Guelph dermatologist Dr. Dusan Sajic makes a return visit on “Trending with Aleia Ally” to show an exciting new non-surgical body contouring treatment. The episode debuts at 7:00 pm Thursday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 pm on Rogers TV 20, and may also be seen on the show’s website. See the episode here.
“New technology for non-surgical fat reduction, body contouring and muscle toning is here,” Dr. Sajic explains to Aleia. “The new ‘Evolve’ device by InMode is the first capable of performing three-dimensional body contouring, and is safe for all skin types. Evolve applicators are placed on the abdomen, thighs, waistline, back or other areas. Multiple areas can be treated at the same time. The device has three modes that can be used separately or in sequence: tite, trim and tone. Evolve treatments are perfect for a mommy makeover with results that are often superior to treatments like Coolsculpting.”
• Evolve uses radio frequency energy for the “tite” and “trim” modes. Collagen stimulation and collagen building occurs in “tite” mode, with the effect of tightening the skin and giving it more elasticity. Fat reduction is achieved in the “trim” mode.
• The Evolve employs electrical muscle stimulation for the ‘tone’ mode. “Once the patient’s unwanted fat is reduced and the skin is tightened the Evolve can be used as a ‘hands free gym’ to build muscle,” says Dr. Sajic.
Dr. Sajic says the non-surgical treatments require little or no contact between patients and their doctors, and patients can choose to have treatments individually or in sequence. “We program the device for each patient’s desired treatment and body area, the patient is fitted with the applicators and we can leave the room during the treatment session for social distancing,” says Dr. Sajic. “Evolve treatments take about 30-40 minutes each. Treatments are pain-free and there is no downtime.”
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Dusan Sajic MD PhD (Molecular Immunology)
Assistant professor clinical medicine, adjunct McMaster University. Hamilton ON Canada
Source: deRMA Skin Institute