The use of the laser during liposuction offers advantages. It heats the body fat, which liquefies and facilitates the aspiration. Furthermore, the use of the laser allows a retensioning of the skin in the treated areas (like a laser smoothing), those who benefit greatly the skin of elderly people of more than forty years which the elasticity is not as effective as that of young patients.
Does Lipo Laser Surgery Work?
While your appearance will be altered initially, cosmetic surgery is not an alternative to maintaining a healthy diet and exercising.
It is important to be aware that while lipo laser may be able to change the shape of your body, it cannot address lifestyle issues. In addition it will not reduce the appearance of cellulite or stretch marks. As with all surgical procedures, there are also several risks and complications involved, including infection, blood clots, and scarring.
It is far better to make long term lifestyle changes and lose weight though eating less and moving more.
What Are the Advantages & Disadvantages of Laser Lipo over Ordinary Liposuction?
- Available privately, you don’t have to wait long.
- Reduced bruising
- Quicker recovery
- Risk of Burns
- Allergic reaction to medications or material used during surgery
- Damage to the skin and surrounding tissues
- Skin necrosis (dead skin)
- Fluid imbalance
Following the laser liposuction
Bruises much less than during a classic liposuction and faster to recover are the major assets of using laser. Moreover the final results of the intervention can be observed after only a week.