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Risks of Laser Liposuction Surgery

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: WWIN
Certification: CE
Application: Laser Heat Treatment
Laser Type: Fiber Laser
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set
Price: negotiable
Packaging Details: Export wooden package
Delivery Time: 5 workdays
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 200 sets per month
Description
Laser liposuction is the surgical procedure, performed for excess fats removal with the help of thermal energy. As far as 
laser liposuction risks are concerned, they are mild and can be combated with correct procedure and post surgical 
care.
 
Liposuction, also known as lipoplasty, is a cosmetic surgery for removal of excess fats from certain parts of the body 
such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, arms and neck. This procedure is useful for getting rid of accumulated fats
 that are difficult to burn by exercising or dieting. Based on the methodology followed, there are different liposuction 
procedures such as traditional, wet, tumescent, ultrasound and laser type.
 
In the traditional or basic method, the physician uses a device called cannula for sucking fats from underneath the skin. 
The major complication of basic liposuction are excessive bleeding, swelling and inflammation. Likewise each of the
liposuction types has its own pros and cons. As of date, laser liposuction is the latest procedure and promises to have 
certain positive effects in comparison to the traditional method. However, similar to any other surgical procedure, 
there are certain risks.
 
Laser Liposuction Procedure
In this procedure, a very small fiber tube (cannula) with sophisticated lasers are used for removing accumulated fats. 
Since the tube used over here is very small, there is less bruising and little or no blood loss. The candidate is first given
 a local anesthesia (not general like the traditional method), after which a small incision is made in the specific body 
location for insertion of a laser filled tube (1 mm diameter). The excess fat is liquefied by using laser heat, which is 
then squeezed out through incisions or suctioned out with the help of a tube.
 
Risks of Laser Liposuction Surgery
The advantage of this procedure is less bruising and a quick recovery period. Most people are able to resume normal 
work within 2 days after the surgical procedure. The physician may prescribe you to wear liposuction compression 
garments for fast recovery and tightening loose skin. With this particular procedure, fat removal by up to 8 lbs is 
considered safe. Speaking about the risks, the following is a list of the commonly reported side effects manifested 
after the procedure:
 
Asymmetrical Results
One of the dangers is asymmetrical results, which is caused due to irregular fat removal and taking out fat from areas 
very near to the skin. Such a complication is observed in a very few candidates.
 
Bleeding and Infection
Although bleeding and infection is rare in the recovery period, they may occur in some cases. In order to minimize 
infection, the incision areas should be cleaned regularly and kept dry. Follow the surgeon's advice to keep the areas 
free of infection.
 
Skin Problem
Since the method is minimally invasive, there are no serious dangers. However, application of laser energy can rarely 
cause thermal injury (skin burns) and skin damage. To avoid such complications, getting the procedure done by a 
reputed doctor is the ultimate choice.
 
Scarring
As the incisions are small, there is no need for sutures and stitching. However, the body areas, where the incisions are
 made, may develop small scars (about the size of a mole). Take suggestions from the physician for effective ways to 
get rid of the scars. Complete recovery and skin tightening will take somewhere about 3 - 6 months.
 
Though it is usual to have some laser liposuction side effects, approaching a qualified surgeon who has previous 
experiences will greatly help in minimizing the risks. On the safer side, gather information in terms of the risks and 
positive effects, compare them and decide whether it is the right procedure for you or not. In case of any doubts, 
you can always seek advice from your concerned physician before and after undergoing laser liposuction.
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