The new technology called the “Exilis Procedure” is proving to be the ‘wave’ of the future. The FDA approved device is fast replacing liposuction as the most desired procedure to remove that ugly fat volume from the body. Of course proper diet and exercise remains and important part of having and maintaining a shaplier and healthier body. The Exilis Procedure requires no surgery so no incisions are made and no waiting for healing.
The Exilis Procedures are available today because of the foresight, good planning and professionalism of Dr. Lisa A. Zdinak, M.D., Chief Surgeon and Medical Director of Precision Aesthetics, located in Manhattan, New York City.
How would you like to get rid of excess fat and tighten your skin fast with no surgery and the treatments are completely safe? Exilis is the new technology that works with all skin types and patients can see improvement after just one treatment session. Exilis is FDA Approved and can improve skin laxity and appearance of wrinkles, and many patients report a reduction in total fat volume. Raves are coming in from across the country.
Exilis is the newest FDA approved technological marvel for non susrgical fat removal, that offers the unique combination of radiofrequency energy (radiowaves) and oscillating mechanical waves for the first time in the United States. The Exilis technology uses the vibrations of oscillating mechanical waves to rattle the fat lobules out of their fibrous cage, and then blasts them with the radiofrequency heat to ramp up their metabolic activity and shrink the size of the fat cells. This occurs in a painless and quick 20 minute office procedure with no downtime or limitations on your activities!
This fantastic new technology, used by the new Exilis device, is literally the ‘wave’ of the future for non surgical fat removal. This is the latest in advanced technology to help achieve a more youthful appearance and is a highly effective approach in customizing individual anti-aging and skin tightening and body shaping tools.
This fantastic technology, using the new Exilis device, is literally the ‘wave’ of the future for non surgical fat removal. This is the latest in advanced technology to help achieve a more youthful appearance and is a highly effective approach in customizing individual anti-aging and skin tightening and body shaping tools. Exilis is the newest FDA approved technological marvel that offers the unique combination of radiofrequency energy (radiowaves) and oscillating mechanical waves for the first time to the United States marketplace. Fat cells are actually stored in the body in lobules that are clustered like a bunch of grapes. These clusters are wrapped in a fibrous tissue layer like a hairnet that holds them together. This fibrous tissue layer makes it virtually impossible to reach the fatty clusters without a liposuction cannula—until now. The Exilis uses the vibrations of oscillating mechanical waves to rattle the fat lobules out of their fibrous cage, and then blasts them with the radio-frequency heat to ramp up their metabolic activity and shrink the size of the fat cells. This occurs in a painless and quick 20 minute office procedure with no downtime or limitations on your activities!
In August Dr Zdinak announced a new division which is focusing on Carboxytherapy for the treatment of stretchmarks and utilizing new combination protocols for stretchmarks and Cellulite combining Thermage, Carboxytherapy, Exilis and Acousitic Wave for optimal results.
After having children many woman anguish over their tummies that are no longer flat. Tummy tucks are expensive and often dangerous like all surgeries. So while in consultation they discover the proven Thermage process. Which is simple, relatively inexpensive and perfectly safe.
In just a one hour treatment, physicians can now treat a nagging and embarrassing problem that plagues more than 85% of women everywhere. Cellulite has always been considered largely untreatable by most skin experts until now.
This is the first and only minimally invasive anti-cellulite treatment. In less than one hour and in one procedure, physicians can now treat even large areas of cellulite with Cellulaze. Talk to your dermatologist about your particular cellulite condition and see if Cellulaze is right for you.
A fairly new approach that addresses cellulite problems, that is growing in popularity for those suffering with cellulite is the Acoustic Wave Therapy treatment. This treatment is non invasive and uses no needles. The dermatologist uses acoustic pulses which creates pressure waves to treat cellulite conditions. The discovery of using acoustic waves for the treatment of cellulite is fairly new, even though acoustic waves have been used for decades for various medical conditions.
Clinics all over the world are using acoustic wave therapy for cellulite and all are reporting fantastic success rates and the treatments are showing long term elasticity of the skin, new collagen formation and visible skin surface improvements that lasts 6-12 months before maintenance sessions are needed. The treatments are fast with little downtime. A typical treatment takes about 30 minutes or so.
In about one hour, and usually only in one procedure, physicians can treat even large areas of cellulite with a fantastic new laser treatment. In clinical trials, patients have given the new treatment a 93% approval rating. Mild side effects are reported such as mild discomfort, some minor bruising, swelling and numbness. These minor side effects all disappear by the end of 3 months for most patients.
Cellulite affects about 85% of women in this country and is a huge business for those who offer any hope of improvement. Clinical trials are proving to be beyond anything ever dreamed of just a short time back.
Exilis is a fairly new and innovative technology for non-invasive and safe skin treatment for all skin types. It is important to note that Exilis is FDA approved for improving skin laxity and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and a majority of Exilis patients also report a reduction in fat volume. Fat deposits form due to metabolically inactive cells. Patients will see improvement after just one treatment session, however more are usually recommended. Look in your local Yellow Pages or go online to find the approved physician near you.