Even though the results of laserlipolysis can be quite spectacular, it is not realistic to hope for perfection.
Laserlipolysis enhances the body with a new contour thanks to the reducing of centimetres in localised areas; however it is not sufficient for achieving a harmonic figure. The tonicity of the skin and muscles also play an extremely important role in the appearance of people.
On some occasions it is necessary to surgically extract the excess skin and fat in order to complete the results of the laserlipolysis.
The problem known as “cellulite” or the flabby and wrinkled appearance of the skin, very frequent in women, can also be improved with laserlipolysis.
Minor bleeding and a reduced formation of haematomas have also been observed with respect to the old type of liposuction. Normally it is only necessary to take an analgesic to overcome any post-op discomfort after laserlipolysis combined with the tumescent and peristaltic technique.
To sum up, laserlipolysis with the tumescent technique has demonstrated that it is capable of producing more harmonious results even in large areas of fat, minimising haematomas and swelling, and all of this with a local anaesthetic.
At the end of the treatment the fatty tissue will be more compact and have greater tone without any surface irregularities. Due to the lipolysis effect produced by the laser, the body contours improve day by day, providing the expected results within 30 to 90 days.