Laser Lipo is a form of liposuction that reduces excess body fat through the use of cold, low-level laser energy. It is important to note that this method of fat reduction isn’t meant to be a weight loss substitute. Its use is for the reduction of fat that hasn’t responded well to diet and exercise methods. So if you’re dealing with stubborn fat that won’t go away despite your best efforts, Laser Lipo at Breeze Laser Center may be perfect for you.
How Laser Lipo Works
One of the biggest differences between traditional liposuction and Laser Lipo is that the fat is treated with a laser rather than broken up with a tube known as a cannula. This method is more gentle and less invasive, resulting in less bruising.
The process works by causing the laser to reach the fat in the deeper skin layers and break up the cell walls. The blood vessels in this layer are coagulated, also helping to lessen bruising.
Collagen and elastin production is stimulated through the laser affecting the upper layer of skin cells. These building blocks are needed for healthy skin and will continue to regenerate, leading to improved skin condition after the procedure. Fatty acids, water and sugar are then flushed out of the body through natural processes.
Candidates for Laser Lipo
You should be in overall good health and have excess fat you wish to have reduced. Your skin should not be excessively lax, as loose skin may not respond well to liposuction alone. Laser Lipo can be effective on conditions such as cellulite, dimpling or scars. Common areas of treatment include the abdomen, thighs, arms and back. It is also possible for Laser Lipo to be used on other areas.
It is important to note that a series of treatment sessions is usually required for the best results. However, this varies from person to person. No downtime is required with this treatment, making it very popular for people with busy schedules.
Get All the Facts About Laser Lipo
Laser Lipo is an appealing option for patients who need to lose minimal to moderate amounts of fat that has been resistant to other methods. If you feel like this procedure could work for you, don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation at Breeze Laser Center to discuss your options. Our office is located in Orlando. Contact us today to book your appointment to learn more.