Exercise resistant fat deposits are frustrating. No exercise or diet will see a change in this one part on the body. The ugly truth about areas of the body that stubbornly insist on storing fat is there’s little you can do about them without considering surgery. The way the body stores fat is decided by heredity, and no amount of working out will see the results you want. Body Jet Liposuction is a new, gentler method of reducing problem areas, and this treatment offers many active people the results they have long hoped to see.
The Advantages to Body Jet Liposuction
Less evasive and gentler than similar procedures
Body Jet Liposuction is usually performed with local anesthesia
Less discomfort post-surgery
Faster recover time
Most patients see better results than with other methods
What’s Different about Body-Jet Liposuction?
You might have heard some painful stories regarding other liposuction methods. For some people, the rapid expulsion of fat cause’s discomfort after the procedure. Others might have related having to wait for recovery before returning to normal activities. Body Jet Liposuction uses gentle pulses of fluid to first dislodge, and then remove the fat. A spray of a diluted anesthetic solution easily loosens and dislodges fat with less trauma than with other procedures. This method, using a fluid that is introduced than quickly flushed out through a thin tube, produces faster and more accurate results than most surgeries. This allows for better overall body sculpting results.
When to Consider Body-Jet Liposuction
Body Jet Liposuction works best when a patient is in good health, but has an exercise resistant fat deposit that won’t go away. Most surgeons believe the best candidate for this type of liposuction is less than 25 pounds overweight, and has a low body mass index despite the resistant fat deposit.
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