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Difference Between Laser Assisted And Water Lipo

It is becoming increasingly common for people to undergo liposuction treatment. In fact, there is liposuction in London, NYC and in almost every developed city. At present, the number of recent liposuction techniques is quite varied. These techniques have been invented to enhance on the current procedures. However, people might be confused about the different choices. Presented below is information on some of the recently introduced liposuction procedures that have gained great interest.

The common thing about these new techniques is that they will attempt to liquefy the fats before the actual fat extraction. The intention is to make the removal process smoother. How the various procedures differs is in the way the fats are melted.

A better known procedure is called laser assisted liposuction. For this procedure, surgeons will leverage on a elastic optic to release heat from the laser. The benefit of laser is its precision that will lead to less chances of the patients suffering from burns. However, the heat from the laser might cause some internal burns if the surgeon is not capable of handling a laser surgery.

Another new technique that has been introduced is the slim lipo. This procedure is invented based on many years of R&D. When you compared the two techniques, slim lipo is able to release more heat energy relative to laser lipo due to with wider area of emission. The wider laser area means that the intensity of the laser can be lowered, which lower the chances of patients suffering from internal burns.

Another recently developed approach for body contouring is called water liposuction. It uses a high pressure water jet to liquefy the fats before the fat extraction. The benefit of using this approach is that there is zero risk of patients suffering from heat burns. This is because the procedure keeps clear of heat energy and uses only the kinetic force from the water. However, the downside is that there is little evidence on its effectiveness