Having unwanted fatty tissues removed is

Having unwanted fatty tissues removed is
Lipodissolve – Don’t Fall for the Claims! « Forsythkid''s Blog

Having unwanted fatty tissues removed is one of the more common procedures requested and many are seeking out the means to have such procedures without having to undergo invasive procedures. There are a number of modern technological options recently made available through the use of lasers, light, and a number of other newly developed mediums.

With lipo dissolve, patients have the opportunity to enjoy the removal of fatty deposits via injection, rather than invasive surgery or liposuction. By injecting naturally occurring fat dissolvers, plastic surgeons offer their patients freedom from excess fat in unwanted areas, such as the chin area, the backs of the arms, the face in certain areas, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, etc. Most patients will notice the greatest results in areas that have larger amounts of fat and less bone. So this treatment may not work as well in areas such as the ankles, hands, feet, etc; the more excess fatty tissue, the better the results. It is important to note however that this treatment cannot reasonably remove large amounts of excess body fat and that it is to be used to treat areas that have excess body fat but not necessarily someone that is obese. For greater weight loss, a healthy diet, fitness routine, and possibly more invasive plastic surgery may be required. After having weight loss surgery, some patients are not 100% satisfied with their results and so they discover that lipo dissolve is an option that they can feel positive about. This is something that many patients can benefit from.

There are some benefits and risks associated with any weight loss treatment procedure, and it is important to have an understanding of what you can expect. For some, pain during injection, swelling, redness, and other minor side effects usually subside within a week’s time. For some patients, there are other risks associated with the injections and their ingredients, which are naturally produced by the body to break down fats. It is important to discuss the risks and how they may pertain to you and your medical history. This is a great way to bolster the patient-doctor relationship as well as to understand what procedure may work best for you. Since there are great many options out there, doing your own personal research is always a great way to more fully understand what treatment options will benefit your particular health situation.

For many, lipo dissolve is a treatment option that truly works and which allows patients freedom from unwanted and unsightly areas of fat. The fatty tissue will gradually dissolve over time after the injections and patients may need more than one shot to see their desired results. For each patient the number of treatment options differs. Discussing the financial commitment associated with the procedure ahead of time is an important part of the process so that the patient knows their financial obligation bracket and the doctor has offered a certain price. This is best to do prior to treatments so that the lipo dissolve treatments can go as smoothly as possible for the patients and doctors alike.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    lipodissolve?
    Has anyone ever had the procedure Liposissolve? What was your experiance like? What is the difference in that and meseotherapy? What are the prices for Lipodissolve like?

    • ANSWER:
      I haven''t personally done Lipodissolve, but I have been doing a TON of research on it because I am interested in possibly doing it in the future. The biggest difference between Lipodissolve and mesotherapy is where the injections go. Mesothereapy injections go into the top layers of your skin while Lipodissolve is injected directly into your fat deposits and this is seen to increase your results. Lipodissolve prices vary a lot depending on your geographical location, the desired area you wish to be treated, and how much fat you are looking to dissolve because this will affect the amount of treatments you will need. Generally from what I have seen, you should be ready to drop between 400-1k to do your abs four times. But do a lot of research on the people you are looking at doing your procedure. many spas can do the treatment but your best bet is to go with a medical professional.

  2. QUESTION:
    LIpodissolve?
    Has anyone tried the new non-surgery lipodissolve? Its the injectable fat dissolve that you get several injections into a targeted area that dissolves the fat in that area. Or do you know anyone who has? Results?

    • ANSWER:
      I''m trying to lose weight too and it''s sooo hard. My aunt is using a weight loss product and it''s really working for her. I''m gonna try it and I recommend you try it too. Check their website at
      http://www.myl2you.info , my aunt got a free trial and paid only 6.95$ shipping and handling.

  3. QUESTION:
    Lipodissolve?
    Has anyone had lipodissolve done? If you, or someone you know has had this done please let me know how it went. How was the pain? Cost? Where did you have it done? Results? Thanks.
    Yes, different diets work for different people. I have lost 30lbs. since I began my diet, but I still have the belly pouch. I was just asking about lipodissolve directly. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      i had lipodissolve last year, sorry it does not work at all!!!! i should have known better and researched it before throwing my money away. it burns when they inject the stuff and its burns for about a day, it is swollen for about 3 days after, it is about 00.00 per area, arms, upper back, stomach, etc. etc. i had it done it scottsdale arizona, and no results, its better to do it the old fashioned way...

  4. QUESTION:
    Has any mothers gotten lipodissolve, or something like this after giving birth?
    Has any of you mothers gotten treatment from lipodissolve, velashape, etc... or any other type of treatment like this to remove belly fat after giving birth? How well did it work? How much did it cost?

    • ANSWER:
      I''ve only heard that lipodissolve is painful, expensive and is timely. I get a treatment called Lipomassage by Endermologie. It has been around for decades in France and the US. It is the only FDA approved machine to loose fat and keep it off with diet and excercise. It breaks up fatty tissue, then liquifes it then helps push it to your lymp nodes to be excreted when you sweat. I have personally lost 8 inches in 2 months going 2x a week. I bought a package for 0 but now I am on maintenece and pay .00 per treatment which lasts 35 minutes. Check it out on You tube. Good luck.

  5. QUESTION:
    What exactly do they inject into your body for lipodissolve?
    I''ve heard a little about this, mostly negative responses. I''d like to know if anyone has advice or truly understand the procedure. What is the FDA''s current stand on the procedure?

    • ANSWER:
      The ingredients used in lipo-dissolve may vary depending on the doctor and the area being treated. The ingredients may include phosphatidyl choline, multivitamins, alpha lipid acid, enzymes, and plant extracts. Ingredients may also include chemical agents such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, antibiotics, and hormones.

      i hope this helped