BodyTite

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3 Reasons to Consider BodyTite to Achieve the Look you Desire

male model with athletic body wearing comfortable black cotton underpants standing A healthy diet and regular exercise can go a long way in reducing some body fat and help keep it away. In some cases, however, this may not be enough. Stubborn body fat around our abdomen and midsection can cause a decrease in self-confidence and, in severe cases, may cause you to miss out on specific activities.

Thankfully, there have been tremendous advancements in the medical treatment of stubborn body fat. Liposuction can be a great option as one of the most common procedures and perhaps the one that brings the most remarkable results in the shortest time.

However, liposuction has some drawbacks, including an extended recovery time and the inability to treat smaller and more delicate areas. And if significant amounts of fat are removed, the overlying skin can appear loose and saggy.

BodyTite is a system recently approved by the FDA that not only melts and removes body fat from within but also uses radiofrequency energy to help tighten the overlying skin, leaving a toned and tighter appearance. Of the many reasons to consider BodyTite as an option to remove body fat, here are three that are worth considering.

BodyTite is minimally invasive. Although BodyTite still requires a small probe to be inserted into the layer of fat, the probe is much smaller than the cannula used during liposuction. Since only local anesthesia is needed and used, most patients report minimal discomfort.

There is significantly less downtime. Since only local anesthesia is used, there is almost no recovery period after the treatments, and most patients go home soon after. Depending on the number and size of areas treated, some swelling and tenderness may linger for about a month.

BodyTite can be combined with other procedures. BodyTite treatments take about 15 minutes per area to be treated, and since it is so minimally invasive, it can be combined with many other cosmetic treatments. Depending on your goals, combining BodyTite with traditional liposuction can create a toned and proportional look.

If you have stubborn body fat that does not seem to go away with diet and exercise alone, call Dr. Fante and the team at Fante Eye and Face Centre in Denver, CO, to learn more about BodyTite. The office can be reached at 303-839-1616 or at www.drfante.com.

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What is BodyTite?

Beautiful young woman in white underwear posing with arms up. BodyTite is a new minimally-invasive body contouring procedure that tightens skin and improves body shape without surgery. The procedure uses radiofrequency energy to heat the tissue, causing the collagen fibers to contract and resulting in immediate skin tightening. In addition, the heat also helps to stimulate new collagen production, which leads to long-term results.

What Areas Does BodyTite Treat?

BodyTite is an FDA-approved radiofrequency technology that can be used to treat a variety of areas of the body. The most common areas include:

  • Abdomen
  • Arms
  • Thighs
  • Buttocks

However, BodyTite can also be used to target other areas, such as the knees, chin, and neck. BodyTite can be used to treat both large and small areas of the body, making it a versatile option for those seeking nonsurgical body contouring.

Is BodyTite A Safe Treatment Option?

Yes, BodyTite is a safe treatment option. It is a minimally-invasive body contouring procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to melt fat and tighten skin. The procedure is FDA-cleared and considered safe for use on the face, neck, stomach, thighs, arms, and buttocks. BodyTite is effective at reducing fat and improving the appearance of cellulite. It can also be used to treat loose skin after weight loss or pregnancy.

BodyTite is typically performed as an outpatient procedure, and there is no downtime required following treatment. Side effects are minimal and usually temporary, such as discomfort, swelling, bruising, or numbness. If you’re considering BodyTite as a way to improve your body contour, speak with a board-certified plastic surgeon to learn more about the risks and benefits of this procedure.

What Are The Pros and Cons of BodyTite?

Here’s a quick rundown of the pros and cons of this new body-contouring procedure:

Pros of BodyTite

  1. BodyTite uses radiofrequency energy to melt fat cells and tighten skin.
  2. The procedure is minimally invasive, so there is minimal downtime.
  3. It can be used on almost any area of the body, including the face, neck, arms, stomach, and thighs.

Cons of BodyTite:

  1. BodyTite is a relatively new procedure, so long-term side effects are not yet known.
  2. The procedure is not covered by insurance, so it can be expensive.
  3. There is a risk of burns, bruising, and swelling after the procedure.

We all have some fat that we would like to get rid of. However, it’s important to ensure we consult qualified practitioners before embarking on any procedure. You should visit http://drfante.com/ or call 303-839-1616, Fante Eye & Face Center, which specializes in these modern state-of-the-art procedures, to answer all your questions on BodyTite.

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