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Laser Lipolysis

Laser Lipolysis
Laser lipolysis was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October of 2006. This method was performed...
What is laser lipolysis and how does it work?

Laser lipolysis was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October of 2006. This method was performed under local anesthesia with a small gap of one to two millimeters diameter in the desired surface of the skin. In this method, a thin optical fiber is inserted into the fat tissue by which the laser beam is irradiated into adipocytes. Laser Lipolysis works, by using a fine and controlled light beam which selectively heats fat. This causes the solid fat to melt into an oily liquid, which can then be easily removed.

The fine laser beam can also heat the under surface of the skin, leading to collagen contraction, without burning the top surface of the skin. In this case, the fat is easily absorbed by the body or in the case of high fat level (over 500 cc), it is removed by suction. It may take 1-3 hours to complete.

 

 

Benefits of laser lipolysis compared to liposuction surgery:

Laser lipolysis compared to ordinary liposuction is a less invasive procedure that does not require general anesthesia. Recovery time is minimal in laser lipolysis compared to ordinary liposuction. The laser energy causes the skin to shrink and tighten. Therefore, it somewhat hinders losing and sagging skin in the related area. The laser contact causes immediate closure of small blood vessels and has less bleeding, less swelling and bruising,, faster recovery and shorter recovery compared with ordinary liposuction. In addition, treatment results of laser lipolysis in the body areas, where ordinary methods are not used, is excellent.

In what areas of the body the laser lipolysis can be used?

Abdomen, legs, flanks, back, arms, face (jowl -cheek), thighs, buttocks, breasts, legs and neck areas.

Is it possible to use other types of slimming devices in Novin Iran Clinic?

Yes, other advanced devices such as cryotherapy lipolysis and cavitation are used to provide a variety of services to clients.