Remove Stubborn Fat Deposits with Exilis Body Shaping.
- Posted on: Aug 15 2012
As featured on The Today Show, The View and in Elle and W magazines, Exilis is a state-of-the-art, powerful, non-invasive, radio frequency (RF) device that provides thermal energy to break down fat deposits and tighten skin. No anesthesia, no prep time in advance of treatment, and no downtime when it’s finished. Exilis is still gaining popularity and showing up on your favorite talk shows with celebrity Dermatologists. Did you know that your Dermatologist, Dr. Asarch, right here in Denver offers the Exilis Body Shaping Treatment?
It has been used to remove stubborn fat deposits of the abdomen, inner and outer thighs, bra area, love handles, arms and knees. The treatment is usually quite comfortable and feels like a hot stone massage. The results are best seen after 4 treatments (1-2 weeks apart), althought some effect can be seen after just one. If you happen to be a smoker, your circulation can be compromised, so additional treatments may be required.
During the procedure, the skin temperature is continually monitored for optimum results. The temperature of the mono-polar RF waves is controlled by two hand pieces, on for volume reduction and one for skin tightening.
At Asarch Center DermaSpa, we encourage patients to drink water the day before their treatment, the morning of and the day following, in order to aid in the overall results. Maintaining physical activity is also beneficial.
This newer technology has replaced Thermage in our office. The ability to reduce problem areas of fat and, at the same time, provide skin tightening, is a huge advantage of Exilis technology. Exilis is also a highly-effective modality for lax skin or post-liposuction irregularities. A mild redness in the treated area is to be expected, and is normally resolved within 2 hours.
The Exilis Treatment is a welcome procedure for our busy lives. Book your appointment today to hear about this new technology at The Asarch Center DermaSpa.
We just saw Exilis featured on Good Afternoon America, Friday, August 10th. For more stories about Exilis, click the links below.
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