Safe, Effective, and Minimally Invasive
Fotona's laser lipolysis procedure does not require the use of a general anesthetic. A very fine laser fiber is inserted into the treatment area, where the laser light causes swelling and rupture of adipocytes. When the fat is melted, it can either be absorbed by the body or removed by the cphysician. Simultaneously, the laser also tightens the surrounding skin to prevent it from sagging after the removal of unwanted fat. In fact, the same laser can be used for skin tightening, tone and textural improvements elsewhere on the body.
How Does It Work?
The Nd:YAG laser is administered through a very ne optical ber in a canula which is inserted through a small incision into the to-be-treated area. While melting the fatty tissue the Nd:YAG laser also tightens the surrounding skin, preventing it from sagging after the fatty deposits have been removed. The controlled heating effect of the laser provokes new collagen and elastin formation within the skin. Shrinking is more pronounced and the skin is much smoother than after classical liposuction.
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ADVANTAGES OF LASER LIPOLYSIS COMPARED TO LIPOSUCTION
Laser lipolysis is less invasive than classical liposuction because only a 1-2 mm incision is required to insert the canula with a laser ber and there is usually no need for general anesthesia. The fatty tissue removal process requires less external force and exertion compared to the standard liposuction. Thermally induced coagulation minimizes bleeding and trauma, as well as post-treatment bruising and swelling. Patients can thus expect shorter recovery times and a reduced need for compressive garments, while they can get back to their daily activities virtually immediately after the procedure. Complementary optimal skin tightening effects add to high patient acceptance and shortened recovery times.