Basil Pakeman, M.D., F.R.C.S. 240 East 64th Street New York, NY
Dr. John Bergeron, MD 1961 West TC Jester #102 Houston, TX
Arnold S. Breitbart, M.D., F.A.C.S. 1155 Northern Boulevard, Suite #110 Manhasset, NY
Dr. Joel Beck 1241 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Suite 190 Foster City, CA
Dr. Scott Gulinson Thunderbird Medical Plaza III: 5310 West Thunderbird Rd, Suite 308 Glendale, AZ
Louis Cole, M.D. 3965 Holcomb Bridge Rd NW, Ste 100 (Spalding Exchange Office Park) Norcross, GA
Jafer Joffrey, MD 601 N. Martingale Road, Suite 155, Schaumburg, IL
(847) 995 9000
Alexander J. Covey M.D., F.A.A.C.S. 445 Main Street Center Moriches, NY
1 (800) 403-7268
Cosmetic surgery has evolved drastically over the years, particularly with the advent of more-advanced techniques and state-of-the-art equipment. The field of liposuction is no exception as it has also seen significant technological breakthroughs in recent years, all with the common goal of making the removal of excess fat less painful and a lot easier. The most recent innovation in this field is laser liposuction, also known as 'laser device' and 'laser lipolysis.' It is a truly remarkable technique that has been helping people across the globe to slim down and zap undesirable fat in areas of the body that are resistant to diet and exercise. More importantly, laser liposuction has been given the approval of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
What is Laser Liposuction?
Laser liposuction is a non-invasive liposculpture technique used for removing pesky pockets of fat such as the love handles, saddlebags, double chin and those at the back of the thighs. It effectively trims down areas that are unresponsive to weight loss gimmicks and does it with less side-effects than traditional liposuction. The concept is quite simple, the plastic surgeon uses a laser and cannula to heat, melt and remove unwanted fat in the targeted areas. The laser also spurs the formation of collagen which is the primary structural protein found in the skin. Collagen production tends to decline with age so laser lipo also helps assists in skin regeneration in the treated area. The end result is a slimmer, smoother and tighter body contour.
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The procedure has been dubbed as 'lunchtime treatment' as it is usually performed on an outpatient setting under local and/or tumescent anesthesia, depending on the volume of fat that needs to be removed. Laser liposuction was originally introduced in 2007 with SmartLipo. Over the next couple of years it has been joined by other players such as SlimLipo, CoolLipo, LipoTherme and ProLipo Plus, just to name a few.
LaserLipoGuide.com is your most valuable and comprehensive laser liposuction resource on the web. If you are considering having the procedure but want to learn more about your options, our guide will:
- Describe the different laser lipo techniques
- Identify good candidates for the procedure
- Explain potential side effects and complications
- Compare and clarify how laser lipo differs from other "non-laser" liposuction techniques
- Discuss the cost of each technique, including the fees involved (i.e. surgeon, anesthesia, facility, etc)
- Show before-and-after pictures so you can see actual results
- Help you find a qualified and experienced medical practitioner
- Provide tips and guidelines before and after the procedure