Laser Liposuction For Body Sculpting and Contouring
Liposuction serves to resculpt the body by reducing unwanted and undesired fat from the abdomen, thighs, love handles, arms, and neck. This procedure has grown to become an increasingly popular option for patients.*
Laser liposuction produces results with less trauma, bleeding, and pain. It is a flexible technique that will stimulate natural collagen growth and tighten the skin. A fiber optic is delivered through a small caliber cannula. The positioning of the 1mm cannula is highlighted with trans-illumination from a red guiding beam. The laser energy is transferred to the fat cells, causing them to expand and rupture.*
Laser Body Sculpting is a revolutionary treatment that is applied in the most minimally invasive conditions. It reduces fat cells and completely transforms the body.*
How does Laser Body Sculpting Work?
A 1mm cannula is inserted under the skin and transfers energy directly to fat cells. This causes the cells to rupture and become drained as a liquid. The tissue around the area will coagulate, resulting in increased collagen production and tighter skin tissue.*
The procedure targets the neck, jaw line, breasts, abdomen, love handles, back of the arms, thighs, knees, ankles, and calves. It does not leave behind unsightly pockets of skin. Since this is a minimally invasive procedure that requires only local anesthesia, patients can expect to return to work within a couple of days.*
Benefits of Smartlipo*:
- Reduction of fat cells
- Improved body shape
- Tightens skin
- Requires only a local anesthetic
- Rapid recovery
Only one treatment is required and the results can be seen within days.* Improvements will continue over months. The perfect candidate for this procedure is in good health and has attempted dieting and exercise to reduce fat.* To learn more, please visit or call Total Cosmetix for a consultation.
*Individual results vary. Photos and reviews do not guarantee outcomes and no prediction of outcome is implied. Individual healing characteristics and unexpected complications can affect the outcome of any surgery or procedure.