Lipolysis Fat Removal

Lipo Treatments by Dr Claire

Minimally Invasive Local Aesthetic

Pain Rating


2 Weeks Downtime

It’s Never Too Late To Be What You Might Have Been.

    Saying goodbye… Never felt so good!

    What is Lipolysis Fat Removal?

    Lipolysis fat removal is a gentle, minimally invasive procedure used to soften and suction stubborn fat deposits using local anaesthetic.  

    Lipolysis fat removal procedures target resistant deposits of fat on specific parts of the body that have not responded to weight loss and exercise. 

    Abdomen, hips, thighs, back, arms, buttocks and double chins are all ideal targets for lipolysis on the body.

    The Ultra Z system is a minimally invasive and precise body contouring technology that is utilized to emulsify and remove unwanted fat in a target area, while protecting the important tissue, blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue. Patients report little bruising, and low to minimal pain.

    Is it possible for the fat to return?

    The fat cells which are removed during the procedure are permanently gone, but patients should maintain a healthy lifestyle, including a healthy diet and regular exercise, to prevent fat from recurring in or near the treatment area. The post procedure protocol is of utmost importance.  If there is considerable weight gain (i.e 10% of body weight), new fat cells can develop. Thus, fat can return if no precaution is taken. 

    How do I start my Journey with regards to Lipolysis fat removal at TAHQ?

    The first step is to determine whether you are a suitable candidate. This can only be done during consultation. Full assessment will be done whereby weight, measurements, blood pressure, and glucose readings are recorded. You may be required to attain further blood tests in order to confirm whether your vitals are stabilised. 

    How long is the recovery process?

    After procedure, you will experience drainage for 24 to 48 hours. A rest period of two days is advised. Most Patients return to work after this period. It is recommended to walk regularly. Full recovery and results are shown at 6 – 18 months.  

    Don’t Wait Any Longer. Renew yourself!