There is a solution for women and men who struggle with pockets of excess body fat that do not respond to diet and exercise, even in areas of the body where a traditional liposuction procedure is not possible. Using state-of-the-art laser liposuction in Houston, Texas, Dr. Do and his team at the Aesthetic Surgery Institute can help you remove stubborn fat and tighten loose skin for a sleeker, slimmer appearance.Schedule consultation
Lasers are amplified light energy, produced in a beam or ray that can be frequency adjusted using specialized equipment. Laser liposuction works by using this energy to safely liquefy fat cells in the middle layers of the skin. These minimally invasive techniques are considered a safe, precise, and relatively painless way to remove fat deposits in the neck, upper arms, abdomen, and thighs.
Sometimes called a SmartLipo® procedure after a popular brand of medical laser device, laser liposuction in our Houston center is a popular endoscopic surgery option with a short recovery time.
Are you wondering how laser liposuction works? Using controlled bursts of laser energy, the target fat cells are melted or liquified, and then suctioned out through a tiny incision in the skin. The laser beam also coagulates blood vessels to reduce bleeding, and stimulates collagen which tightens skin and improves its elasticity.
At the Aesthetic Surgery Institute, Dr. Do uses a specialized low energy laser to loosen and remove excess body fat.
The cost of your laser liposuction in Houston will vary depending on the size of the areas to be treated. In general, laser liposuction costs more than traditional liposuction but offers some better results and less recovery time for many people. Dr. Do has 15 years of experience in the field and can recommend the most cost-effective option for your unique needs.
Nationwide, prices for this procedure range from $2,500 to $5,450 per area, with larger areas like the stomach or butt at the higher end of that range.1 Rather than searching for the cheapest laser liposuction near me, we recommend our available financing to allow every patient access to the highest quality of care.
Which is better, laser lipo or liposuction performed the traditional way? The answer depends on which areas of the body need to be sculpted and to what extent. Some of the reasons Dr. Do might recommend laser liposuction vs. traditional liposuction include:
Laser liposuction is not intended for major weight loss and is most appropriate for people who are near their ideal weight. Most healthy women and men are good candidates for minor surgical procedures like this one, with the exception of those who:
Dr. Do will help you determine if laser liposuction is the best option, or if you should consider another fat reduction method we offer. There are many liposuction techniques available at the Aesthetic Surgery Institute, including ultrasound liposuction, radiofrequency liposuction, and CoolSculpting®. You can book a virtual consultation today for free to find out if laser lipo is the right choice for you.
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