HydraSolve is a form of liposuction that uses tissue liquefaction technology and a specially designed cannula to liquefy and remove fat without damage to the other tissues. Minute incisions are made in the targeted area and then a special liposuction cannula that uses low-energy is inserted under the skin. HydraSolve uses warm, low pressure water to loosen fat cells and transform them from a solid to a liquid so they can be gently and precisely extracted with the cannula without impacting the surrounding tissue.

HydraSolve is ideal for candidates undergoing body contouring for the first time as well as for those who have undergone liposuction in the past and were dissatisfied with their results. It is not a suitable treatment for patients looking for a weight loss treatment. HydraSolve works best for patients who are at a stable, healthy weight.

The cost ranges from $2000-$3500. The final cost depends on surgical facility fees, any anesthesia fees, the surgeon’s level of expertise and the geographic location of the procedure.

The procedure provides toned, smooth and firm looking skin. There could be some slight swelling, soreness and bruising after the procedure and all of this will resolve within a few days. Strenuous activities and exercises should be avoided for 2 weeks. Full results are evident after a couple of weeks and the results last a lifetime.

Mini Liposuction

Mini Liposuction

submitted on   Tue Apr, 12, 2016 by David Amron, MD     
Mini liposuction is used to treat patients who are already near their ideal weight but want to target one or two areas of the body which are disproportionally retaining fat. The procedure is similar to regular liposuction in regards to the incisions being made and fat taken out. However, it is a...