What Is Laser Liposuction?

Laser liposuction is an advanced procedure for removing small, localized, unwanted body fat in healthy, non overweight people who have been unsuccessful in removing the fat with normal exercise. The procedure is performed using a laser that quickly decimates fat tissue and further tightens the surrounding skin. To begin the procedure, the target fat tissue is lined out and an anesthetic is applied to the area. The pen held laser is the turned on close to the skin, which breaks up the fat cells. The fat cells then begin to melt, releasing a a fluid that is drained by the lymphatics of the body’s system. This procedure produces less bleeding and swelling in the patient because the laser makes the smaller blood vessels in the body coagulate upon contact with the beam. Collagen in the skin is affected similarly, which results in the tightening and shrinking the the skin tissue. Each session of laser liposuction takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes and can dissolve as much as 3500 mls of fat deposits. Areas such as the chin, hips, inner and outer thighs, waist, pubic mound, face, arms, buttocks, neck, and male breasts, are the key target areas for sufficient treatment for laser liposuction.
This procedure is semi -permanent, producing lasting results for patients who continue daily exercise and diet following the procedure. If the person gains weight again, the fat will return to the treated areas.
Laser liposuction is virtually pain free and generally only produces minimal bruising in patients. Most bruising and swelling retreats within 2 to 3 days, while the patient can perform normal daily activities within 24 hours.

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