Injection lipolysis, also known as injectable lipolysis, is one of the available cosmetic procedures aimed at reducing localized fat tissue. Here is some information about injection lipolysis:

1. Procedure Description: Injection lipolysis involves the introduction of a special fat-dissolving solution directly into the area where excess fat tissue is present. The solution is typically based on a substance called sodium deoxycholate or phosphatidylcholine. This substance acts on fat cells, causing them to break down and gradually be eliminated by the body.

2. Areas Suitable for Injection Lipolysis: Injection lipolysis is often used to reduce fat tissue in areas such as the chin, jowls, hips, abdomen, thighs, or arms. It can also be used to reduce fat tissue in other areas, as recommended by the doctor.

3. Procedure Process: Prior to undergoing injection lipolysis, a thorough medical interview and evaluation of the targeted area are conducted. Then, the doctor administers a series of small injections with the fat-dissolving solution in the selected areas. The procedure can be somewhat painful, so in some cases, local anesthesia or numbing cream is applied.

4. Duration and Number of Treatments: The actual duration of the injection lipolysis procedure is relatively short and usually ranges from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the treated area. To achieve optimal results, a series of treatments may be necessary, typically with 4-6 week intervals between sessions.

5. Possible Side Effects: Injection lipolysis is generally considered a safe procedure, but like any medical intervention, it carries some risks. Temporary swelling, redness, bruising, burning, or tightness may occur at the injection sites. In rare cases, more serious complications such as allergic reactions or infections can occur. It is important to undergo the procedure with an experienced and qualified specialist.

6. Results and Recovery: The effects of injection lipolysis are gradually visible as the body needs time to dissolve and eliminate the fat. Full results can be assessed a few weeks or months after the last treatment. During the recovery period, it is important to follow the doctor’s recommendations, such as avoiding intense physical exercise, massages, or sun exposure in the treated areas.

It should be noted that the above information is general in nature, and each case of injection lipolysis is unique. It is always recommended to consult with an experienced doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist who can tailor the treatment plan to the individual needs of the patient.

Price: Starting from 350 PLN

(depending on the number of vials used)

Procedure Duration: Approximately 30-60 minutes

Anesthesia: Yes, numbing cream

Recovery: 7-14 days

Contraindications for the Procedure:

When considering injection lipolysis, there are certain contraindications that may affect the decision to undergo the procedure. Before deciding on injection lipolysis, it is important for the doctor to thoroughly assess the patient’s health condition. Here are some potential contraindications for the procedure:

1. Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Injection lipolysis is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women due to potential risks to the child.

2. Skin issues and infections: If there are active skin infections in the area to be treated with injection lipolysis, such as dermatitis, herpes, or ulcers, the procedure may be postponed until they are healed.

3. Cardiovascular diseases: Individuals with serious cardiovascular problems, such as heart failure, ischemic heart disease, or thrombosis, may not be suitable candidates for injection lipolysis. In such cases, a thorough medical interview and consultation with a doctor are necessary.

4. Metabolic disorders: Some metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, can affect the body’s ability to respond to the procedure. In such cases, strict monitoring of blood sugar levels and adjustment of insulin or other medications under the supervision of a doctor is necessary.

5. Tendency for keloid scarring: Individuals with a tendency to develop keloid scars should exercise caution when undergoing injection lipolysis, as it may lead to the formation of scars and unwanted effects.

6. Allergies and intolerances: If a patient is allergic to the components of the injection lipolysis preparation, it is necessary to avoid this procedure. It is important to inform the doctor of any known allergies or intolerances.

The above contraindications are general guidelines and may vary depending on individual health factors. It is always important to consult with a doctor before undergoing injection lipolysis, as they will thoroughly assess the situation and make a decision on whether the procedure is appropriate in a given case.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the expected results of injection lipolysis?

Injection lipolysis aims to reduce localized fat tissue accumulation. The expected results include a reduction in circumference, improvement in body contour, and reduction of fat tissue in the treated area. Results will gradually become visible within a few weeks or months after completing a series of treatments.

How long does one injection lipolysis treatment take?

The duration of the injection lipolysis procedure depends on the area being treated. Typically, it lasts from 30 to 60 minutes.

Is injection lipolysis painful?

Injection lipolysis can be slightly painful as it involves the introduction of needles into the skin. To minimize discomfort, local anesthesia or numbing cream can be applied before the procedure.

How many injection lipolysis treatments will I need?

The number of injection lipolysis treatments required may vary depending on individual factors such as the treated area and the level of fat accumulation. Typically, a series of treatments at 4-6 week intervals is recommended to achieve optimal results.

What are the possible side effects of injection lipolysis?

Potential side effects of injection lipolysis include temporary swelling, redness, bruising, burning sensation, or tightness at the injection sites. In rare cases, more serious complications such as allergic reactions or infections may occur. It is important to undergo the procedure with an experienced specialist who will take appropriate precautions.

How long is the recovery period after injection lipolysis?

The recovery period after injection lipolysis is usually short. Patients are advised to avoid intense physical exercise, massage, or sunbathing in the treated areas for approximately 1-2 weeks after the procedure. The doctor will provide detailed recovery instructions.

It is important to consult with an experienced doctor or aesthetic medicine specialist before making a decision about injection lipolysis. The doctor will be able to answer all individual questions and provide accurate information about the procedure.


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