With certain people a dewlap presents a serious aesthetic issue because, regardless of weight loss, it doest go away. Also, that extra food intake goes directly into your dewlap. With some people the dewlap is an aesthetic issue because of the excess of skin. Sometimes the dewlap is just excess of skin which hangs loosely, while other times it is a cluster of fat. Therefor, dewlap treatments are divided in accordance with their look: tightening of the excess skin, dewlap reduction and combination of tightening and reduction.
Uses electro-magnetic energy which rotates water molecules and releases energy. The created energy then destroys fat cells and damages the connective tissue. Subsequently, the organism strengthens the existing connective tissue and creates new one with a skin tightening effect. A special bipolar extension which affects only the connective tissue is used for that purpose. With dewlap reduction a unipolar extension is used which only affects the fat tissue. A combination of both extensions is advised for best results. 3 to 6 treatments are needed, and an interval between the treatments is 3 to 4 weeks. First results are visible after 4 weeks and they improve daily within the following 6 months. Final results are visible 6 to 9 months after the last treatment. If no results are visible after two treatments it is advised to cancel them and start with a new treatment type. It is not possible to predict the results or someone's reaction to the treatments since a smaller group who does not respond or responds poorly to treatments always exists. No recovery period is needed.
This method uses the tiniest needles for injecting phosphatidylcholine, a natural ingredient of the cell membrane, along with other ingredients. The goal is to destroy the cell membrane of the fat cell which will cause it to disappear. Due to the process of the cell dying an inflammation occurs which induces skin tightening. Soy is used as a source of phosphatidylcholine and this treatment is therefor not recommend to people allergic to soy. If desired, cheeks can be reduced and the edges of the jaw can be accentuated, since they are usually not visible enough. 2 to 5 treatments are needed with an interval of 5 to 8 weeks between the treatments. After the treatment swelling, bruises and minor discomfort are possible. The results of this method are sometimes comparable to liposuction results. Usually 2 to 4 days are needed to recover.