The lipolaser is a laser technique that aims to achieve the destruction of subcutaneous adipose tissue and delivers excellent results in terms of reducing localised fat, shape changes and skin retraction.

For this particular treatment, we use our Fotona SP Dynamis Pro laser which provides a wide range of highly efficient, cutting-edge treatments that are performed on an outpatient basis. With more than 50 years of experience, Fotona is a world-leading company in the area of medical laser technology applied to gynaecology, aesthetics and dermatology.

What is lipolaser?

Laser lipolysis or lipolaser, consists of introducing the optical fibre of a laser through a small incision in the area to be treated. The effect of the laser destroys the fat cells whilst tightening the skin at the same time. It is a minimally invasive treatment, performed under local anaesthesia, and can be combined with aspiration (liposuction).

Why choose it over other alternative treatments?

Clear results are achieved in terms of fat reduction and modelling. Unlike other treatments, lipolaser prevents flaccidity of the skin in the treated area with notable quality improvements. Only one session is required, with a quick recovery and fewer complications can arise than with other techniques. Delicate or sensitive areas that are not suitable for liposuction may also be treated.

In which areas can it be applied?

Laser liposuction or laser liposculpture can not only be used to treat the supra or infraumbilical abdominal area. It is also effective for treating areas such as the hips, buttocks and sub gluteal area, thighs, calf, ankles, the cervical-dorsal region, lower back, arms, knees and even the underarm region.

How long do the results last?

The results are permanent as the weight gain or loss is homogeneous, and the existing body shape will be maintained. For this reason, lipolaser is one of the most in-demand and rewarding treatments in aesthetic medicine.

Lipolaser recovery: postoperative care

Recovery is much faster and more effective than after other similar treatments, and although the patient will generally be discharged immediately after the treatment, he/she should not drive during the first 24 hours.

Homogeneous compression of the treated area will be prescribed by means of garments or bandages (depending on the treated area) for at least the first two weeks. Lymphatic drainage sessions may also be required and will vary on case-by-case basis, considering which area has been treated and the level of adiposity.

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