Houma, Louisiana (985) 223-2602




Body Titeā„¢ is a new sophisticated technology that will revolutionize facial and body contouring by achieving surgical results without the scars or the extended recovery time. It accomplishes these significant, long-lasting results in a single procedure utilizing radio-frequency assisted lipolysis (RFAL) which melts the fat and unparalleled contraction of the dermis and underlying connective tissue. Dr. Mark Peters is pleased to be the first physician in the state of Louisiana to provide this game changing procedure.

Now, patients in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and tri-parish area have an option other than non-invasive treatment systems (such as Coolsculpting, Exilis, and Sculpsure) which produce limited results or excisional surgery (such as a tummy tuck or arm lift) which leaves visible scars and requires a longer downtime. The answer for many patients will be found using the Body Tite system which provides a safe and minimally invasive procedure.


Body Tite is ideal for those who are looking to remove localized excess fat and tighten or lift the skin to avoid loose and saggy skin. Any area on the body can be treated including abdomen, neck, arms, inner thighs, outer thighs, knees, back, bra roll, hips, flanks, and buttocks. This minimally invasive procedure is performed under local anesthesia with or without oral sedation (such as Valium).The wand used to perform RFAL has a thin plastic probe which is inserted into the tissues and a second probe which sits on top of

The wand used to perform RFAL has a thin plastic probe which is inserted into the tissues and a second probe which sits on top of skin. When the wand is activated, energy from the internal probe melts the fat and heats the tissues between the two probes. The machine will display the temperature of the tissues both inside and outside which allow the plastic surgeon to apply the heat effectively and safely. When the target temperature is reached, the connective tissue and dermis contract. The liquefied fat can then be easily removed using a traditional liposuction cannula.


With less trauma to the tissues, Body Tite results in less bruising, less swelling, and less pain during your recovery. The expected downtime is 1-2 days depending on the number of areas treated and location of treated area. As with traditional liposuction, a compression garment is worn for 3-4 weeks. While results of the Body Tite procedure can be appreciated immediately, the best results are noticeable after 12 weeks. The most remarkable findings, however, have been the degree of skin contraction (35-40% in clinical studies) and continued improvement of skin quality and contour in the 12 months following a single Body Tite treatment.


The most important aspect of this RFAL technology is its safety resulting from built-in safeguards such as real time internal and external temperature monitoring, automatic cut-off temperature levels, and selective use by properly trained plastic surgeons. The Body Tite system was approved by the FDA in November 2016, however, the radio frequency technology has been used in aesthetics for over 20 years. Prior to its approval in the United States, the Inmode company, which introduced the Body Tite, fine-tuned the apparatus during its use in Canada, Europe, and South America since 2011.



30 year old

3 children

7 weeks after Body Tite of the abdomen

Before (Preop) / After (Postop)

52 year old

Face Tite of neck.

Before (Preop) / After (Postop)

Before and After Abdomen

30 year old female

5′ 4″ 130 lbs

3 children

Before (Preop)

After (Postop)

Before and After Abdomen and Flank

52 year old female

5’3″ 160 lbs

Postop pictures are 6 weeks after the Body Tite procedure to the abdomen and flanks

I had recommended she has a tummy tuck but was not medically cleared by her doctor. She wanted to proceed with the Body Tite.

Before (Preop)

After (Postop)

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