations to shakes up fat cells, making it easier to remove them from a person’s body. The cannula is powered by air and also vibrates at ten hertz.
Tickle Lipo does not use heat, so patients do not experience the same discomfort with this procedure that they might with other forms of liposuction.
Speak with the doctor concerning whether a local anesthetic or general anesthesia should be necessary. Patients should expect to begin to see the results of their procedure shortly after they have the procedure performed. Their skin will be firmer, the treated area will jiggle less, and will be smaller.
Who are Candidates for Tickle Lipo?
Tickle Lipo can help a person drastically improve their self-confidence by removing excess fat deposits. It is a safe procedure that has produced many positive results. Tickle Lipo is not designed for people who want to lose large amounts of weight all over their body.
The perfect candidate for this procedure is someone who has a targeted problem in a part of their body that does not respond well to diet or exercise. The procedure may be able to be performed in sensitive areas like the neck, face, buttocks and arms.
Tickle Lipo is a low-risk procedure. Side effects may include bruising, swelling, and soreness. Patients who receive this procedure walk away with better health, increased self-confidence, and an improved self-image.
If exercise and diet haven’t completely eliminated stubborn pockets of fat, Tickle Lipo may be a suitable procedure for you. Contact the office of Plastic and Cosmetic Center of South Texas today to make an appointment.