Are lumps a common side effect of LipoDissolve?

I am interested in this procedure but I have heard that lumps under the skin sometimes occur after treatment. Is this true, and is there anything that can be done to reverse them if it happens to me?

Answers from doctors (1)


Rejuve

Published on Feb 17, 2010

Lumps are not uncommon. I would say that on average about 10-20% of patients will get lumps. These are pockets of swollen fat that have yet to be broken. They usually only last several weeks and then they disappear. I have never had a lump that was permanent. (I have done over 5000 procedures).

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Answered by Rejuve

Lumps are not uncommon. I would say that on average about 10-20% of patients will get lumps. These are pockets of swollen fat that have yet to be broken. They usually only last several weeks and then they disappear. I have never had a lump that was permanent. (I have done over 5000 procedures).

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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