I was wondering what the cost of Liposonix is on average? Is it charged by sections like other noninvasive fat reduction methods? Thank you!
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The cost of Liposonix...
As noted below, the costs are related to the size of the areas treated. The Liposonix transducer covers a 6 cm by 6 cm square area. We charge around $130-$150 per treated square. So if you have 10 squares on your abdomen the costs will be around $1300 to $1500. Flanks usually require around 4 squares per flank (8 total to do both flanks). Other physicians charge a base amount, around $1000, then add about $100 per treated square. Each square is treated 3 times at 60 Joules.
Cost of liposonix in Los Angeles
Liposonix usually takes one treatment and the price or cost is determined by the area to be treated. The most common areas for liposonix treatment include the flanks and mid abdomen.
The cost of Liposonix is usually by area being treated such as abdomen or flanks. Some doctors charge for one area but will give a small price break on the second area (similar to cool sculpting). Also, some take into consideration the size of the area being treated as well.
It will definitely by less than surgery and similar to Coolsculpting by Zeltiq.
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We are getting nice results with Liposonix. The cost is comparable to CoolSculpting (which we also do a lot of) and less than the more invasive liposuction. Charge is based on the actual size of the area to be treated. Part of what makes Liposonix so good is that it can be tailored to the exact area in question. You pay just for what needs treating.
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