BodyTite(TM) Radiofrequency Assisted Liposuction Procedure

Manhattan, NY (PressExposure) July 07, 2009 -- bodySCULPTâ„¢ plastic surgeons have been selected to spearhead the IRB study in New York for FDA approval

BodyTite™ radiofrequency assisted liposuction procedure is an innovative body contouring technique, which guarantees positive results. BodyTite™ is a highly sophisticated radiofrequency device for liposuction introduced by INVASIX. In this device, a bipolar radiofrequency hand piece and RFAL computer help to carry out the liposuction. The surgeon exercises complete control over the input of energy needed to be delivered to the targeted fat region with the aid of a user-friendly touch screen. The energy is released by a probe which is inserted through small incisions (3 mm in diameter). The heat radiated is evenly distributed to liquefy the fat, which is then extracted by a liposuction device. The treatment is relatively fast compared to other body contouring surgical procedures. The unique internal healing tightens the skin and coagulates the blood vessels to prevent excessive bleeding. The patient’s recuperation time and tissue trauma are minimal.

BodyTiteâ„¢ radiofrequency assisted liposuction procedure (RFAL) for body contouring is awaiting FDA approval. Surgeons at bodySCULPTâ„¢ have been given the honor to head the IRB study in New York in association with twelve other centers. The report and findings will help determine the effectiveness and safety standards of this surgical procedure.

So far, the advantages and post surgical results have been appreciated by patients and commended by surgeons. If approved by the FDA, BodyTiteâ„¢ RFAL will be acclaimed as the safest and best body contouring treatment procedure till date.

For more information regarding the BodyTiteâ„¢ liposuction procedure, contact us at 1-800-282-SCULPT or e-mail us at

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Press Release Submitted On: July 06, 2009 at 11:56 pm
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