Dr. Paul Glat Introduces Exilis Body Contouring to Philadelphia

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Deeper layers of fat can be reached and inches reduced without liposuction. Patients with unwanted fat and cellulite in specific body regions can achieve significant improvement.

Board certified “Top Doc Philadelphia” plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Glat is the first physician in Philadelphia to provide Exilis non-surgical body contouring. “The treatments use a combination of ultrasound & radio waves. It can literally take inches off your waist, abdomen, thighs and other problem areas,” says Dr. Glat.

“Exilis” is a new approach to non-surgical body contouring. It’s an FDA approved device that uses a unique combination of radio frequency energy and ultrasonic energy, available for the first time to the U.S. Treatments can take inches off the waist, abdomen thighs and other body areas, and can reach the stubborn, deeper fat layers which have been difficult to reduce with other non-surgical treatments. Since there is no surgery involved, no recovery time is required.

Exilis treatments also work faster than other non-surgical treatments. Most people will require just 4 treatment sessions to reach their goals, says Dr. Glat. Exilis treatments can achieve the highest levels of fat reduction and body contouring that is possible without liposuction or surgery.

The mechanical effects of ultrasound energy allow treatment of previously resistant tissue. Exilis precisely targets the deeper fat layers, while contact cooling of the surface regulates the temperature of the skin and protects the skin.

Fat cells are stored in the body in “lobules”, or clusters similar to a bunch of grapes. These fat cell lobules are wrapped in a fibrous tissue that holds them together. The tissue makes it virtually impossible to reach the fatty clusters without a liposuction cannula—until now.

As part of the process, mechanical waves help to separate the fat cell clusters into individual units. The exposed cells are then more accessible and responsive to treatment. High frequency energy causes targeted deep thermal heating, the fat cells shrink and the fat volume is reduced.

The desired body areas are targeted for treatment in a procedure that usually take 30 to 45 minutes or less. Best results are achieved after four to five treatments spaced over a period of about six weeks.

For more information call the office of Dr. Paul Glat at 866.472.6009 or visit http://www.drglat.com

About Dr. Paul Glat:
Dr. Paul M. Glat is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. The rigorous certification process is separate from medical school and includes five years of additional surgical training, a plastic surgery residency program, and challenging written and oral exams. Most states do not restrict doctors from calling themselves cosmetic surgeons, even if they have never received formal training in the field. Therefore, it's extremely important to find a board-certified cosmetic or plastic surgeon to ensure that his or her qualifications and credentials have been verified and approved.

Honors and Recognition
Dr. Paul Glat's surgical proficiency and talent have been recognized by several outlets, both locally and nationally. He has been voted Philadelphia Magazine's "top plastic surgeon" of the year multiple times, and Main Line Magazine has featured him as one of the best plastic surgeons in the area. He has also been honored as one of America's Top Doctors by Castle Connolly, a leading healthcare firm that selects the top 1 percent of medical specialists in the country based on peer review.


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