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What You'll Get
People typically try to lose love handles to look fit and to reduce drag before human-cannonball tryouts. Streamline your body with this Groupon.
$999 for a Tickle-Liposuction Procedure for Love Handles (Up to $2,500 Value)
An initial consultation and a cellular inkblot test determine patients' candidacy for the FDA-approved treatment. Instead of using general anesthesia, a physician injects a local anesthetic into the flanks before the procedure to leave patients conscious yet resistant to pain. The doctor then inserts a cannula, which uses low-frequency infrasonic vibrations, into a small incision to liquefy a majority of love handles' fat cells. The liquefied cells are completely removed via suction so that they won't grow back or refill with ice cream, and patients often say that the vibrations feel like tickling.
Results vary, but most patients witness the most dramatic results from a few weeks to a few months after the procedure. Typical recovery time for the treatment is 24–48 hours. Patients must purchase a medical-quality compression garment prior to their appointment and should secure a ride home after the procedure.
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Promotional value expires May 15, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Dr. Timothy Zelko, a board-certified physician with six years of liposuction-specific experience, oversees the fat-cell-siphoning procedures at ZBodySculpt. After decades as a board-certified physician, Dr. Zelko turned his focus to liposuction—and discovered that despite the huge demand for the slimming procedure, people often avoided it out of fear, discomfort, cost, and allergies to doctors. This realization prompted him to seek out alternative forms of fat reduction, and Dr. Zelko now treats his patients with minimally invasive and noninvasive procedures that require little to no downtime, reduced cost, and local anesthesia for fewer complications.