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Laser Lipolysis


How does laser lipolysis work?

Laser lipolysis is a new, non-invasive treatment that uses a laser energy to target fat cells and cause them to release their contents into the bloodstream. This process results in the breakdown of fat cells and the disappearance of fatty tissue.

Laser lipolysis is an ideal procedure for people who are looking for an alternative to surgery or other invasive methods of body contouring. The procedure can be performed on most parts of the body including legs, arms, abdomen, back and chin.

Not only is laser lipolysis an effective way to target fat cells and reduce their size, but it can also improve skin tone and texture. The procedure has been shown to be safe and effective in numerous clinical trials. This new method of body contouring is a popular alternative for many people who are looking for a non-invasive treatment that will help them achieve their goals without any downtime or recovery period.

Laser lipolysis has several advantages over traditional liposuction. These are some examples:


  • No trauma

  • Reduced procedure time

  • No Scarring.

  • No downtime

  • Successful fat removal

  • Skin-tightening

  • fewer risks and complications.

During your consultation with one of our specialists, we will discuss your concerns and goals and determine if laser lipo is right for you. We will also explain what to expect during treatment and recovery so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not this is right choice for you.


Why do people want laser lipolysis?

People who want to reduce a localized fat bulge of the abdomen and flanks.


Who is not a candidate for laser lipolysis?

Patients with excess skin or fat located deep to muscles.


What does laser lipolysis do?

Laser lipolysis is a process that reduces the volume of fat in a fatty bulge.

Is laser lipolysis performed under anesthesia?

This procedure is performed without the use of anesthesia.


What is the Laser lipolysis procedure?

After assessing the dimensions and contours of the abdominal or flank bulge to be treated, an applicator is placed at that location. The patient feels a transient cooling sensation as treatment begins. The patient may feel intermittent warmth and/or tingling during the 25-minute treatment.


What are the risks of laser lipolysis?

The complication rate is low, with a very small number of people experiencing temporary redness, tenderness and swelling.


What is it like recovering from laser lipolysis?

There are no activity restrictions, but patients may feel tender or experience swelling or redness.

When will I see the results of laser lipolysis?

Results may be noticeable at 6 weeks and should become apparent by 3 months.

Explore more before and after results

Before & After Gallery


Laser Lipolysis

*Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary. Photos in our online gallery are of actual patients of our practice who have provided consent to display their pictures online.

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