For those seeking trimmer bodies with minimal effort, liposuction is one of the most popular fast-fixes. But like anything that seems too good to be true, the fat-reduction procedure comes with a few drawbacks, especially if your skin can’t take up the slack. Pockets of sagging skin may defeat the purpose of using cosmetic surgery to bust hard-to-reach fat.
- Makes the body slenderer and the figure more beautiful
- Effectively reduces cellulite problems
- Cleanses the body of waste substances and repairs blood and lymphatic circulation
- Makes the skin smoother, more elastic, softer and revitalises dry skin
- Reduces muscular and joint pains
A Minimally-Invasive Procedure
Laser liposuction is much less invasive from traditional liposuction. The traditional liposuction procedure involves large tubes meant to suck out and remove fat from various areas of the body. These tubes reach throughout the areas of fat and around the body, which can cause more pain and bruising. With laser liposuction, however, the procedure requires only a small incision for the laser cannula to reach the fat. This laser liquefies and sucks out the fat cells, but it also encourages coagulation to control bleeding. These traits and more make laser liposuction a great minimally-invasive procedure to choose when conducting body sculpting.
A Quick Treatment and Recovery
Due to the minimally-invasive nature of laser liposuction, patients will have a quicker treatment time and experience a faster recovery. Laser procedures can often be done during a lunch hour or before a long weekend, with a minimal amount of discomfort or pain. Patients can then return to their normal lives within a matter of hours and days. This allows more time to see a higher volume of patients in your practice without compromising the quality of care.
A More Sculpted Appearance
With traditional liposuction, patients often have sagging skin leftover from where the fat was removed. By using laser liposuction, these patients will have tighter skin and more sculpted treatment areas. The laser helps stimulate collagen production and tissue coagulation, which both result in a tighter and sculpted appearance.