BodyTite is an innovative body contouring procedure that is based on radio frequency (RF) technology to reduce fat pockets and tighten loose skin without involving traditional liposuction plastic surgery.

During the initial consultation, the surgeon will discuss various aspects of BodyTite, including its estimated costs. The goal is to help the patient make an informed decision.

Modern Body Contouring & Laser Center (MBody), led by committed, sagacious, and board certified plastic surgeons, provides BodyTite to patients in Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Vienna, McLean, Loudoun, Ashburn, Tysons Corner, Reston, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and other towns and suburbs in this area of the country.


Factors Affecting the Monetary Amount

Geographical factors will influence the sticker price of any invasive or non-invasive aesthetic procedure, including BodyTite. The average cost of living in main metropolitan areas and prime urban centers is typically higher as compared to smaller towns in the interior regions. This difference in living costs can reflect in the prices of all types of goods and services, including cosmetic procedures.  

While BodyTite is a minimally invasive lipolysis procedure, it must only be performed only by a skilled and trained provider, who is preferably a board certified plastic surgeon. These surgeons typically invest in latest technology, provide personalized care, and follow current safety protocols to deliver desirable and safe outcomes in every procedure.  

In some cases, the surgeon may recommend BodyTite treatment in combination with another non-invasive or invasive procedure, depending on the patient’s personal cosmetic goals. The cost will vary accordingly as per the treatment plan finalized in consultation with the patient.


Sticker Price Comparison with Traditional Liposuction

A traditional liposuction surgery may cost higher than BodyTite treatment because the procedure will be performed at a surgical facility, which will involve additional costs. BodyTite treatment, on the other hand, can be performed as an in-office procedure. The monetary amount of general anesthesia and sedation are also avoided as BodyTite will only require a local anesthetic application.

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