1) How do I know when I am overweight?
Overweight is defined as having more body fat than is optimally healthy. This often occurs where food supplies are plentiful and lifestyles are sedentary. It can also be defined as Body Mass Index (BMI) of 25 or more. BMI is calculated be measuring one’s weight taking into account of their height. The formula is calculated as Weight / (Height in cm)2.
2) How does radiofrequency help in reducing the fat?
Radiofrequency delivers energy to deep layer of fat by driving controlled heat within the fat cells and subsequently melting the excess, unwanted fat contents. The dissolved fat is removed by our body via lymphatic system. The heating also stimulates collagen remodeling for a tighter and smoother skin. In IDO’S Clinic, we combine the use of both Monopolar and Bi-polar Radiofrequency to help you achieve the sexy curvy shape you long hope for.
3) Are there any other non-surgical treatment options?
Other non-surgical treatments include mesolipolysis, a customized formula that break down the fat contents and inhibit the cells from storing fat. With this option, the clinician can approach deep-seated fat cells safely and effectively. Other options include oral medication that can reduce absorption of fat in the guts or medication that suppress the appetite. we also provide topical lotion in our MEDKARE series to maintain a toned and smooth skin. You should consult our doctors to find out the most appropriate options for yourself.
4) Do I need to restrict my diet during the treatment?
In IDO’S Clinic, “restriction of diet” is not the correct term to be used! Our doctors will calculate your basal metabolic rate to determine your daily requirement of calories. A customized treatment regime will be constructed for you. Our doctor will also advise you on the proper amount of calories you need for a healthy and relaxing way of loosing weight.
5) How fast can I see the results?
If you can follow the advice given by the doctor, you can expect to see the results as fast as 1 month. However, this will vary based on the severity of condition and body type.