The surgical procedure, liposuction, is familiar to many people across the globe. Liposuction removes excess fat from the body and has become very popular over the last several years. However, research into new and innovative alternatives to cosmetic surgery have been pioneered in recent years. Some of these procedures, such as lipodisolve, may have benefits that aren''t even found in the more traditional procedures.
Lipodisolve has the same goal in mind as liposuction-to remove and/or reduce unwanted areas of fat from different regions of someone''s body. However, lipodisolve has some major benefits. First and foremost, lipodisolve do not require incisions or many times anesthetic. Furthermore, most times recovery time is minimal.
One of the major differences between lipodisolve and liposuction is that lipodisolve has not yet been approved by the FDA, whereas, liposuction has. However, this does not necessarily mean that lipodisolve is an unsafe procedure or that it won''t be approved in the future. The FDA has also not prohibited lipodisolve. With it being neither approved or prohibited it is apparent that the FDA has simply not made up its mind yet concerning the procedure. It is important to note that lipodisolve is a fairly new procedure and liposuction has been in existence for a lot longer. This means that liposuction has had time to go through the FDA''s lengthy and rigorous approval process.
When deciding whether to participate in liposuction or lipodisolve it is important to understand how the two procedures are performed. Lipodisolve is a noninvasive procedure that requires no incisions. The lack of incisions means that the likely-hood of infection is significantly decreased - something that many patients see as a large benefit of the procedure. Conversely liposuction involves making a small incision in the skin over the fatty area and sucking the excess fat out through a tube like a vacuum.
Lipodisolve involves injecting chemicals directly into the area being treated, whether it be your arm, thigh, stomach, or even your neck. The chemicals injected dissolve the solid fat into a liquid fat which is then believed to be washed out of the body. Lipodisolve is considered less invasive and is less painful than liposuction, and for these reasons many people choose lipodisolve.
Last, you obviously need to consider which procedure is the most effective. It doesn''t matter if you don''t have to have cuts and tubes if the procedure doesn''t remove the fat effectively. While both liposuction and lipodisolve can provide amazing results, there is one general rule of thumb that most people follow: if you want to remove very large areas of fat, liposuction may be a better option. If you want to concentrate on smaller areas, than lipodisolve may be the right procedure for you. Speak with your doctor and with past patients to find out which one would be best for you.