How Long Does A Bodytite Procedure Last?

May 15, 2024

Thinking about transforming your body but are scared to undergo anything too invasive? Well, we have a solution to offer – BodyTite process. It tones your flaps to give your entire body a tighter look. But since it is an investment, you might wonder about the lasting ability of this procedure. Well, we are with the answer and more. A BodyTite procedure can last as long as 5 years before needing a revamp of any sort!

What Is BodyTite?

As mentioned earlier, the BodyTite procedure is a minimally invasive body contouring treatment. This process uses radiofrequency-assisted lipolysis (RFAL) to address extra fat and tighten the skin simultaneously.

This innovation includes the utilization of thermal energy both under and above the skin, stimulating collagen production for a more sculpted and toned appearance. It is unlike traditional liposuction, as you do not need general anesthesia for BodyTite, making it an outpatient procedure with a relatively short recovery period.

How Does It Work?

It starts with a small cannula inserted into the target area by making a small cut on the skin to deliver radiofrequency energy underneath. This energy heats the fat cells, consequently liquefying them and then gently suctioning out.

The magic lies in the process happening simultaneously, where the radiofrequency energy stimulates the production of new collagen fibers. This step causes skin tightening and enhanced body shape. The controlled energy makes sure that your skin is firm and smooth.

Benefits of BodyTite

  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Less recovery time
  • Addresses both – fat cells and skin together
  • Noticeable results in body shape, with a more defined appearance
  • Safe and effective treatment
  • Low risk of complications
  • The high patient satisfaction rate

How Long Does The Effect Of BodyTite Last?

Do not mistake BodyTite for a weight loss solution; rather, it is a way to tone your body. You must keep in mind to maintain a healthy weight with a proper healthy diet and exercise to maximize and sustain the effects of BodyTite.

You must note that the two changes in this process are permanent at removal and long-lasting skin tightening effects. BodyTite permanently eliminates fat cells in the target area; on the other hand, skin-tightening results last a minimum of 5 years before maintenance treatments may be needed.

Which Body Areas Can Benefit from This Procedure?

The good news is that anybody can benefit from this procedure wherever they need it. Commonly, it is done in the following places:

  • Buttocks
  • Abdomen
  • Thighs
  • Back
  • Arms
  • Knees

What To Not Do After BodyTite Procedure?

After getting BodyTite, avoid certain activities to ensure successful treatment and apt recovery. Steer clear of the following activities to ensure a healthy recovery:

  • Smoking
  • Strenuous exercise or gym session
  • Consuming food items that are in high-salt
  • Not taking your antibiotics as per the doctor’s instructions
  • Using skin products without professional advice
  • Exposing the treatment area directly to the sun
  • Taking off compression garments before the recommended time
  • Not following the post-procedure checklist

Once your recovery from your BodyTite treatment is over, you may need to adopt specific practices for long-lasting results.

  • Following a healthy diet
  • A light but consistent exercise routine
  • No significant weight fluctuation due to unhealthy habits
  • Using sunscreen every time before exposure to the sun
  • Use of moisturizer on the skin at all times

Closing Note

So, are you ready to make the change you always desired? Well, Nova Bariatrics is here to help you kickstart your body transformation journey. Get in touch with experts by dialing (469) 639-0953 Irving, TX 75063, for questions or queries of any sort.

Dr. Mustafa H. Alibhai

Dr. Alibhai, a board-certified general surgeon, passionately leads Nova Bariatrics and General Surgery. Formerly an Assistant Professor at McGovern Medical School, he’s a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeons. His academic journey includes a Bachelor’s from Southern Methodist University, Medical School at UT Southwestern, and residencies at UT Southwestern. Specializing further, he completed Bariatric and Robotic Fellowships, advancing surgical techniques with a focus on patient well-being.



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