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What is EXILIS?

Exilis is a non-invasive, FDA approved device that offers a non-surgical solution to tighten tissue and reduce targeted fat deposits. 

How does it work?

Utilizing bipolar radiofrequency waves, Exilis safely targets and heats fat cells without burning the skin.  The radio waves create thermal energy which speeds up metabolic activity in the fat cells, causing them to break apart.  At the same time, it stimulates and strengthens the collagen network, improving skin laxity and texture.  Exilis is not a weight loss device and is not a substitution for proper diet and exercise.

Where can  Exilis be used on the body?

It can be used anywhere on the body – the eyelids, face, chin, neck, arms, upper back, hips, stomach, love handles, male breasts, thighs, knees, and ankles.  Head to toe fat reduction and tightening can be accomplished with Exilis.  The higher radio-frequency energy from Exilis breaks up fat, which is then drained through the lymphatic system and liver.  Male and female patients are taking advantage of the amazing results.  (It is especially effective in treating male breast enlargement without leaving surgical scars.)

Are there any risks associated with Exilis?

Since Exilis is completely non-surgical, the risks from undergoing system treatments are low.  Some patients report temporary redness immediately after treatment but this subsides in approximately 15-30 minutes.  It is important to report all medical conditions to our licensed staff when evaluating whether Exilis is right for you.  Each individual is different and not everyone may be an ideal candidate for this procedure.
How many treatments are needed and how long does each treatment last?

Generally, excellent results can be attained in 4 to 6 treatments, with noticeable improvement after the 2nd session.  The recommended time frame between each treatment session is 10 days to three weeks.  Depending on the number and size of the area(s) being treated, treatments vary from approximately 15 to 45 minutes. 

How much does Exilis Cost?

The cost of Exilis depends on how large the treatment area is and whether it is on the face or body.  The face can be done in any one of three sections or be treated as a whole and ranges from $200 to $500 per session.   The body is treated in 5X7 inch sections and averages $300 per section per treatment.  Discounts may be available for multiple treatment areas. 

Why choose Exilis Therapy over other procedures?

  • No Downtime, No pain due to controlled, gradual heating

  • No Medication, No numbing creams and No after care

  • Reasonably quick treatment sessions

  • Progressive results that last

  • Best results after only 4 sessions

  • Scientifically proven and clinically tested worldwide