What is Lipolysis injections
Why do patients want Lipolysis Injection, and what are the indications
Patients interested in a nonsurgical approach to reducing the fat beneath the chin, Armpit pooches, Back fat, Bra bulge, Inner knee fat, Lower buttock fatty folds, Lower belly bulge and Love handles may be interested in Lipolysis injections.
Who is not a candidate for Lipolysis
Patients with loose skin or poor tone may not be suitable candidates for the procedure.
Does Lipolysis injection require anesthesia
This procedure can be done under local anesthesia, which is injected into the treatment area beneath the area being treated.
Lipolysis injection procedure
After the local anesthesia has been injected, a precise amount of medication is injected in a grid pattern that has been pre-marked on the skin beneath. The medication is injected as a single treatment.
What are the risks of Lipolysis injections
Complications are uncommon and include nerve injury that can result in an uneven smile. In rare instances, patients have also reported difficulty swallowing after the procedure.
Recovering from Lipolysis injection
There is no downtime, but patients may experience swelling, bruising, pain, redness and feel areas of hardness that typically soften with time. Fat reduction is typically visible by 8 weeks.
What are the results of Lipolysis injection
Most patients have at least two treatments spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart, which is the typical duration of swelling. Patients can have up to six treatments to the area under the chin. Your Doctor can develop a plan that best suits your individual anatomy. During the period of swelling the area can look fuller than it did before treatment, but as the fat cells are disrupted and the inflammation subsides, most patients see results by 6 to 8 weeks after a treatment. Unless a patient were to gain weight, the results should be long-lasting.