BELLEVUE, Wash., June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Sono Bello, one of America's fastest-growingbody contouring specialists, has announced it will begin releasing the results from a series of internal studies on laser-assisted liposuction.
Encompassing over 1,000 laser-assisted liposuction procedures, the study will provide insight into
"Our singular focus on body contouring, a standardized treatment methodology, and our exceptional patient results give us a perspective few in the industry have," said Tom Garrison, MD, Sono Bello's chief medical officer. "We have gone to great lengths to improve the patient experience and provide, as many perceive it, life changing results. Our growth as a medical practice has not come without challenges, as the previously available information and studies about this amazing procedure are in some cases conflicting and at times set incorrect expectations. In order to manage the patient experience and set appropriate expectations for our patients about this procedure we focus on patient education through all steps of patient interaction. In order to do this effectively and provide the rest of the medical community sound, data based information, we have been polling our patients on numerous aspects of their experience. The results have been enlightening and demonstrate that some of the information about liposuction posted online does not give an accurate picture of reality."
With eight locations in six states and more in the planning stages, Sono Bello employs over 22 board certified surgeons who specialize in the latest, most advanced liposuction procedures. With over 5,000 surgical cases to date, Sono Bello is a medical practice that exclusively performs laser-assisted liposuction procedures and VelaShape™ treatments. For more information on Sono Bello's body contouring techniques, visit www.sonobello.com.
SOURCE Sono Bello
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