There are many cellulite removal methods available, and before you choose one, it is important to define what you want. There are several invasive and non-invasive medicinal methods for cellulite removal, and all of them are pretty effective. However, the most commonly recommended is laser lipolysis, which is a modern version of liposuction.
Laser lipolysis “melts” the fat under your skin by using a laser which is inserted under it. The results are visible straight after the procedure, and in order to maintain the results for longer periods of time, some of the less-invasive methods are recommended. One such method is radiofrequency, which uses massaging devices to keep the fat suppressed.
Usually only one treatment is enough in order for laser lipolysis to work. The treatment usually lasts between 1 and 3 hours, and during that time the patient is administered with local anesthesia. This method uses a laser beam to melt the fat, and its huge advantage is that the patient is able to go home straight after the procedure. The precision of removing the fat with this method is unparalleled since the patients can move during the procedure. The surgeon might tell them to stand up, or turn around, so they can remove the fat in some more inaccessible places, making laser lipolysis invaluable when it comes to cellulite removal.
Body regions from which the patient need their fat removed are treated one at a time since the amount of anesthetics a patient can receive in a certain timeframe is limited, and up to 3 liters of fat tissue can be removed per treatment.
The laser beam is guided under the skin by inserting a device 3 mm deep under it. It causes fat cells to break, and turn into an emulsion which stops the bleeding from smaller blood vessels that might get damaged during the procedure. All of this prevents the swelling of the body, and stops the hematomas from appearing, which results in a great looking skin after the procedure.
After the treatment patients feel very little pain, and they should rest between 1 and 3 days. The results are visible straight away, and the improvements continue over the course of two months after the procedure. Patient can start with some more demanding physical activities around 3 weeks after the procedure.
Laser lipolysis is a completely safe procedure which has a minimal chance of complications, and the recovery phase is significantly easier to handle and shorter when compared to the classic liposuction.
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