Laser Lipolysis

What is laser lipolysis? Unwanted, regional excess fat is one of the common problems of all of us today. One of the most effective methods used recently in the elimination of these excess fat is Laser lipolysis, or in other words, Laser assisted liposuction applications.

The “Laser Lipolysis” method, which is used for those who do not dare to have liposuction recently, is based on the principle of breaking down the membrane of the fat cell directly with laser light. With this method, high-frequency laser waves are sent to the cell walls of the fat cells and the cell wall is destroyed and the fat cells are broken down within the tissue. The laser lipolysis method is an effective, non-marking, body shaping method that prevents bleeding and allows for a short recovery time, and the bandaging time is very short.

The laser lipolysis method basically creates 3 effects in the area where it is applied:

  1. Fat melting: With the photomechanical effect of laser light, fat cells are permanently broken down and regional thinning is achieved.
  2. Stopping bleeding: With the photothermal effect, the vessels are coagulated and the possibility of post-procedure bruising is minimized.
  3. Reduction of skin sagging: Photostimulation occurs due to the heat effect of the laser light, this leads to the recovery of the skin in the application area and the elimination of sagging.

It can be easily applied to all body parts, especially in areas such as the inside of the arms, under the chin, neck, upper abdomen, back, and ankles, where body shaping is difficult with classical liposuction methods. Laser lipolysis is ideal for patients with low or moderate fat accumulation, especially in a few areas of the body. If it is used together with liposuction in the whole body and in patients with advanced fat accumulation, it reduces the sagging and irregularities that can be seen on the skin after the application, and ensures a more successful result. It can be used to reduce skin sagging, especially in areas such as inner legs and arms. Often, 1 session is sufficient in small areas, and additional sessions can be applied with 3- to 6-month intervals in larger areas.

Laser lipolysis applications can be applied under local anesthesia, sedation (calming) or general anesthesia depending on the area to be applied.

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