After 4 treatments on my inner thigh, I'm seeing great results which I understand will be more visible in about 3 months, but is there any documentation as to how long these results will last? And does a person usually need "maintenance" treatments?
How Long Do Exilis Results Last?
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Longevity Of Exilis
While multiple sessions of Exilis treatments are needed to see full results, these results are long-lasting. Results vary for each patient; however, I recommend that my patients have maintenance treatments ever 12-18 months. Keep in mind, it’s also important incorporating a healthy lifestyle including good nutrition and exercise along with your Exilis treatment, for ultimate results.
How Long Will Exilis Last?
Results are permanent as long as you do your part to keep your weight consistent. As with any procedure, fluctuation in eating habits and exercise can cause the effect of the treatment to be reversed. Maintenance treatments are recommended once every 12-18 months.
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How long does Exilis last?
There are no definitive studies on the longevity of Exilis to my knowledge.
When we trained with our clinical specialist, we were told expect results to last one to two years.
However, if you achieve fat loss and circumferential reduction as desired, one would expect that these effects should be semi-permanent if you can continue to live a healthy lifestyle and maintain proper body weight.
If you revert to over-eating and discontinue regular exercise, you certainly could gain weight and add fat back to the existing fat cells in the treated areas; thus, reversing what your Exilis treatments already accomplished.
That being said, aging is a continual process and periodic maintenance treatments may still be recommended to combat the inevitable battle with the changes associated with aging.
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