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Published on: 09 Jan 2017 by brookespenc88
What is involved in a Laser Lipo?
Laser lipo surgery is a variation of the traditional liposuction which uses low wave laser energy in order to liquefy the fat and to remove it through a thin tube known as cannula. This technique makes it easy to remove the fat while it leads to a less aggressive procedure and a faster recovery. Laser lipo is not intended to reduce weight, but rather to reduce stubborn fat which is resistant to exercising and dieting.
There are two methods of laser liposuction. With the first technique, the laser is first used on the deep fat in order to break up the fat cells which allow fatty oil to leak out and to disrupt cells for further removal. The deep layer also contains small blood vessels that the laser coagulates leading to low level of bruising after the operation. The laser will then be used on the superficial layer under the skin in order to heat the skin cells and to stimulate them so that they can produce elastin and collagen while enhancing skin quality in the post treatment period. The final step is to remove the cell fragment with the oils to get to the final reduction of the contour.
The second technique requires 2 steps when it comes to removal of the oils and the cell fragments. These components are then absorbed by your body. This is a technique of laser guided liposuction which is only used on a surface with thin fat like on the neck, the face, or where there is a need of skin tightening only.
There are many appearance benefits of using liposuction, such as to treat back rolls, male breasts, excess fat on face, neck, arms, knees, thighs and abdominal fat.