Laser-Based Body Sculpting

Laserbased body sculpting

Laser body sculpting is a safe and effective way to get rid of stubborn fat in your arms, stomach, back and thighs. Unlike traditional liposuction procedures, this procedure is noninvasive and does not require surgery or extensive downtime – not only that, it is much less expensive! Candidates for laser liposuction should be healthy nearing their ideal weight who wish to contour specific parts of their bodies; others with large areas of excess body fat may require alternative surgical or nonsurgical approaches instead.

How Does Laser Energy Work? Laser energy penetrates skin and heats fat cells. Once these reach their targeted temperature, they shrink and die; these dead cells are then cleared out by lymphatic drainage systems. Your genetic make-up determines which fat cells can grow; eliminating unwanted ones with laser treatments may help you reach your ideal shape more quickly.

Fat cell reduction treatments may be combined with other body sculpting techniques for more comprehensive results. Sculpsure(tm), for example, can be combined with cool treatments like CoolSculpting to effectively destroy fat and tighten skin simultaneously. Laser energy may even stimulate new collagen production to further improve tightness and texture of skin tightness and tightenness.

Liposuction is one of the most frequently performed forms of body sculpting. A doctor applies local anesthetic before making a small incision on your skin, then uses a tube to suction out any liquefied fat cells before closing up the incision and closing up its incision afterwards. Following surgery, they may advise taking it easy so your body can heal properly.

Other forms of body sculpting include cryolipolysis, which involves freezing fat cells (for example, CoolSculpting(tm)), injection lipolysis utilizing deoxycholic acid injections to kill fat cells (Zerona(tm), radiofrequency and ultrasound-based treatments such as Emsculpt Neo). While these nonsurgical techniques reduce the appearance of excess fat they do not remove it entirely or serve as weight loss solutions.

Lifts and tucks offer surgical options that can remove excess fat while tightening sagging or loose skin that occurs with age. Though more invasive, lifts and tucks often offer immediate and dramatic results over nonsurgical options; however they carry risks that include asymmetry, infection and damage to nerves, blood vessels or muscles that need healing time afterward.