MINI-SURGICAL SKIN TIGHTENING OF THE ARM
ArmTite is an innovative and minimally invasive procedure using Radiofrequency Assisted Liposuction or RFAL technology to remove excess fat deposits from your upper arms selectively.
What is ArmTite
Armtite is an innovative minimally-invasive procedure that makes it easy to get rid of that excess upper arm fat without surgery.
What to Expect
The procedure begins with administering local anesthesia to numb the treatment site. A tiny incision is made in the skin of the upper arm to insert the RF-assisted cannula used for BodyTite treatment. The device features two parallel probes, one that passes below the skin and the other that passes directly above the skin. The RF energy passes between the two probes, melting fat on the inside while simultaneously causing skin to contract and tighten, allowing the surgeon sculpt the arms to achieve the ideal shape.
How does it work
This innovative, minimally-invasive procedure uses Radiofrequency Assisted Liposuction (RFAL) technology to selectively remove excess fat deposits from the upper arms and also provides efficient skin tightening. The procedure can provide your upper arms with a toned, youthful look, with minimal side effects and discomfort, and importantly, no visible scars. And unlike traditional surgery, ArmTite helps you achieve the well-shaped arms you desire without extensive downtime.
What is the downtime
With minimal surgical trauma and downtime, the procedure allows most patients return to routine activities within 48 hours, without experiencing any risks or complications. However, recovery time and results will vary based on the area treated and the amount of fat removed. Best results appear 6-12 weeks after the procedure. One study found that 81% patients returned to work within 1-3 days of the procedure. However, arm exercises should be delayed for at least 6-8 weeks.
How much does it cost
Your cosmetic goals will determine the cost of your BodyTite surgery. The total cost of BodyTite will depend on the quantity of treatment regions, the size of the treatment area(s), and the complexity of the operation.