Guest post by Dr. Ralph Bieg.
You may already have heard of lipo-dissolve, especially since a significant amount of controversy has surrounded this new technology since it was first introduced as an experimental method of melting fat.
Many people know lipo-dissolve to be an effective alternative to liposuction for people who want to get rid of excess fat without going through a surgical procedure. The technology is also known as Lipostabil, lipolysis, or mesotherapy in some circles. Regardless of what it may be called in your area, you would do well to learn more about the technology if getting rid of fat is one of your goals this year.
What exactly is lipo-dissolve? As mentioned above, it is a non-surgical procedure aimed at helping you shed excess fat. It involves getting a chemical solution injected into the areas where you want to lose excess curves. The solution’s main ingredient is phosphatidylcholine or PPC. This chemical is derived from soy lecithin and has been approved by the FDA. As you probably know by now, lecithin has long been known to be capable of reducing cholesterol and breaking down fats. It is even being used for the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
In lipo-dissolve, your doctor will inject the chemical solution into your fat layers and connective tissues. A chemical reaction will then occur in the injected areas, which results in the fat in those areas being dissolved. The good thing about this procedure is that it involves a relatively painless injection, which means there won’t be any need for anaesthetics and no downtime after the procedure. You can get right back to your daily routines and expect to see significant benefits from the procedure within three weeks.
When you visit a skin centre or clinic for lipo-dissolve, be sure to ask all the important questions to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into. Among the first things you need to consider are the doctor’s education, training, and experience in the field, particularly in administering lipo-dissolve. You would also do well to ask what the specific ingredients of the solution they’re using are and how much of the solution they’re going to use for your treatment. You may also want to ask the exact number of treatments required for maximum benefit.
One of the major advantages of lipo-dissolve is the cost involved. It is significantly less expensive than liposuction. Each treatment generally costs between $350 and $1500. Even if you require the maximum number of treatments (6), the total cost would still be lower than that of liposuction. Of course, the fact that it doesn’t involve surgery of any kind also makes it a very attractive option. Remember, though, that not everyone is a good candidate for the procedure. It would therefore be wise for you to consult your doctor before you actually go for the procedure.
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