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The Skinny

LipoDissolve

Lipodissolve, like mesotherapy, is a form of injection lipolysis that reduces the amount of fat in the treated areas. Unlike mesotherapy, Lipodissolve has defined components, phosphatidylcholine (PC) and deoxycholate (DC). The DC component of Lipodissolve is a bile salt which breaks down fat whereas PC helps in the digestion and drainage of the broken down fats. Depending on the size, as little as 3-6cc may be injected whereas a larger area such as the stomach may receive 40-60cc. Once injection is complete, most patients are able to resume all normal activities. For optimal results, 4-10 treatments spaced 6-8 weeks apart will be needed. The goal of Lipodissolve is to reduce the amount of unwanted fat in areas around the body including the abdomen, hips, and thighs as well as reduce the appearance of cellulite.

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Mission

The goal of Lipodissolve is to reduce the amount of unwanted fat in areas around the body including the abdomen, hips, and thighs as well as reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Lipodissolve addresses concerns such as:

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What to Expect

Recovery Notes

There is no downtime or recovery period associated with Lipodissolve injections. Patients may experience temporary redness, swelling, and bruising which subsides after 10 days.

 

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for Lipodissolve has localized areas of unwanted, soft fat tissue.

 

Not Recommended For

Pregnant women and those with soy allergies should not receive a Lipodissolve injections. Firm or fibrous fat deposits tend to not respond well to Lipodissolve treatments.

 

Side Effects

Side effects from Lipodissolve are typically minor and temporary but may include lightheadedness, pain, prolonged tender nodules, swelling, and bruising. Serious side effects can include allergic reaction and skin necrosis.

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