Liposuction is a treatment used for a very long time, a method applied via suction of the fat cells to contour and shape the body by removing excesses. This is a very successful method in plastic surgery.
Classical liposuction depends greatly to the abilities of the surgeon, and most common complaints post operations have been uneveness, excessive bruising, long recuparation time required. Some areas such as the back, under the chin, and the face are areas where classic liposuction is difficult to apply to. Repeat applications to the same are are even more so.
Today, laser assisted liposuction, with the new developments in laser has increased the success level drastically. There are many advantages to laser liposuction. To name a few, there is virtually no internal bleeding and fat cell walls are damaged to liquidify the fat in order to release them. In addition, nerves and veins around the fat cells are not affected.
The liquidified and released fat is removed, very similar to concentrated milk. Furthermore, fats in the face and neck area do not require removal, these self distroy with the assistance of lenfatic, which enables recuparation without sagging or misshapes of the contour. Very minimal or no brusing occurs, healing is extremely fast, and there is no aches during this time. It is applied with local anesthesia and does not affect the patient’s daily life.
It can be applied to all facial and bodily areas. With men, it is applied togynocomasty enlargement of the chest, and with women, applied to previously difficult areas such as the back, shoulders, arms and face. After laser assisted liposuction, once the fat cells vanish, as the skin colleagen is heated, the skin recuperates easily, adepts to its fatless new surface and does not sag.
Technological plastic surgery with laser liposuction or laser lipolysis, meaning the breaking of the fat cells is very safe and approved by the FDA in the United States.