LASER LIPOLYSIS

Who can have a laser lipolysis operation?

Particularly those who have fat accumulation and cellulitis problems in their legs, abdomens and buttocks after childbirth.

Laser Lipolysis is a procedure that targets only the subcutaneous adipose tissues with certain frequencies and wavelengths, and melts the fat tissue with the help of fine and elastic cannulae. It is used to tighten the loose skin in certain regions such as the abdomen, hip region, and waist area, with intent to eliminate regional fat accumulation and contour the body. The greatest advantage of laser lipolysis systems is to rapidly tighten the skin. It is advantageous particularly in regions with limited fat accumulation, where skin looseness is a problem, such as the inner part of the legs and the neck.

Laser Lipolysis is also used for the treatment of hyperhidrosis and cellulite, besides the treatment of certain areas such as the face, neck, jowl, inner parts of the arms and legs, and the abdomen.

What is the difference of laser lipolysis from liposuction?

It is adequate to wear a corset for a period of 5 days after laser lipolysis procedure. If the application is repeated in the same region, the second session is also experienced comfortably.

What are experienced after laser lipolysis?

- A short-term mild edema may be observed after the procedure.
- Patients are usually discharged on the same day after the procedure that takes 45 to 180 minutes on average, depending on the number of the application areas.
- Patients can move, walk, and resume their daily activities after the surgery.
- After 5-7 days, the first checks are performed and then the patient stops wearing the corset.

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