Lipolysis is a simple method of reducing excess fat deposits from targeted areas of the body. It is not a weight loss tool, but used to assist with difficult areas where fat has built up, such as double chins, around the waist and abdomen, thighs, arms, knees and ankles.
The affected area is treated with a laser to ‘melt’ the fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body. The laser enters the body through a tiny keyhole incision. Therefore this is classed as a minor surgical procedure, although it is a minimally invasive form of surgery that is performed via local anaesthetic. The treatment usually lasts up to two hours.
Following the treatment your skin should feel tighter, and excess skin will gradually reduce as your body adjusts to the reduction in fatty tissue.
Due to the ease and effectiveness of lipolysis it is proving to be highly successful among people who want to get rid of excess body fat.
Advantages of Laser Lipoysis
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Visible results
- Reduction of loose skin
- Day time treatment
Who should not go for Laser Lipolysis?
Patients who suffer from auto-immune, diabetes, blood or kidney disorders and pregnant women are advised against treatment. Patients with chronic heart and lung diseases should consult with their doctor initially.
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