BodyTite(TM) Liposuction Surgery

New York, New York (PressExposure) July 11, 2009 -- BodyTiteâ„¢ liposuction surgery is the new generation body contouring procedure which utilizes radiofrequency for liposuction. INVASIX has popularized this revolutionary device which is recognized to be the most effective fat removal option available today.

The advantages of BodyTiteâ„¢ include high speed treatment, lesser tissue trauma, simultaneous coagulation of blood along with liquefaction of fat, safety control features to monitor skin temperature/energy and uniform heating of skin and subcutaneous layer to achieve seamless results in skin tightening.

Incision/s about 3 mm in diameter allows an internal probe on this equipment to be placed at the targeted area with the aid of a handheld device. The radiofrequency energy is then delivered which spreads uniformly. The uniform heating coagulates the blood vessels so that blood loss is limited and fat is simultaneously dissolved. The fat is then aspirated upon its liquefaction. The versatile nature of the handheld device allows the surgeon to exercise greater flexibility. To ensure that safety standards are maintained, the closed-loop computer monitors the impedance levels constantly, thereby reducing complications and risks.

The level of discomfort and pain is reported to be minimal. Patients can return to normal day-to-day activities faster and those who have undergone this procedure are reported to be pleased with the results.

BodyTiteâ„¢ liposuction surgery is yet to attain clearance from the FDA. A few select plastic surgeons including those at bodySCULPTâ„¢ have been given the privilege to take part in the IRB study (New York) and report their findings to the administration.

About Bodysculpt

For more information regarding the BodyTiteâ„¢ liposuction procedure, contact us at 1-800-282-SCULPT or e-mail us at info@bodysculpt.com or visit us at: http://www.bodysculpt.com

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Press Release Submitted On: July 10, 2009 at 9:40 pm
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