Co-Inventor of HydraSolve™ Reveals All About the Liposuction Alternative
Dr. Christopher Godek, a co-inventor of the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System, details advantages the revolutionary fat reduction technique has over popular alternatives.
Toms River, NJ — “Approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), HydraSolve™ is a saline water-based technology designed to liquefy and extract fat from the body in a gentler manner than traditional liposuction and other surgical fat removal techniques,” states a recent blog post on the website of New Jersey plastic surgeon Christopher Godek, MD. According to the entry – titled, Benefits of Fat Reduction with HydraSolve™ – Dr. Godek is one of the inventors and patent holders of the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System, which pulsates heated water from the side of a rounded cannula to dissolve fat cells.
Some key benefits of the innovative fat reduction technique highlighted in the blog post include:
- A smaller tissue extraction incision
- A greater degree of treatment accuracy and fat cell selection
- Less harm induced upon peripheral tissues, blood vessels, and nerves
- A potential reduction in downtime, discomfort, swelling, and bruising
- Its ability to be used for fat removal on several areas of the body
- Its FDA approval for fat harvesting prior to fat transfer
As referenced in HydraSolve™ Vs. Traditional, Ultrasonic, & Body-Jet Liposuction – another recent blog post on Dr. Godek’s site – HydraSolve™ has a number of distinctions when compared to other liposuction variations, each with its own advantage:
- The cannula used for traditional liposuction has sharp edges intended to break up fat cells, while the HydraSolve™ cannula has dull, rounded edges intended to minimize trauma to surrounding tissues.
- Random ultrasound energy waves sometimes emitted by ultrasonic liposuction techniques can potentially affect nearby tissues. For HydraSolve™, water pressure and temperature can both be controlled to selectively target only fat cells.
- Water used for body-jet liposuction procedures is unheated and projected from the tip of the cannula, whereas water used for HydraSolve™ is heated and pulsed from the side of the cannula. Due to its inability to liquefy the fat, the former technique requires a sharp cannula to remove fat, while the latter does not.
Ultimately, Dr. Godek’s blog post concedes all four liposuction techniques can be effective; however, he maintains the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System is “the most selective and most gentle way of performing liposuction.”
About Christopher Godek, MD, FACS
Dr. Godek is a board-certified plastic surgeon and co-inventor of the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System. After graduating from Syracuse University, he earned his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and went on to complete his Plastic Surgery Residency at the University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Godek is available for interview upon request.
For more information about Dr. Godek and the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System, visit personalenhancementcenter.com, plus.google.com/107401444855994139921/about, and facebook.com/personalenhancementcenter.
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