Enter TICKLE LIPO, a device that received its name based on comments from doctors who reported on the slight tickling sensation described by some patients during their procedures. The system takes a different approach to removing fat than the laser and ultrasound enhanced devices that have gained wide recognition. Instead of relying upon heat to break up the fat cells before removal, Tickle Lipo uses “nutational”
The movement of the cannula distracts and tricks the brain into perceiving a slight tickling sensation for many patients.
In his Boston practice, plastic surgeon Dr. Fouad Samaha now performs “Tickle Lipo” to help his patients rid specific areas of their bodies of stubborn fat deposits.
“When I first heard of this procedure, I thought it was going to be another technique that is all hype and no substance, but I am impressed by the effectiveness, the efficiency, and the gentle nature of Tickle Lipo,” says Dr. Samaha. “Our patients have had excellent results, with a smooth contour and an easier recovery compared with other methods. I also find that our Tickle Lipo procedures are quicker, which has helped us lower the cost of liposuction to our patients.”
Tickle Lipo can remove localized fat deposits more quickly than some other forms of liposuction, with minimal patient discomfort, decreased downtime and no risk for thermal burns, which can occur with laser assisted liposuction.
Like other types of liposuction, Tickle Lipo utilizes small tubes called cannulas to remove the fatty tissue beneath the skin. However, in Tickle Lipo these cannulas, activated by air pressure, vibrate and rotate beneath your skin's surface to more efficiently remove fat and cause less trauma to surrounding tissues. Given the advanced nature of this technique, fat removed may also be ideally used for fat grafting treatments.
Tickle Lipo can be performed on many areas of the body to remove fat deposits and even works well when utilized near the skin's surface.
For more information contact Boston Plastic Surgery at 617.786.7600 or visit http://www.bostonplastic.com
TICKLE LIPO ™ , also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture (N.I.L), is a liposuction and fat harvesting process that utilizes the Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture system (N.I.L.) and is FDA approved for fat removal and body sculpting. Medical Alliance Services distributes the Tickle Lipo system in the United States.
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About Dr. Samaha
Dr. Fouad Samaha has been a practicing plastic surgeon in the Boston area for over 17 years. He is known for using state-of-the-
Education and training:
Dr. Samaha's love of Plastic Surgery began while he was a medical student at the University of Virginia, where he was taught by such creative minds as Dr. Milton Edgerton, a pioneer in the field. After training in General Surgery in New York City at a Columbia University teaching hospital, he completed Plastic Surgery residency at Saint Louis University. This was followed by a fellowship in Hand Surgery and Microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic in San Francisco, where he was trained in some of the most complex reconstructive procedures. Dr. Samaha has authored a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals and has made presentations both locally and nationally.
Dr. Samaha has been in Plastic Surgery practice in Boston, and on Harvard Medical School's clinical faculty since 1993. He is on staff at the Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center, several hospitals on Boston's South Shore, and at Caritas Carney Hospital, where he serves as Chief of Plastic Surgery.
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Massachusetts Society of Plastic Surgeons
Dr. Samaha is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.