This radiofrequency assisted liposuction (RFAL) technology can contour the body while also improving the skin contraction in the area.
What Is Bodytite?
BodyTite is an FDA-approved device that uses patented radiofrequency assisted liposuction (RFAL™) technology to provide internal and external lipolysis. The handpiece device is successful in supplying a precise, unique three-dimensional contraction of the skin, focusing RFAL energy into unwanted fatty areas. The direct application to the dermis with heat-controlled technology prevents injury and unwanted build-up, as well as rapid, uniform results. Its geometric design allows for the operator to provide real-time measurements, blockage monitoring, and audible feedback, guaranteeing the safety of the patient.
Am I a Candidate for Bodytite?
The best candidates are those who have stubborn, deep areas of fat. BodyTite can treat fat up to 2 inches deep with large volume contraction.
What Areas Can Bodytite Treat?
BodyTite treats deep fat areas such as hips, thighs, arms, buttocks, knees, the neck, and the abdomen.
What Are the Benefits of Bodytite?
The benefits of BodyTite include:
Exceptional and rapid body contouring without the scars, swelling, bruising, and lumps caused by excisional procedures.
Superior results after reducing the entire subcutaneous tissue and septae matrix.
Controlled heating to assure that overtreated or undertreated areas are avoided.
Exact and direct energy applying full radiofrequency in the wanted area.
A safer procedure by avoiding anesthesia and other traditional liposuction risks.
What Are the Risks of Bodytite Treatment?
Bodytite Before and After
How Long Is the Bodytite Recovery Process?
BodyTite recovery time varies based upon the area treated. The downtime can be anywhere from 1-2 days up to 10 days. Results can be seen directly after treatment with the most noticeable results seen at 6 months and continuing up to 12 months after treatment.
Does the Bodytite Procedure Hurt?
No, BodyTite is not a painful procedure as it is often combined with Liposuction therefore anesthesia is required.