Minor liposuction & Fat/Stem cell grafting:
What is laser liposuction?
Laser liposuction is a laser lipolysis procedure that uses laser technologies for liposuction and body sculpting. Laser liposuction is becoming increasingly popular as a minimally invasive surgical procedure to improve body contouring that far outperforms traditional liposuction in terms of safety and aesthetic results, in part due to its ability to stimulate collagen production along with the tightening of the skin in the treated areas of the body.
How does laser liposuction work?
Laser liposuction uses medical-grade lasers to create a beam of light, powerful enough to break down fat cells and then melt away the fat without traumatizing surrounding blood vessels, nerves, and other soft tissue.
As a form of laser liposuction, the principle behind laser liposuction is to melt fat through the use of thermal and photomechanical effects. The laser probe works at different wavelengths (depending on the Smartlipo machine). The combination of wavelengths is the key to liquefying fat cells, aiding in coagulation and promoting subsequent skin tightening. Bruising and destruction of blood vessels are minimized
Advantages of laser lipolysis
Most effective laser lipolysis
Promotes tissue coagulation, resulting in tissue hardening
Less recovery times less swelling
Get back to work faster
Body areas that can be treated with laser lipolysis
Another great advantage of laser lipolysis is the fact that it can be used to treat a wide variety of areas of the body. As a result, many patients are seeking smart liposuction facials, including chin liposuction, a procedure that would not be possible without laser technologies. Chin surgeries are too delicate for traditional liposuction techniques, but not for laser liposuction. Double chin problems can be easily treated with this technology!
Laser liposuction reviews regularly praise the use of this technology to treat areas of the body such as the upper arms. Smart arm liposuction is popular because arms often have a lot of sagging, loose skin that responds well to laser wavelengths that stimulate collagen production and increased elasticity in skin tissues. Male breast liposuction is another commonly targeted area that laser lipolysis can treat effectively, but there are many others as well, such as the abdominals.
Recovery from laser liposuction is also less painful than recovery from traditional liposuction because laser technologies make the procedure less traumatic to surrounding soft tissues, such as blood vessels and skin. As a result, the recovery period is shorter and the pain after liposuction is greatly reduced. Additionally, patients will experience less bruising and swelling due to their laser liposuction treatment and will also be able to return to work faster.
Areas commonly treated:
Abdomen (tummy, stomach area)
Inner thigh outer thigh knee and legs Arms
Recovering from a laser liposuction procedure
Recovery from laser liposuction is easier than recovery from traditional liposuction because this procedure causes less trauma to surrounding tissues. Laser lipo causes the blood in nearby vessels to clot, resulting in less bruising and swelling. And it is easier to remove fat that has been liquefied, which means that the dermatologist can be more gentle with the body during the removal process. A gentle touch means less pain.
And furthermore, the results of laser liposuction tend to be much more natural looking than what is possible through traditional liposuction.
During recovery, it is important that you follow your doctor's instructions exactly.