In the human body, there is a layer of fat between the skin surface and the tissues under the skin. Men and women tend to store fat in different areas. For example, while the problem areas in men are the abdomen, belly and chest, women generally gain weight from the hips, upper legs and abdomen.
Even if weight is lost with a strict diet and exercise routine, it is often not possible to achieve the desired appearance because the fats in these areas are much more resistant than other parts of the body. If you are complaining about regional excesses and you want your body to be more proportional or if you just want to look better with clothes, Laser Liposuction may be the answer you are looking for. Laser Liposuction is not a weight loss method and cannot correct the appearance of cellulite, but it makes your body more shaped and more proportional.
During the operation, a liquid is injected into the fatty tissue first. Then, hollow, thin apparatus called cannula is inserted through tiny incisions made in the area to be treated. These allow the oil to be vacuumed out.
In liposuction, where ultrasound technology is used, the fat tissue is broken up with sound waves and liquefied, and then vacuumed. The most important advantages of this technique are that it causes less bruising on the skin and accelerates the healing process.
After the operation, the patient must wear a special corset for a certain period of time. While the skin adapts to its new form thanks to the pressure created by this corset, you can usually return to your exercise routine a few weeks after the surgery.