Liposuction has always been a buzz word in cosmetic surgery. When people talk about liposuction, they generally refer to the traditional surgical form of liposuction. This conventional type of liposuction involves placing a thin hollow tube, called a cannula, into the body and literally sucking the fat out of the body. The other type is called laser liposuction.
Laser liposuction is becoming an increasingly popular less invasive form of conventional liposuction because there is no need for a general anaesthetic in most cases, making laser liposuction a popular choice for those who do not like the idea of a general anaesthetic.
Laser liposuction uses a heated laser that literally melts the fat away below the skin. Laser liposuction prices tend to generally be less expensive than traditional liposuction cost, and the recovery is better in the sense that there is no post operative recovery from a general anaesthetic to factor in. However, the disadvantage is that not as much fat can be removed, so if you require serious fat loss rather than just toning up, traditional liposuction may be better, as traditional liposuction can remove large volumes of fat. There are several options that are available to you if you are considering liposuction to remove stubborn and unwanted fat, you should discuss your options for laser liposuction with a fully qualified and experienced GMC specialist registered cosmetic surgeon or plastic surgeon that has membership to the BAAPS or BAPRAS.
Laser liposuction, also known as laser lipo is a revolutionary new procedure popular types of brand names for laser lipo include: Smart Lipo and Vaser Lipo. Laser lipo can permanently banish fat from problem areas of the body with which many of us are all too familiar. These stubborn and hard to shift fat pockets can develop on areas such as the thighs, tummy, hips and bum, even the upper arms, giving rise to the unflattering term we now know as bingo wings.
For men, it can be used to tackle fatty deposits in the chest; man boobs can now be dealt with once and for all. So, the questions you may be asking are; how much does laser lipo cost? and is laser lipo right for me?.
Laser liposuction is a ‘high tech’ procedure using advanced and specialised equipment; therefore the procedure itself should only be undertaken by fully qualified and experienced practitioners. Laser liposuction as a procedure must be carried out in a clean, professional sterile, clinical environment which ideally is healthcare commission approved.
The procedure itself is very simple and straightforward: A laser is used to target fat held in the cells, deep within your skin. The laser heats up the fat, melting it and causing it to seep in to the body. This oily substance is then removed naturally by the body, or it can be aspirated (sucked out) using a cannula, immediately following the laser treatment. A surgical compression garment such as shaped body wear is then worn to the treated areas to help sculpt the body in to its new shape. Recovery times are minimal expect to be back to your normal activity levels within one week. There is very little discomfort involved. There may be some slight bruising.
Costs can range from 500 to 1000 pounds per area treated. At first glance and consideration, laser liposuction costs can initially seem expensive. However, if you compare the cost of laser liposuction to other forms of cosmetic surgery or any other investments you might make to your body and general appearance; it could change your mind when you consider the potential benefits to be had from the treatment. Thousands of men and women across the world have already tried laser liposuction and you would be hard pressed to find any one of them who wasn’t delighted with the results, I am one of them.
In your research I am sure you have discovered how laser liposuction costs do significantly vary. There are many factors at work when determining laser lipo cost. Different clinics will set their own prices based on the services they can provide. The number of areas of the body to be treated will affect the amount of time the operation will take and this will have a bearing on the laser lipo cost. The size of the areas, or the amounts of fat that need to be processed, will also affect the laser lipo cost. This is simply because some will require more treatment than others. It may be preferable to have multiple sessions. The fat cells in men tend to be denser than those of women and so they can take longer to treat. For this reason it can sometimes cost more for men to have the operation than women.
In summary I believe that carried out by the right medical practitioner, Laser liposuction can and will change your life for the better. You can realistically expect to be slimmer and healthier looking in just a few weeks. You must keep the results by following a sensible and healthy lifestyle, nothing lasts forever if you do not keep up maintenance.
The cost of laser liposuction could be a life changing investment in you as a person, an investment for the future. Happiness is very much a personal subject, but the confidence you will gain from a successful procedure of laser liposuction could be the start of a new lease of life for you, Could you truly put a price on that?
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