Many women wish that they could lose some extra weight. There are two main areas of the body that women tend to store fat in, those being the torso and the thighs. So, women try getting rid of those stubborn fatty deposits by sticking to a strict diet and exercising whenever they get the chance.
However, there are some women who choose to have this excess fat removed via laser liposuction. In order to have a better understanding as to how laser liposuction works, it is important to first find out how fat accumulates. Usually, this is though eating foods that are high in fat and sugar.
The body can only digest just so much of both of these substances, and whatever it cannot digest it releases into the bloodstream. The fat forms into thick molecules that build upon each other in the area between the muscle layer and the skin layer. These are the molecules that laser liposuction targets.
Specifically, the heat from the lasers ruptures these molecules, and the liquid that remains is drained out via the small incisions that have been made. Laser liposuction is usually done as an outpatient procedure, which means that no hospital stay is required.
Something that many people want to know is in regard to how long it will take before results can be seen. Results can start to be seen immediately, but depending on how much fat removal happened, it will take some weeks before the total results will be seen.