Is There A Non-surgical Treatment To Get Rid Of Stubborn Fat Of “Love Handles”, “Saddlebags” etc. ?


Dallas-Lipodissolve-nonsurgical spot fat reduction

Dallas Lipodissolve Spot fat Reduction For Stubborn Areas

Stubborn localized fat is persistence of fat despite lifestyle modification, diet and exercise. Liposuction is a surgical option and associated with surgical risks and downtime and for some people liposuction may be the most appropriate option. For those looking for non-surgical spot fat reduction, there are a few non-surgical treatment options each with its own limitations and side effects. Lipodissolve, coolsculpting and deep ultrasound to break down fat are three most known non-surgical spot fat reduction treatments. Lipodissolve is far more popular in Europe than in the US.

We have helped a number of our patients achieve their best body goals with non-surgical spot fat reduction combined with healthy lifestyle. Our patients have experienced great results from their lipodissolve non-surgical treatment for reduction of stubborn localized fat  in areas such as love handles, saddlebags, underarms, bra fat, knee fat and any other area with localized fat deposits resistant to diet and exercise.

*Mesotherapy with lipodissolve is a cosmetic treatment aimed at lipolysis or destruction of fat cells when injected into localized fat deposits below the skin. Lipodissolve is a custom compounded solution which consists of two bile salts; when injected into localized fat deposits the bile salts break down fat cells leading to release of the the stored fat which is subsequently removed by your body’s natural fat metabolic pathways.

Each treatment takes about 20 minutes and there is very minimal discomfort during the treatment. Some swelling and tenderness is seen immediately following the treatment which last from 3-5 days. You start to see the results within 2-3 weeks following a single treatment. We recommend THREE treatments, 3-6 weeks apart for most individuals for desired results of areas such as love handles, saddle bags and inner thighs. Some areas may be reduced to your desired size with one or two treatment sessions, whereas other areas may need additional treatments.

The cost of lipodissolve for spot fat reduction is:

  • Medium Area- $345 (Single Treatment)
  • Medium Area- $875 (Three Treatment Package)
  • Large Area – $495 (Single Treatment)
  • Large Area- $1335( Three Treatment Package)

Call 888-210-9693 for your consultation for mesotherapy for non-surgical spot fat reduction treatments in Dallas and Southlake of stubborn fat on the body. There is a $100 consultation fee which is applied towards your treatment.

Lipodissolve disclaimer:

*The safety and efficacy of Lipodissolve for spot fat reduction has not been established and the use of lipodissolve for spot fat reduction is not FDA approved. The use of lipodissolve for spot fat reduction is considered “off label” and is at physician discretion. Off label use of medications is very common in practice of medicine is completely legal.

Lipodissolve fat reduction got its bad reputation due to poor practice of medicine and faulty advertisement by six US based medical spas and a company in Brazil.

According to the FDA warning letter dated April 7, 2010 :

” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today issued warning letters to six U.S. based medical spas and a company in Brazil for making false or misleading statements on their Web sites about drugs they claim will eliminate fat in a procedure called “lipodissolve,” or for otherwise misbranding lipodissolve products.

The U.S. companies involved have made claims that the drugs they use for their lipodissolve procedures are safe and effective; however, these products have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA for this use.

Lipodissolve is a procedure involving a series of drug injections intended to dissolve and permanently remove small pockets of fat from various parts of the body. It also is known as mesotherapy, lipozap, lipotherapy, or injection lipolysis. The most commonly injected drugs are phosphatidylcholine and deoxycholate, usually in various combinations with one another…..

Click to read the entire FDA warning letter