We normally see them on TV: skinny girls, and buff, hot guys wearing sexy clothes. These personalities have become role models, influencing other folks to work their ways toward that sexy and desirable body. Some are more traditional, and try out different diet plans and exercises. However, there are still some who won’t be happy with these regular methods of slimming down.  An overflowing number of treatments and procedures in the market all promise to deliver quick and fast results, helping the user achieve that dream body. Lipotherme is the newest of these procedures.

Lipotherme, what is that?

Lipotherme is a surgical liposuction procedure that basically uses a laser to melt and eliminate unwanted fat in specific body parts. The procedure works around the concept of using heat to promote health and well-being. A laser which delivers controlled heat is used in Lipotherme laser treatment to dissolve unwanted fat deposits, thus reshaping one’s body.

Lipotherme laser lipolysis is an advanced version of traditional liposuction. However, it is minimally-invasive as compared to its more traditional counterpart. Since there is virtually no downtime, the patient can immediately return to his or her regular routine after the treatment.

Lipotherme laser treatments also smooth out the surface of the skin over the treatment area, thanks to the application of heat during the treatment.  Because the laser used in said treatment heats small blood vessels, helping them coagulate faster, bleeding, swelling, and bruising are all minimized.

A fiber optic laser is inserted into the patient’s body through a small cut during the procedure. This fiber optic laser is the tool that heats up adipose tissues, causing them to melt. The melted body fat is then suctioned out afterwards.

What to expect from Lipotherme Laser Lipolysis

Compared to traditional liposuction procedures, Lipotherme laser lipolysis is quicker and minimally-invasive. Applying a local anesthesia temporarily numbs the treatment area. The technology behind Lipotherme makes recovery period shorter and lessens the amount of discomfort experienced by the patient.

Lipotherme laser treatment can be used on almost anyone wanting to remove unwanted body fat . People with major medical conditions, as well as those who are taking certain medications, however, may be advised against undergoing this procedure.

Lipotherme laser lipolysis gives excellent results to people looking for a way to eliminate fat in a specific area. It is not a recommended solution for obesity.  Lipotherme can be used alone or as an additional treatment to another procedure.

Lipotherme laser treatment can effectively eliminate fat in the facial area, neck, the back side of the arms, abdomen, inner and outer thighs, hips, and buttocks. Depending on the area treated and how Lipotherme was performed, results may be immediately visible. Normally, parts with lesser fat such as the facial area display results faster.

Since the US Food and Drug Administration approved Lipotherme, its safety is assured. Consulting a cosmetic surgeon prior to the procedure will set one’s expectations.