Tickle Lipo: A Fat Reduction and Body Sculpting Option
Dr. Brian Reagan, board-certified plastic surgeon explains how anesthesia is used during Tickle Lipo, a body contouring procedure also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction (NIL) and Nutational Custom Acoustic Liposuction (CAL).
“Tickle Lipo does not require any intravenous medications. Patients will take either a Valium or Percocet prior to undergoing the procedure. The Tickle Lipo allows me to place the tumescent fluid with no pain easing the fat-removal process,” explains Dr. Reagan.
Tickle Lipo is invasive because of the way body fat is removed; however it is less invasive compared to traditional liposuction. There is little to no discomfort and minimal downtime.
“My patients want immediate results; they don’t want to have to come back for numerous sessions in order to achieve the desired results,” explains Dr. Reagan.