Weight loss is a huge issue. Excuse the pun, but it most certainly is a serious issue. As we all know, it is terribly easy to accumulate excess body-fat. It is not, however, as easy to get rid of. Body-fat seems to make a comfortable home wherever it deposits and stubbornly squats there offering no benefit. In fact, it is embarrassing and uncomfortable. The simple fact is that it happens. We are faced with a number of tactics to rid ourselves of this excess body-fat. Diet and exercise are at the forefront of prevention and even elimination of the extraneous flab.
Yet despite our efforts to work it away in spin class or cut it down by living off of carrots and celery, some of this fat just will not leave! This is where we begin to consider the methods of cosmetic surgery. The first idea to come to mind is liposuction. Fat reduction is assured with liposuction.
It is important to consider some crucial points when considering this type of invasive procedure. There is standard surgical liposuction used for fat reduction, but there are other methods as well. Laser fat reduction is an option as well. This is called non-invasive lipo, or cold laser lipo. Laser liposuction may have many advantages to traditional surgical liposuction. Let us take a look at the different procedures.
Surgical liposuction consists of a series of operations to remove adipose tissue (fat) from specific areas of the body. The procedure is performed under full anesthesia, as it is a full surgical procedure that is highly invasive to the body, involving scraping away the fat tissue and suctioning it out. The recovery time from this procedure can be lengthy, determined by the amount of fat that is being excised in a session. Multiple sessions are usually required to achieve the desired result, as the full procedure can rarely be completed in a single surgery. This becomes progressively more expensive as well. Lon periods of recovery time are required to allow the body to heal in preparation for the next surgery. Complications include infection, internal bleeding, and even minor disfigurement (which can be corrected with further surgical procedures.)
This all sounds drastically invasive and complicated, does it not? There is an alternative that is novel to the field and it is known as laser liposuction, or Laser Lipo. Non-invasive liposuction is performed by a technique called cold-laser liposuction. For the sake of convenience, we shall henceforth call liposuction “lipo.” Non-invasive lipo is achieved through a procedure that involves only a local anesthetic and a small incision for the laser to be inserted. The cold laser then liquefies the fat cells and the liquid is sucked out rapidly. Liquid fat that was not suctioned out will simply be metabolized by the lymphatic system and subsequently eliminated from the body.
There are a few brands of devices used to perform cold laser lipo and all of them essentially operate in the same manner. The three main Laser Lipo systems are the Lumislim Pro-Laser Lipo system, Strawberry Lipo (20,000), and the I-Lipo system (40,000). Though the operational parameters are similar, the costs vary. Cutting straight to the chase I will go ahead and inform you that the Lumislim system can be purchased for as little as 11,000. The difference for you is the cost of the procedure, because the cost of the system governs the cost of the procedure in the doctor’s office.
If you are generally in good health, not obese, and simply have some problem fat spots on your body that you just can’t get rid of, laser liposuction is a good choice for you. The Lumislim system is the most affordable, so it is wise to seek a practitioner who has found favor with this brand. Naturally, the choice is yours. Remember, each system is effective, so don’t let the media flash of the brand names delude you.