VANQUISH Fat Removal – Fort Myers Florida
What is Vanquish?
Fat cells have less conductivity than the skin and muscles. Since fat cells are denser and hold less water than skin and muscle cells, they can be effectively targeted without doing damage to the surrounding tissue.
The Vanquish system constantly adjusts the power of the energy emitted to induce and maintain even heating of the fat cells. The body then reabsorbs the contents from the destroyed fat cells and metabolizes them, flushing them out through the gastrointestinal system.
The Vanquish device encompasses your stomach and sides without touching them. Then, radio frequency waves target the fat cells, heating them up to cause cell death. You will feel a mild heating sensation, but there’s no pain during the treatment and no downtime after it.
Am I a good candidate for Vanquish in Naples?
Vanquish is the perfect solution for women and men who are within roughly 10 percent of their ideal weight, but have seen changes in their core that are resistant to exercise. Vanquish works on neither excess skin nor cellulite, but can address that persistent muffin top or love handles that you can’t seem to get rid of.
Patients who have undergone the series of 4 to 6 Vanquish treatments scheduled no more than 2 weeks apart in Naples are enthusiastically reporting that their pants are fitting loose due to losing several inches off their waistline—without changing their diets.
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No recovery time
Because of the gentle temperature rise and lack of contact during the Vanquish procedure, there is minimal discomfort or risk of side effects. Patients are able to return to work or home with no downtime. The most common side effects are temporary feelings of warmth, tenderness, or redness. Patients are able to resume exercise and activities immediately afterwards. It is important to drink plenty of water both before and after treatment, to flush out fat cells. To learn more about Vanquish and see if it is right for you setup a consultation with Dr. Prysi at our Naples Florida office.