Wuhan Dimed Laser Technology Co., Ltd
Dimedlaser - Proffessional Manufacture Of Medical Lasers
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||CHERYLAS 1210|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
Laser Lipolysis (also known as Laser Assisted Lipolysis or Laser Lipo) refers to a group of procedures similar to liposuction in that they remove unwanted fat by use of a small tube, or cannula, inserted into the body and basically sucking the fat out. That's where the similarity ends - laser lipolysis uses a laser at the tip of the cannula to heat and melt the fat before suctioning it out. The lasers used are tissue specific so that they target only the fat cells leaving nerves and other tissues undamaged. Further, the strain on the body is so small that only local anesthesia is needed, rather than general anesthesia that's used with traditional liposuction. Laser lipolysis surgery is considered less invasive that liposuction and it requires less recovery time, with most patients able to return to work the following day.
During the next 24 hours, there will be a discharge of fluid from the tiny incisions made in the body for the procedure.
This is normal and should be no cause for alarm. The patient will feel sore and bruised for a few days after the liposuction procedure.
For the first five days after the procedure, the patient will need to keep the compression garment on, rest, drink fluids, and not shower or bathe. Patients should move every two hours to prevent the formation of blood clots. This will also help to keep fluids moving in the body and reduce swelling.
On the fifth day, the patient will return to the office for a post-operative visit. The compression garment will be removed so the patient can be examined. For the next ten days, the garment will need to be worn 24 hours a day and removed only for showering. The patient will be able to lightly exercise by walking or stretching.
The patient may return to work the second week after the procedure. During the third and fourth weeks after the procedure, the garment may be worn for 12 hours a day. At the fourth week, normal activities and exercising can resume. It can take several months for the swelling to resolve and the results of the liposuction be completely revealed.