Cleveland area patients ask, "How long does the result of Exilis last?"

If you are tired of wrinkles, sagging skin, or unwanted fat, you’ll want to learn more about Exilis. Exilis is an FDA-approved non-invasive method to tighten skin, contour the body, and eliminate unwanted fat. Using radio frequency, Exilis heats the deep layers of tissue to increase metabolic activity within the cells. The fat cells are eliminated through the body’s natural method for waste disposal. The Exilis heat also targets the collagen network, which is extremely difficult for other treatments to do. The stimulation of the collagen network encourages regrowth, which can help firm and tighten the skin.

Exilis can be used on many different areas of the body, making it a very versatile treatment. The most common treatment areas include the face, neck, abdomen, arms, thighs, and buttocks.

One of the biggest advantages of Exilis is that there is no anesthesia, no numbing, and no downtime. Often compared to a warm, deep stone massage, Exilis treatments are quite comfortable for patients. While the Exilis heats up the tissue, the applicator also cools the skin to eliminate discomfort.

We’re sure you are wondering, “How long does the result of Exilis last?”

As a rule, Exilis results can be permanent. Fat loss can be maintained long term as long as patients exercise and maintain a healthy diet. Skin tightening may require a once yearly maintenance appointment, but can last long term.

While some results from Exilis treatments can be seen right away, the majority of improvements will be gradual over the course of several months. A few key factors contribute to optimal Exilis results.
  1. Follow recommended treatment plan – Most patients will need anywhere between 4 to 6 Exilis sessions for the best results. Each session is generally completed in under an hour and appointments are scheduled about two weeks apart.
  2. Proper Hydration – We recommend patients increase water intake, up to 8-10 glasses per day.
  3. Moderate Exercise – It’s important to participate in light to moderate physical activity.
Exilis is safe for most patients who are unhappy with the visible signs of aging. Patients who are pregnant or nursing are not candidates for Exilis.

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