What is laser lipolysis, laser fat melting?

Laser technology is now at your service in aesthetics as in many branches of medicine. The laser energy is transferred to the adipose tissue with a very thin fiberoptic cable and thus the fat cells are destroyed by breaking down. By converting some of the laser energy into heat under the skin, it causes the loose skin to be tightened and recovered. Tightening and recovery are not seen in classical liposuction. This is one of the important advantages of the laser lipolysis-liposuction system and is attributed to the stimulation of new collagen production. In classical liposuction, with the help of long tubes called cannula, the subcutaneous fat tissue is vacuumed and aspirated at levels up to 2-3 atmospheres. The classical liposuction procedure is based on experience and it is not easy to get uniform results that do not sag. If only lipolysis will be performed in the laser, that is, the fat tissue will be melted, the excretion from the body is provided by the lymphatic system. In the same way, the excretion takes place by the lymphatic way in the weakening made by natural means. For this reason, melting fat with laser lipolysis is currently the most physiological way. If fat is to be melted in large volumes, it can be combined with the classical liposuction procedure. In this case, less bruising, less edema and swelling will develop and more uniform results will be obtained. Combining the classical liposuction procedure with laser is unrivaled in the treatment of areas where relaxation and sagging are at the forefront, such as the inside of the legs and arms. Studies have shown that the reason for this tightening is that the fat cells cannot function with laser energy and disperse. Meanwhile, it was determined that the laser energy affecting the lower skin increased the tissue quality by affecting the collagen and elastic fibers.
When the laser light hits the adipose tissue, it breaks down the wall of the fat cells with a photothermic effect. The lower layers of the skin are reorganized. The result of this effect is an increase in tissue quality and tightening.
The process begins with marking the areas with regional excess fat. Afterwards, local anesthetic is given to the area to be treated to protect from photothermal energy. After a waiting period of 10 minutes, the laser fiber optic cable is sent into the adipose tissue. With this cable, all layers of the adipose tissue are scanned. After a certain amount of energy is released to the tissue, the process is terminated. It does not require stitches and a printed bandage is applied after the procedure.
It is very advantageous that laser fat melting can be done under local anesthesia and that there is very little bruising and swelling after the procedure. Generally, one session is sufficient for each region, and the duration of the procedure varies between 15 and 60 minutes for each region.
This method can be used in any area where there is a problem with adipose tissue. It can be easily used in areas that require fine work, such as the abdomen, back, waist, chin and jowl, male breast, arm sagging and face area.
It allows women and men to quickly get rid of unwanted fat areas, especially in areas that do not respond to diet and exercise. It is suitable for patients above the ideal weight and to eliminate localized, stubborn fat accumulation.