Am I a Candidate for SlimLipo?

SlimLipo™ is a truly revolutionary addition to the liposuction procedure, and there is no doctor in the San Antonio area more experienced in its use than Dr. Kimberly Finder. Having performed more than 6,000 tumescent liposuction procedures since she began in 1995, Dr. Finder at The Face & Body Place is the one other cosmetic surgeons turn to for knowledge and expertise in the field of cosmetic contour and body reshaping.

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What is the SlimLipo™ Difference?

There have been laser-assisted liposuction advancements before, but none of them target fat cells specifically the way SlimLipo™ does. The “SLIM” in SlimLipo™ is an acronym for Selective Laser Induced Melting, which aims at fat cells to literally melt them away. The 924 nm energy delivered by the SlimLipo™ laser liquefies unwanted fat, which is then safely suctioned out of the body during tumescent liposuction. The added benefit of the SlimLipo™ laser in conjunction with tumescent liposuction, which is already gentler and easier than more traditional methods of liposuction, means the procedure is as minimally traumatic as possible. There is less bruising, less swelling and inflamed tissue, and recovery time is significantly shorter and easier to tolerate.

SlimLipo™ also delivers a second wavelength of light, at 975 nm, which is very well absorbed by the water in skin tissues. This ensures the skin tightens as fat is suctioned out, leaving behind a more appealing, better contoured, and smoother silhouette that patients love. Dr. Finder is able to more precisely target and remove unwanted fat for more control over the sculpting process than any other laser-assisted liposuction procedure available today.

Am I a Good Candidate?

If you have unwanted fat, have areas that have resisted diet and exercise efforts, or are interested in shaping your body in a way that weight lifting or other exercises can’t achieve, then you are a good candidate for SlimLipo™. While liposuction is not intended as a weight loss method or a treatment for obesity, it’s ideal for people seeking sleeker body lines they can’t get through more traditional, non-surgical methods.

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Why Dr. Kimberly Finder?

Dr. Finder was one of the first cosmetic surgeons in the country to adopt the tumescent liposuction procedure. The use of fluid is common in all liposuction procedures to prepare fat for removal through a small cannula. With tumescent liposuction, that fluid contains anesthesia, which negates the need for general or IV anesthetic, and is much safer for the patient. Dr. Finder is the only cosmetic liposuction specialist in the San Antonio area to use the SlimLipo™ laser, and was one of the first surgeons in the US to use SlimLipo™. She has been invited by the SlimLipo™ manufacturer, Palomar, to educate other physicians in this technology.

Because Dr. Finder performs the surgery in a procedure room specifically designed and equipped, patients get the greatest possible results from their liposuction procedure for a fraction of the cost of other, less experienced surgeons in the area. Financing options are also available.

There is no place better to choose for tumescent liposuction with the SlimLipo™ laser than The Face & Body Place and the skill of Dr. Kimberly Finder. They are the experts other doctors look to for guidance and education in the latest treatments and practices surrounding liposuction today.

My appointment was last Friday with Lori. She was amazing. I appreciate all the information from her and Dr. Finder, all the attentiveness, and caring attitude. Looking forward to my next visit. 


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Take the Next Step – Request A Consultation

To schedule your in-person SlimLipo™ liposuction consultation, call Dr. Kimberly Finder at The Face & Body Place at (210) 879-4809. We look forward to hearing from you!

By |2019-06-13T06:38:24-08:00June 19th, 2019|SlimLipo|0 Comments
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