Laser Lipolysis

Laser lipolysis is defined as a newly developed body-sculpting technique, which is an improved substitute for the traditional liposuction.

Laser lipolysis is successfully done at the aesthetic YS clinic based in Selangor, Malaysia, and it represents a safer and more advanced method for body sculpting of all sorts.

The procedure includes heat and giber-optimized lasers which penetrate the skin’s deepest tissues and are able to sculpt a certain area in no time. Unlike liposuction, laser lipolysis eliminates the body fat by lysis, this moving around the body fat and still stimulating collagen production well.

Some of the benefits which come along with laser lipolysis include:
  • Far less invasive method than the one used during liposuctions
  • Less scarring and less recovery time for patients
  • No significant blood loss or blood coagulation during the procedure
  • Reduced swelling
  • Small incisions and minimal scarring
  • Reduce risk of infections

How is the laser lipolysis treatment done?
  • The technique is based on a laser, which penetrates the skin, and avoids severe scarring as in liposuction procedures.  The laser turns the fat into liquid, after which it can be drained from the body. One of the best aspects of this procedure is the prevention of saggy skin post-procedure, as the laser has the job of tightening and firming the skin.

What are the side-effects of laser lipolysis?
  • Although less severe than side-effects caused by liposuction, laser skin treatments of this sort can lead to mild bruising, numbness, depigmentation and numbness.

Is the process painful post-procedure?
  • The patient may experience some pain after laser lipolysis treatment is done, with the pain being present for up to three or four months. The pain is expected to resolve on its own. The pain is usually in the form of sideburns and is located around and under the belly.

To learn more about laser lipolysis, feel free to contact us at YS clinic in Selangor, Malaysia today.

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