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Vibro-Liposuction, also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction, is an FDA approved device and is a proven, img-urogynecology-21reliable system which SAFELY allows for precise, high volume de-bulking in all body areas. In Vibro-liposuction, the fat cells are first broken down or emulsified by vibratory movements of the cannula and the fat emulsion is then gently aspirated with finer instruments for more accurate fat removal and body sculpting.

Benefits of Vibro Liposuction:

  • Minimally invasive
  • In-office procedure
  • Less painful than other techniques
  • Higher volume of fat can be removed
  • More rapid recovery
  • Smoother aspect of skin with less bumps and bruises

The Lipomatic Vibroliposuction used by Dr. Hantes also has an in-built security system that locks the cannula as it comes into contact with underlying muscles or the overlying skin. This is not only a safeguard against penetrating injuries but also allows fine sculpting by reducing skin surface irregularities.



Risks and recovery time are virtually eliminated and most patients return to their normal routine within 48 hours of their procedure. The advantages to the patient include: less swelling, less bruising, quicker recovery time and smoother skin. In the United States, Vibro Liposuction is also known as Custom Acoustic Liposuction (CAL).

Dr. Hantes has trained with physicians who pioneered the Tumescent Liposuction technique and has been thoroughly trained to provide this particular form of liposuction as an in-office procedure. In order for a patient to achieve their optimal goals, Dr. Hantes will spend time with each potential patient and ascertain his/her physicality, genetic makeup and self-image.

Vibro-liposuction is the most advanced method of fat removal and can rightly be described as the Rolls-Royce of liposuction


Meet Dr. Hantes

dr-jeffrey1Dr. Hantes has years of experience working in the fields of gynecology and urogynecology. He attended medical school and completed his residency at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, where he also served as a professor for five years. Residents were able to work with underprivileged and high-risk patients, treating difficult and complex cases.

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