The lipolaser is a surgical technique in aesthetic medicine consisting in removing the treated fat. This technique is minimally invasive and is characterized in that it is able to tighten skin areas that have been worked.
Lipolaser: process technology The treatment process comprises several phases lipolaser.
The treatment process comprises several phases lipolaser.
- Phase 1. anesthesia is introduced by solving Klein and making minimal cuts (2mm) in the patient's skin. After entering the anesthesia, the optical fiber is inserted.
- Phase 2. Via the fiber optic laser diode and refined technique is carried out a "sweep" of the areas you wish to drop .This step is essential to thoroughly perform and we are doing that adipocytes are broken and must be in a uniform manner to the results are aesthetically perfect.
- phase 3. The last phase is known as removal of debris. At this stage the swelling from anesthesia is removed. fat liquefaction made by the laser diode by extraction cannula is also removed, which promotes recovery.
If there is sagging, the fiber is placed in a level just under the skin and less power. This creates an inner skin stimulation, the consequences will be a stimulation of collagen fibers. For that reason, it gives a clear improvement in the elasticity of the skin that causes a significant improvement in sagging.
After performing liposuction by lipolaser, a strip of basic acupressure is placed to prevent further edema.
Advantages of lipolaser
The main advantages of the lipolaser are:
- Smaller incisions
- Fewer edema and purple
- Faster recovery
This technique was introduced in 2002 by Dr.. Heredia and Dr. Danilo Castro.