One of the many cons when it comes to laser liposuction is the fact that once you trim all that fat, you have skin that sort of just sags. Always an unpleasant sight many prefer to remain overweight to having drooping skin.
In comes a new minimally invasive treatment called laser lypolis, which produces new collagen. Collagen is pretty much the principle protein that gives our skin tone texture. Hence, your skin is tightened after surgery.
Abbas Chamsuddin, an interventional radiologist at the Center for Laser and Interventional Surgery in Atlanta, GA adds, “Many women who have standard liposuction are discouraged because often the skin sags after the fat is removed. Ultrasound-assisted guidance of a fiber-optic laser during laser lipolysis can be used on many parts of the body and results in excellent sculpting with tight skin.”
Statistics reveal that between 2009 and 2012, a group of 2,183 individuals had laser-assisted lipolysis and liposuction applied to their neck, arms, love handles, breasts, belly, thighs and calves. And now with these new skin tightening patent, well, you can bet those numbers will increase.
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Have you had laser surgery before and were stuck with unwanted, flabby skin? Or has this new lypolis treatment finally convinced you to finally get the body you’ve always desired? Comment below.
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