Who is the ideal candidate to undergo Laser Assisted Liposculpture Body?
Laser-assisted liposuction is the best solution for young and middle-aged, both men and women, who have smooth and elastic skin who want to remove fat deposits that do not respond to exercise, or massage, or diets… and that accumulates over the years in the abdomen, flanks, back, arms, thighs, knees, ankles…
The purpose of undergoing laser-assisted liposuction will improve and remodel the body obtaining a homogeneous and contoured silhouette.
Can it be done in both sex?
Liposuction is suitable for both women and men, although it must be borne in mind that the accumulation of fat in both sexes is very different, because of different fat grip areas and the various hormonal stimuli.
Men often suffer greater accumulations of fat in the breasts, or gynecomastia, in the abdominal area.
Women usually do on the buttocks, abdomen, thighs and legs.
Note that this surgical technique can be performed in several areas at once, including areas such as neck, arms, underarms, back, ankles.
What is the Laser Assisted Liposculpture Body?
This is a very simple surgery that lets you rejoin your usual lifestyle in 24-48 h., Approximately.
Assisted Liposuction Laser Body is the most effective surgical procedure that allows body contouring by removing subcutaneous fat deposits. Currently, subcutaneous fat accumulations can only be permanently removed by liposuction.
The main advantage of this new technique is that it achieves a more precise body contouring and greater than that achieved with the classic deep liposuction.
It consists of making a small incision just in the area or, multizone wish to try to reshape, through which laser light is introduced and fine liposuction cannula to suck the excess fat.
Since the tube placed is very thin, the incisions are minimal which disappear as soon lower the inflammation of the area so that the scars will be barely noticeable over time.
The novelty of this technique lies in the feature that when liposuction is performed body fat simultaneously trying liposuctioned laser area. The laser has the feature of retracting the epidermis, stimulating collagen and subcutaneous, coagulate bleeding blood vessels during liposuction.
Laser Assisted Liposuction is performed on an outpatient basis, usually performed under local anesthesia or sedation. The duration is usually between 1 and 2 hours, the time varies depending on the area being treated.
What is the difference between Laser Assisted Liposculpture Body with Traditional Liposuction?
The problem with traditional liposuction is that it leaves skin-fat flap too thick and heavy.
However, with the laser-assisted liposuction also excised superficial fat leaving a thinner and lighter flap is retracted, while the heat stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin, thereby creating new curves and emphasizing the maximum volumes property skin retraction.
What will return to normal?
Often small bruises and swelling appear in the liposuctioned. These effects are not bothersome postoperative. The pain is very superficial and can be treated with analgesics and anti-inflammatory perfectly you recommend your surgeon.
It is important during the first 24 hours make relative rest, local not get cold, you keep all the analgesic and anti-inflammatory pattern that will indicate your plastic surgeon.
After the intervention elastic bandaged or pledge of acupressure on liposuctioned area you must take for a month or so.
Furthermore, Cànons Clinics, specialized centers complement Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine Laser assisted liposuction with manual lymphatic drainage and specific massage firming, cellulite … with the aim of shortening the postoperative period and returned as soon as possible to normal day-to- day.
How do I have to plan the Laser Assisted Liposculpture Body?
The doctor will give you instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines to keep on shooting or, suppressing medications, vitamins, iron supplements, food, liquid and snuff.
Make sure also that a family member or companion can take you home when you are to be discharged and, if necessary, can help a few days.
What precautions should I take?
In order to limit the risk of bleeding and bruising have to avoid taking in the 7 days before the procedure antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin, dipyridamole, ticlopidine, … as well as in the 3 days prior to taking NSAIDs like Ibuprofen antiplatelet effect, Diclofenac , indomethacin, piroxicam, naproxen…