Microlipo and AirSculpt: Two Methods for Double Chin Reduction
Microlipo and AirSculpt are two innovative treatments for double chin reduction, but which one delivers superior results? At Qazi Cosmetic Center in Orange County, our team, led by Dr. Qazi, has extensive experience in employing both methods. However, we’ve seen firsthand that our Microlipo approach delivers unmatched results, especially when it comes to skin tightening.
The Microlipo Difference
What sets our Microlipo method apart? The process begins with meticulously tightening the skin using Inmode’s cutting-edge Facetite/Necktite technology. By doing this prior to removing any fat, we lay the groundwork for a more refined, contoured result.
Precise and Minimal
But we don’t stop at superior skin tightening. Microlipo also involves the use of anatomically appropriate insertion points that are smaller than a pen tip. This level of precision minimizes trauma and speeds up the healing process, with the insertion points closing within a few hours without the need for stitches.
The Limitations of Traditional Chin Liposuction
While chin liposuction is a one limited method for double chin reduction, it may not always offer optimal skin tightening. In fact, unless paired with a separate skin-tightening procedure, patients may be left with some degree of loose skin post-treatment. This can detract from the overall result and may require further procedures for correction.
Your Ideal Double Chin Solution at Qazi Cosmetic Center
At Qazi Cosmetic Center, we believe in providing our patients with the most effective treatments for their needs. That’s why we stand behind Microlipo for double chin treatment. Offering superior skin tightening and precision fat removal, this method delivers results that are both effective and aesthetically pleasing.
Want to see the Microlipo difference for yourself? Get in touch with our team at Qazi Cosmetic Center.
By: Dr. Nadir Qazi
Dr. Nadir Qazi is a board certified physician specializing in minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and an instructor for advanced injections and laser techniques.