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The Wave of the Future in Liposculpture

Posted October 19, 2009 in Cosmetic Procedures, Liposuction Alternatives

Body-Jet Water Assisted Lipo offers extraordinary results with less bruising, swelling and discomfort and requires minimal downtime!

I’m returning to the office this week after my extraordinary trip to China, (pictures coming soon!) and I’m very excited to get back to work because we’ve got an incredible, BRAND NEW liposculpture procedure available now at Rejuvalife, and I’m the very first physician in Beverly Hills to offer it. It’s called Body-Jet, and it’s the newest technology and highest standard liposculpture procedure in existence. It was recently launched in the U.S.  and it is sure to become very popular because of its many benefits over its predecessors.

Unlike traditional liposuction, where a tumescent solution is injected into the tissue during the procedure, the Body-Jet uses WATER which loosens the structure of the fat tissue so it can be removed. Water is continually added and almost immediately aspirated. This method, called Water Assisted Lipo (WAL) produces less swelling and bruising from the procedure, and requires only a local anesthetic, so it’s safer than methods that require full sedation. Consequently the recovery time is very minimal, and you will see results in hours, not days or weeks like other methods.

The instrument, or cannula, used in the Body-Jet procedure is much smaller than those used in other methods. This lets me truly sculpt the areas, offering remarkable results for the abdomen and thighs, but it also allows me to do the procedure on smaller, harder to handle areas, like the lower back, “bra bulge” area, and under the chin. (Some other methods can tackle those areas, too, but not to the same fine degree as with Body-Jet.)

One thing that truly sets Body-Jet apart, is its far superior fat harvesting capability.  What this means is that when I remove the fat during the liposculpture process, the fat removed is in near perfect condition for use in Fat Transfer procedures – where I inject fat into areas of the skin that have become depleted, such as the face or hands.  Previously, the fat harvested would have to undergo purification processes before it would be viable for Fat Transfer, but because of the water used in Body-Jet, all of those processes are not necessary.

If you’re interested in learning more about this new type of liposculpture, I’ll be posting before and after photos of my Body-Jet patients soon, and a video showing how quick and easy the procedure is, and how great you can look in just a few hours!

Thanks for reading,

Andre Berger, M.D.

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