Reducing fat on the Las Vegas NV Laser Lipo can be hard, but there are different medical methods to get rid of fatty deposits. Smart Lipo is a minimally invasive method, and it's great at reducing localized fat on the thighs, hips, waist, and neck. It's meant to supplement, not replace, traditional diet and exercise. If you've tried and failed to get rid of those love handles, then this may be right for you.
Smart Lipo gets rid of fat without much of the risk and downtime that comes with traditional liposuction. It's also less expensive, as it can be done in a clinic setting, and does not require general anesthesia. It doesn't cause much pain, and can be done in a short time. Recovery is less than with regular Laser Lipo in Las Vegas (usually a day or two, instead of a whole week.) Smart Lipo is a simple way to remove fat, and it's done by inserting a 1-millimeter probe through a small incision. The probe gives small bursts of laser energy that breaks up fat deposits, which are then eliminated from the body.
In addition to its fast healing time, Smart Lipo has over a 75% satisfaction rate. People who go into the surgery ready, and knowing what to expect, are usually happier with their results. After a treatment, patients will have to wear a compression bandage or garment. This will help to keep the skin smoother, and prevent blood clots from forming.
Smart Lipo is a relatively new procedure, and is perfect for smaller areas of the body. Results normally depend on the amount of fat in the area, and improvement is usually seen within 6 weeks, with full results in four months. The procedure is done under local anesthetic, and patients are generally in and out of the office within two hours. No more overnight hospital stays!
Any time a surgery is done, it's important to understand what will be involved in the recovery. Even though Smart Lipo has a very short recovery time, patients still need to know what to do. If the patient is prepared, they can go into the procedure, and have it done successfully with no surprises. As with any procedure, there are some risks, but complications aren't frequent. Patients should discuss the benefits and risks with their primary physician, as well as the surgeon who'll be performing the procedure