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BodyTite Beverly Hills FAQs

Is BodyTite better than liposuction?

BodyTite combines liposuction with radiofrequency energy to melt and remove unwanted fat while tightening the skin. This minimally invasive body contouring procedure is ideal for targeting hard-to-reach areas of fat that cannot be easily reduced through diet and exercise.

Does BodyTite really work?

BodyTite effectively reduces fat, tightens skin, and improves the treated area's overall appearance. The procedure works by delivering radiofrequency energy through dual-poled electrodes, which are inserted in the treatment area just beneath the skin’s surface. This energy heats target tissues, which causes them to shrink while simultaneously melting and removing unwanted fat cells. BodyTite also positively affects collagen production, leading to tighter, firmer-looking skin.

How long do BodyTite results last?

Fat removal results are permanent, while the skin tightening effects are long-lasting. One treatment with BodyTite permanently eliminates the targeted fat cells. The dramatic skin-tightening results last a minimum of 5 years before maintenance treatments may be desired or needed.

How much fat can BodyTite remove?

Most patients experience an average reduction of 1-3 inches per treatment area when undergoing a single session for each treatment area with BodyTite technology. Some people have reported losing up to 6-8 inches when treating multiple regions within one session!

How painful is BodyTite?

The level of discomfort experienced during a BodyTite procedure can vary from person to person. However, it is a minimally invasive and well tolerated experience. BodyTite is an advanced body contouring technology that targets fat deposits precisely, enabling treatments of specific areas without leaving loose skin behind.

What are the risks of BodyTite?

While this procedure can be safe with minimal risks when performed by an experienced surgeon, potential side effects should be considered before the treatment.
  • Skin burns: Some patients also experience redness and irritation in the treated area post-treatment, which usually resolves after a few days.
  • Numbness: The heat generated from radiofrequency waves can cause temporary numbness around the targeted area
  • Infection: Although rare, there is always a chance for infection
  • Swelling & bruising: may occur for up to 14 days post-procedure

Is BodyTite better than a tummy tuck?

It depends on several factors, such as the individual's body shape and size, skin elasticity and condition, fat deposits in the abdominal area, desired outcome, and budget. A tummy tuck is considered a more invasive procedure than BodyTite. However, both procedures have a similar downtime of about two weeks. When considering whether or not BodyTite is a better option than a tummy tuck for you specifically, we recommend consulting with a surgeon to explore all available treatment options.

Which is better: BodyTite vs CoolSculpting?

BodyTite is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that combines radio frequency (RF) energy with liposuction to melt and remove stubborn fat cells while tightening lax skin. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that eliminates unwanted fat cells through Cryolipolysis. BodyTite is slightly more invasive but provides dramatic results in a single session. In contrast, CoolSculpting requires multiple sessions over several months to achieve optimal effects.

Does BodyTite leave scars?

This minimally invasive procedure requires a microincisions to insert the BodyTite probe into the treatment area. Although the incision is small, it may result in scarring for some patients. Scars are more likely in patients with darker skin tones or those who receive treatment on specific body areas, such as the back. However, it can be reduced with proper pre-treatment skincare or resolved post-treatment with laser therapy or other scar reduction procedures.

Who is a good candidate for BodyTite?

Good candidates for BodyTite are individuals with specific areas of stubborn excess fat or loose skin that they wish to address. The ideal patient should be in relatively good health overall and possess realistic expectations about treatment outcome(s).
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