Liposculpture procedures have evolved tremendously and have developed into one of the most popular aesthetic industry procedures. According to the research of Shridharani et al. (2014), these procedures effectively treat localised adipose fat deposits in patients. This study further affirmed that subcutaneous fat often occurs in predictable distributions in both men and women. Due to the disagreeable fat distribution patterns, the Ultra-Z™ system utilises advanced cavitation and emulsification technologies to perform tailor-made liposculpture procedures on any part of the body. At Aesthetica Skin Centre, Dr Bianca Cowan uses the Ultra-Z™ to perform ultrasonic-assisted liposuction procedures. Accordingly, a cannula is connected to a suction-generating device which allows for small incisions to be strategically placed, in view for adequate fat volumes to be removed. This fat removal procedure leads to an improved harmonious balance of a patient’s physique and improved body contour.
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