·Minimally invasive with local anesthsia-reduced downtime and side effects with increased safely.

 ·Compliment to traditional liposuction, Lipolite  can treat smaller areas not possible with liposuction. 

 ·Less traumatic with less bleeding compared to traditioanal liposuction

 ·An efficient compact system Lipolite fits easily into operating theater, where space can be at a premium.


What areas of the body can be treated with LipoLite?

Ideal treatment areas include areas on the neck, arms, back, breast, abdomen, thighs, buttocks and  smaller areas on the face. 

When can patients expect to see results?

Some results can be seen almost immediately, yet the most noticeable results will show 6-8 weeks  after treatment.

Does LipoLite require anesthesia?

LipoLite is minimally invasive, and considerably less traumatic to the body than traditional liposuction - so only local anesthesia is required for treatments.

How does a patient tolerate LipoLite?

Local anesthesia helps make the LipoLite procedure comfortable. After treatment, and when the anesthesia begins to wear off, many patients experience minimal bruising, plus minor aches and pains that naturally dissipate over time. LipoLite patients can typically return to work 1-2 days after treatment.

Who is a good candidate for the LipoLite procedure?

Patients who are in good health, have stubborn areas of fat that persist despite diet and exercise, and have appropriate expectations of treatment results are good candidates for the LipoLite procedure.

How many treatments are required?

For most patients, only one treatment is typically required for each treatment area. The session may last from 30 minutes to two hours depending on the areas treated.