Dr. Mrs. Nirved Jain – Lipolysis (HIFU Cavitation) Specialist

HIFU (High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound) is a highly precise medical procedure using high-intensity focused ultrasound to heat and destroy fat cells & tissues present in the body of the patient thus removing the unwanted fat cells.

In a HIFU lipolysis procedure, pulses of Focalized ultrasound (focused on fat cell) are given, which rupture the fat cells. The depth of each pulse is 1.5 to 2 cm, same depth as Liposuction; this intern ruptures the fat cells very specifically.

A HIFU based lipolysis is a perfect solution for people facing any of the following problems:

  • For those who have tried all means of weight loss, have lost weight, but are now not able to drop the remaining kilos.
  • For those who are otherwise non-obese but yet have stubborn areas of fat or cellulite.
  • For those who are unable to diet or exercise even though the extra weight is posing a danger to their health.
  • If you want a perfect figure or physique.

How is a HIFU Lipolysis treatment performed?

A transducer kept on the skin emits high intensity Ultrasonic waves in a conical manner. They are focused 1.5 cm below the skin causing rupture of the fat cells. The transducer is then advanced further to destroy the new layer of fat cells.

Where does the fat go once it is destroyed?

The liquefied fat i.e. triglyceride and fatty acids are liberated into tissue spaces and are drained to the liver via naturally lymphatic channels and circulation. The liver metabolizes them for energy production.

How much benefit can I achieve in a single session & when do the results become noticeable?

With a great leap in your self-image & confidence you could now very easily be measuring from 1 to 3 inches less permanently in the body area you opt to treat, which may be your abdomen, thighs, buttocks, arms etc.

80% patients show immediate reduction in inches. 18% take 7-10 days to see the effect. 2% of the patients need endermology to open the lymphatics and mesotherapy (link) to destroy brown fat cells.

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