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    The Principle Of Laser Lipolysis

    Laser lipolysis is a therapeutic modality that is currently used to treat localized fat and promote cutaneous retraction. Compared to conventional liposuction, removing fat using laser lipolysis has a shorter post-operative recovery time and fewer adverse effects.
    The wavelength of 980 nm is highly absorbed in water and hemoglobin. With a thermal penetration depth less of than a Nd:YAG laser, the 980 nm wavelength is outstandingly safe and precise to protect the surrounding tissue. Applying laser directly to adipose tissue causes fat liquefaction, blood vessel coagulation and collagen denaturation. The thermal damage induces neocollagenesis and skin contraction. The technique’s safety is well documented.

    The Principle Of Laser Vascular Removal

    Compared to the CO2 laser, the diode laser 980nm exhibits a significantly better hemostasis and therefore prevents bleeding during the treatment. Optimum results with modern laser technology. The small diode laser is the ideal system for outpatient laser treatments such as lipolysis and vascular lesions including facial telangiectasias.
    laser vascular contrast before and after
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