The innovation of the slightly invasive treatment “Smartlipo Laser Lipolysis” is based on the most advanced technology of ND-YAG laser that act effectively on the fat cells, causes dissolution and simultaneously promotes tissue tightening. More thoroughly, after the application of a local anesthetic, a small probe enters the subcutaneous tissue of the defective area, melts the adipocyte cells and turns into a thin liquid, while surrounding tissues and skin remain unaffected.
After that, the suction of the liquidized fat with a thin non - traumatic spigot, achieving fat removal and losing centimeters. The action of laser does not stop here, since the light and the thermal energy degrades abnormal fat deposits, responsible for orange peel skin texture, as simultaneously promotes skin tightening through new collagen production.
Smartlipo Laser Lipolysis is applied to the following areas:
Before the laser lipolysis procedure, the patient undergoes a preoperative check-up, which includes the local measurement of fat using 2-dimensional ultrasound.
This measurement allows us to know with millimetre accuracy the subcutaneous fat of the area of interest.
"Classic" Liposuction is an invasive method which is performed in a clinic or operating room and the recovery time is longer. With Smartlipo Laser Liposuction the procedure is simplified, as this minimally invasive method is performed safely in the clinic, bloodlessly, without total anaesthesia or intoxication and with zero post-operative pain.
Another comparative advantage of laser lipolysis is the simultaneous tightening and elimination of cellulite, which we cannot achieve with the invasive method. The treatment does not need to be repeated and lasts only 1-2 hours depending on the area of the applied area. As there are no stitches, the patient can immediately return to their daily habits.
The results are immediately visible and gradually improve over the following weeks with the production of new collagen and the normal elimination of any remaining liquefied fat through the lymphatic circulation.