Liposuction has become increasingly popular over the last decade and now stands among the most popular body-sculpting procedures, laser lipolysis efforts in the search for alternatives and new tools primarily seek to reduce downtime, decrease operator fatigue, reduce bleeding, and promote skin contraction.


Laser Lipolysis Treatment
After tumescent anesthesia, a 1-mm-diameter microcannula housing a 600-μm optical fiber was inserted into the subcutaneous fat. The cannula was moved back and forth in a predetermined manner to get a homogeneous distribution of energy at the treated area. 
Laser settings (power and cumulative energy) were selected in relation to individual body areas: 6 W (chin, arm, knee), 10 W (abdomen, back), and 15 W (thigh, hips, buttock).


Now, the 1210nm wavelength has absorption-affinity for Lipid-Rich Tissue and has demonstrated to stimulate adipocytes and mesenchymal cells of the subcutaneous tissue, with a new concept: Selective Photothermostimulation (SPS). The application in Liposuction of this wavelength is determined by its preservation of the integrity of adipocytes, making possible the use of these materials for fat grafting in Liposculpture, Breast Reconstruction or as filler in Face Rejuvenation, proven that this technique is less traumatic.
Although laser lipolysis is not intended to replace traditional liposuction, it offers patients a procedure that yields similar benefits with fewer complications and faster recovery.

  • Minimal discomfort during and after procedures
  • Quick convalescence 
  • Local anesthesia 
  • Excellent esthetic results, minimal scar, no swelling
  • Post procedural pain reduction
  • Minimal risk of complications
  • The multiple usages reduce costs 

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