Do you need to kill fat and shape your body? Are you afraid of a surgery? Vanquish is a US FDA-cleared contactless technology for non-invasive body shaping and volume reduction of tummy, love handles and thighs. Large treatment areas can be targeted without the need for needles and anesthesia, risk of side effects and patient discomfort.
How it works
Vanquish employs a non-invasive, contactless panel array that creates a high-frequency Selective Field RF™ energy that tunes thermal delivery based on deep tissue impedance. This technology also shapes the radio magnetic fields to optimize penetration and rapidly heat fat selectively without the device touching the body.
During treatment, the adipose cells are being disrupted. Independent studies have demonstrated that exposure to Vanquish causes disruption of the fat cells and volumetric reduction in the fat layer.
This contrasts other body contouring systems, which focus mainly on smaller, localized fat deposits. Published scientific studies have validated that Vanquish‘s patented technology induces death of fat cells via apoptosis without disturbing values of serum lipid and liver-related blood tests.
The treated body part is located in the high-frequency electric field. The temperature increases to apoptic levels in the fat tissue while the surrounding tissue remains protected from apoptic temperature levels.
Vanquish is safe for all healthy patients who want to take control of their core and improve problem areas when exercise and diet have failed. Patients report that the Vanquish procedure is extremely comfortable, akin to a relaxing feeling of warmth like a hot stone massage. The recommended frequency of treatment is between 3 to 5 sessions over the course of 4 to 6 weeks. Results may vary from patient to patient.
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