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Nix the Knife

Thu, 05/26/2011 - 5:31am
Bio-Medicine.Org

NEW YORK, May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Patients looking for a quick nip/tuck but don't want to go under the knife now have a way to snap sagging skin into place and outsmart stubborn body fat.  This month, The Body Contouring Center at the renowned JUVA Skin & Laser Center in New York has premiered Exilis, a new and highly effective non-invasive radio frequency device that tightens and tones skin while reducing the appearance of unwanted fat.  

Exilis works by thermally heating tissue quickly and effectively to remove fat and tighten skin.  By producing collagen remodeling, this cost effective approach to body contouring produces measurable results with minimal discomfort and no downtime for the patient.

Whether a patient is looking to get rid of excess tissue in the abdomen region, restore a youthful appearance to their aging neck, eliminate jowls, or rid their knees, arms, buttocks or thighs of unwanted patches of fat, this versatile treatment is beneficial for the face and body, particularly areas resistant to diet or exercise.

"The change in seasons always inspires people to look their best and at The Body Contouring Center at JUVA we specialize in finding the right approach to help our patients obtain their desired results while being sensitive to their time and lifestyle obligations," said Dr. Bruce Katz, Director of JUVA Skin and Laser Center.  "Men & women battling the appearance of fat deposits or sagging skin no longer have to endure a long and uncomfortable recovery.  With this latest advancement in radio-frequency technology, we can offer patients outstanding results without a large time or financial commitment."

Patients opting for Exilis treatments find the experience quick and easy.  The treatment requires no anesthesia or numbing and takes between 20-30 minutes, with visits scheduled 7 – 14 days apart.  Exilis treatments are recommended in packages of 4 to 6 treatments, d

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