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Laser Liposuction FAQs

Incisions are made during the vaginal tightening process. Minimal scarring may form. Your dedicated and skilled surgeon will attempt to place the incisions in discreet locations such as inside the vagina and/or in surrounding natural skin fold creases.With proper care & maintenance, these scars will slowly fade and become hardly visible fine lines.

Typically, only one treatment is required. Results can be seen within a week, with continued improvement over 3 to 6 months. A compression garment may be worn for a short period after treatment, depending on the body area treated.

On average, the laser Lipo procedure will take 1.5-2 hours. This is dependent on the number of areas to be treated and the size of the areas.

Laser liposuction is uses laser light to gently melt the fat prior to removal with a small suction device.

Laser liposuction is usually done in the office under local anesthesia and most patients return to work within a day or so. Traditional liposuction is usually done in a hospital under general anesthesia.

With Laser/ Smart Lipo, problem areas such as the thighs, abdomen, hips, or chin can be specifically targeted for fat removal.

Laser Liposuction removes the fat with the fat cells from specific areas of the body. These fat cells will not return; however, if the patient does not follow a healthy diet and exercise routine, the remaining fat cells could expand and lead to weight gain across all areas of the body. However, the areas that were contoured with liposuction will have a reduced capacity for fat production. With a post- liposuction improved diet habits and lifestyle, patients can maintain their slimmer figures.

Your return to work depends on how many areas of the body you had treated with  smat liposuction. Some people may be able to return to work immediately, but most people take an average of two to Three days off before returning to their jobs. You will experience bruising and swelling during your post- liposuction recovery time, but most patients are able to move comfortably enough to go shopping, go to work, and go about their daily lives.