LASER LIPOSUCTION

This method, also called laser lipolysis (breakdown of adipose tissue cells with the help of laser)
basically the equivalent of which is the definition abroad; laser assisted liposuction (laser liposuction), that is, laser
It is the disintegration of the assisted adipose tissue cells and their removal from the body.

How is this method applied?
In the areas of unwanted fat in the body, the thin tissue that is advanced to the adipose tissue through 1-2 mm incisions.
After the laser head at the ends of the cannulas (tubes) is moved around the area, again from the same entrance points,
The dead adipose tissue is pulled out of the body by 3-4 mm cannulas.

What mechanisms does laser-assisted liposuction affect?
The laser has 3 main effects in this process. The first effect is the photomechanical effect, where the tip of the cannula comes into contact.
is the breakdown of the membranes of fat cells. The second effect is the photothermal effect and this is the thin blood in the surrounding tissue.
It causes clotting in the veins and reduces the possibility of post-operative bruising. in the skin layers
increase the production of connective tissue (collagen) and thus give the skin a more taut and youthful appearance.
The last effect is the photostimulation effect.
The membrane of the fat cells is broken down using laser light, and these fragmented cells are destroyed with the help of vacuum.
withdrawn from the body.

What are the advantages of this method over the classical methods we know before?
In order to reduce the adipose tissue in the areas of the body where the adipose tissue accumulates and we complain about
It is the most up-to-date method among the operations performed, and it is often more effective than other applications.
Its superiority over non-laser assisted liposuction; in patients with less flexible skin, more advanced
in older patients, in patients and areas where the possibility of skin sagging after the classical procedure is higher
that it is safer. The reason for this is to increase the connective tissue called collagen in the skin.
its potential and thus, it can make the skin look more taut and youthful.
In addition, the procedure is completed in a shorter time, the bandaging time is shorter, the patient
He returns to his daily life faster after

Which body parts can this method be applied to?
Areas such as the abdomen, arms, inner thighs, and neck, which are likely to sag after the classical fat removal procedure, are primarily
It can be applied to all body parts.

Should laser assisted liposuction be performed under general anesthesia (asleep)?
If it will be applied to more than one body area; under general anesthesia or sedation (semi-conscious state)
It is convenient to do with However, it will be done in sessions to a single area or multiple body areas.
It can be done with local anesthesia (by numbing only that area). The advantage of this; person’s weekly
be able to take 1-2 hours as if coming to his exercise, go on foot in the same way and go to his daily life.
is to return.

How is the post-procedure period?
After the procedure, special corsets are put on the applied area immediately. After 2 days, the corset is removed and showered.
receivable. After the shower, the corset is put on immediately. Wear the corset day and night for 2-3 weeks, for the next 1-2 weeks only.

It is recommended to be worn at night.

Will there be edema (fluid collection) in the body area where the procedure is applied?
As with any surgery, edema occurs. In the 1st week after the procedure, the edema begins to dissolve and
about 4-5. 90% of the edema is excreted by the body in a week.

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