Lipotherme is a form of laser lipolysis, where a laser energy helps qualified doctors remove fat cells from the body in order to shrink fat tissues, reduce circumference of limbs, and tighten body areas.
Lipotherme and Other Cosmetic Dermatology Procedures
Lipotherme is a minimally invasive treatment that requires local anesthesia. Compared to traditional liposuction, which requires general anesthesia and surgery, Lipotherme is less invasive. Compared to heat treatments and other noninvasive procedures that require no anesthesia, Lipotherme is a more intrusive and complicated way to work with fat deposits. Major television broadcasts about Lipotherme are good visual guides to the procedure, where a tool called a caa is inserted below the skin to help the laser liquefy fat cells. These public resources give consumers a close look at laser lipolysis and how it works, as well as what they can expect in the doctor’s office.
Recovery after Lipotherme
Most doctors estimate a recovery period of several days after a Lipotherme treatment. Experts recommend that patients avoid strenuous activity for two weeks after the procedure. Some side effects are reported by some patients, including swelling, infections and other complications.
Consumers can talk to their doctors about specific pros and cons of this treatment type for their individual conditions and circumstances. Some patients are better Lipotherme candidates than others, and close consultation will provide a better view of how recovery and other factors play into the decision to receive Lipotherme, as well as how to best maintain the results after a Lipotherme session.