The decision to go under the knife is never taken lightly, and many patients who have liposuction want the result they imagine prior to having the surgery. However, some liposuction patients can get frustrated with saggy skin after the removal of large amounts of fat. This saggy skin can also worsen the look of cellulite, but there is a solution.
Meso-CRF Post-Lipo is a treatment aimed at improving the look of skin after liposuction. The treatment is a combination of radiofrequency, electro-mesotherapy and ultrasound to tighten the skin after the procedure.
The different components of the treatment include monopolar radiofrequency, which is an efficient skin tightening technology that reduces localized fat deposits, and cavitation, a known fat and cellulite removal treatment. The treatment also involves electro-mesotherapy, which helps in each of the previous areas when a highly concentrated virtual mesotherapy gel or cream is used during the treatment. The combination has proven to be successful in a number of cases in the past. What's more, it is a relaxing experience and there is little to no pain involved.
"I have been researching skin tightening and cellulite reducing technologies for the last 12 years, and to the best of my knowledge I believe that the combination of monopolar RF, ultrasound and electro-mesotherapy is probably the most effective post-lipo treatment available today," said a LipoTherapeia’s skin firming/cellulite specialist.
Another way to avoid the saggy skin and cellulite that can develop as a result of liposuction is to opt for a tummy tuck procedure at the same time as the liposuction. This procedure is meant to sculpt the body while getting rid of any stubborn pockets of fat or saggy skin. It has been proven that having both procedures at the same time is safe, and it may seem like the better option for many men and women who are looking for the best possible results.
According to American Society for Plastic Surgeons, it is important to be fully knowledgeable about both the procedure and the recovery. This way, patients will be able to do what is necessary to not only resume normal activity more quickly, but also enjoy the results they were hoping for.