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Fat Freezing

The cooling of fat in pockets to remove resistant fat from the body by natural methods. This remodel the shape of the body and improve bulges of resistant fat. This procedure causes the frozen fat cells to metabolize by natural pathways of the body over a period of 6 to 12 weeks.


How does it work?

One or two suction and cooling heads (independently controlled) with large surface areas are placed on the areas to be treated. The Cryo immobilizing the fat tissue, and isolating the treated area from the surrounding tissue.

Low temperature (0 to -5 C depending on the thickness of the localized area for a controlled period of time.

Once the cooling procedure is completed, the fat cells are liberated into the lymphatic system and gradually eliminated by the body’s natural metabolic processes. Lipolysis Fat Freezing.

After the treatment is completed, patients may immediately return to their normal activities including work and exercise.

What can be expected?

Several days after the procedure, the cooled fat cells begin a process called “apoptosis” and begin to shrink. These damaged fat cells are slowly metabolized over several months by the body and removed through the liver. Cold Technology is highly effective and produces consistent results.


When can we see results?

With the Cryo treatment and thereafter up to 12 weeks. Results thus far prove that one can lose from 5cm to 10cm per area.


How many treatments are needed?

1 to 3 treatments are needed per area depending on the thickness of the resistant fat. Treatments can be repeated at 45 day intervals of the same area. It can be used on all skin types and ages.


Side Effects?

This procedure is considered safe for most patients. Some of these risks may include redness, bruising and reduced sensation in the treated area for a short period of time. These side effects are normal and usually go away quickly.

Laser lipo has shown promising results for fat reduction with fewer risks and complications than other weight loss procedures.

Results may be permanent if you maintain a healthy weight, diet, and lifestyle. Additionally, the laser energy stimulates collagen production, which may help prevent sagging skin after the procedure.


What is a laser lipo?

Laser lipo or laser liposuction is a method of fat removal that uses laser energy to melt fat cells without surgery. After the cells are liquefied, they can be vacuumed or drained out through small tubes. 


Because the tube used in laser lipo is smaller than the tube used in traditional liposuction, surgeons prefer this method for confined areas, such as the chin and face. Laser lipo may also result in firmer, tighter, and soft skin because it helps produce collagen and elastin.


Laser lipo is ideal for contouring areas of the body that may have stubborn fat, such as:

  • Abs

  • Back

  • Flanks

  • Thighs

  • Buttocks

  • Upper arms


Laser lipo has minimal side effects and does not cause any injury to the surrounding tissues at the treatment sites.


Who are candidates for laser lipo?

In order to undergo a laser lipo procedure, you should be healthy and near your ideal weight. You should not undergo laser lipo if you are pregnant or menstruating or if you have:


Inform your physician if you recently had surgery or are taking anticoagulants or medications that induce light sensitivity. Your physician may recommend that you avoid undergoing laser lipo.


How is laser lipo performed?

Laser lipo can be performed at a physician’s office under local anesthesia. Because it does not require general anesthesia, you are wide awake during the procedure. 

  • The targeted area is numbed beforehand.

  • Next, a small incision is made to insert a tiny laser under the skin to liquefy the fat. 

  • Following the liquefaction, a small tube is inserted to suck out the melted fat from beneath the skin.

Following the procedure, your doctor may ask you to rest for a few days before returning to work. However, most people recover immediately after the procedure with few complications.


What are the pros and cons of laser lipo?


  • Noninvasive

  • Less recovery time needed

  • Less swelling and pain after the procedure

  • Low chances of infection

  • Does not require much pre-procedure preparation


  • Fat reduction takes place over the course of weeks or months

  • Requires several treatments to get the desired look

  • Cannot remove large areas of fat

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