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The laser liposuction treatments will result in liquefaction of fats. The fats are liquefied during laser liposuction and it is then drained through lymph drainage. Its effectiveness is dependent on the proper functioning of your lymphatic system. Lymphatic system is responsible for removing wastes from the body.
Liposuction sessions depends on the number of the areas that do you want to be treated. In most cases it requires usually 2 3 times before you can have your expected result. Since the fat removal is not permanent, it is only semi permanent;you will need to see your doctor again for touch ups. But it can be permanent if you will continue to exercise and watch your diet.
Laser liposuction can remove as much as 3500ml at a single session. It is excellent in removing localized fats. With the use of laser, it can rapidly dissolve fats and it can tighten almost all skin surrounding anywhere in the body. It is convenient to use because it is done in the clinic and there is no need to use general anesthesia.
A Registered cosmetic surgeon is the only authorized person to perform liposuction. Since liposuction is a risky procedure, it should be only done by a person with a full knowledge of the procedures. It can be life threatening for the patient if liposuction is done by a person without any knowledge or not registered to do it.
It completely depends upon the numbers of areas you are treating
After laser liposuction you will need to wear a compression garment for two weeks. The first week it will need to be worn all day, 24 hours a day, and the second week it will only need to be worn during the day. You will be bruised and swollen for a few days. Each person recovers differently from this. It is also worth pointing out that for the first 24 hours you will experience some leakage from the incision points but this is completely normal.
No, this is not suitable for anyone. For laser liposuction to be effective you ideally need to be within two stone of your ideal weight. It is not a procedure to lose weight but helps shape the body and works best on smaller stubborn areas of localised fat. If you are thinking of having this procedure you should also have a healthy BMI (Body Mass Index).
Laser liposuction is a method of fat removal that uses a laser to help melt the fat under the skin. It is very similar to traditional liposuction in the fact that fat is broken down and then suctioned out of the body but the laser makes the process a lot easier and is also said to encourage skin tightening so it gives a firmer looking result. It is also known to have faster healing and recovery times as a local anaesthetic is used as opposed to general.
Laser liposuction is a more modern technique that uses a laser to help melt the fat, making it easier to be removed from the body. It is a delicate technique and can only be performed on smaller areas of stubborn fat and only a couple of areas can be treated at one time. The fat is removed from the body using suction, just like it is with traditional liposuction. The main difference between the two types is the laser and the fact that laser liposuction is performed under a local anaesthetic while with traditional liposuction you need to have a general anaesthetic. The recovery periods are also quite different, as it does take longer to recover from traditional liposuction.