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* You should stop smoking at least two months before and after the surgery, or even longer if the procedure is extensive and involves a larger area. Remember that you are at higher risk of complications and may experience delayed recovery if you are smoking because the nicotine constricts the blood vessels and prevents oxygen from effectively reaching the skin that could have promote fast healing.













As opposed to the traditional technique of a hollowed-out cannula insertion, loosening and beating up the fat tissue, and then sucking it out, this mechanical particulation is replaced by the heat of laser energy. Inside the liposuction cannula, fibers carrying laser light deliver their heat to the targeted fat breaking it down into a liquid 'soup' which can be suctioned out. In theory, the heat from the laser also causes the overlying skin to tighten.













Milan Doshi is Cosmetic Surgeon and an Indian Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Milan Doshi is a qualified expert. He is the founder and the Medical Director of Allure MedSpa. He wears different hats - He is a cosmetic surgeon at the prestigious Lilavati Hospital and BSES MG Hospital in Mumbai, has been awarded the top Liposuction Surgeon in Mumbai for body sculpting and is also an eminent faculty at the Ethic on Institute of Surgical Education. His talent is evident in treating various celebrities, keeping their aesthetic appeal intact. As an illustrious aesthetic surgeon, Dr. Doshi is known for his calm and peaceful approach towards his patients. He believes in beautification which has to be both ways- internal as well as external.













Liposuction for men is an uncomplicated procedure that all cosmetic plastic surgeon can perform. They are many benefits associated with liposuction especially with Tumescent Liposuction. Among them are speedy recover and less painful procedure. So, if you are man who have the above problems and having trouble to solve them, then Liposuction is the choice you should think of.













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I am all for any form of advancement in liposuction, which is a fairly traumatic procedure on the tissues. While effective, liposuction is still one of the most 'brutal' procedures that we as plastic surgeons do. Is laser-assted liposuction a better method of liposuction?.....ask me again in 5 years!













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Laser-assisted liposuction, or the zapping of unwanted fat by directed light energy, is one of the most promising methods of improved fat removal. Traditional liposuction, while effective, is fairly traumatic to the body and can cause a lot of bruising and swelling and usually involves some recovery after surgery.













After obtaining international membership with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, he is now an undisputable professional and his qualifications and certifications are just a testament to his success. His focus instills confidence; his personal attention speaks of his commitment which affirms his professionalism in the industry. He is not only one of the best in his field he is also a certified mentor under the ages of ISAPS.













Much like ultrasonic-assisted liposuction when it was introduced 10 years ago, laser-assisted liposuction may be a popular trend that, in the end, will fare no better. It will undoubtably have its place in liposuction options and armamentarium but I doubt if it is magic or whether it offers a quantum leap forward in patient outcomes and recovery times. While it is another method of removing fat, I remain skeptical if all of the marketing claims of laser-assisted liposuction such as a quicker recovery and skin tightening can live up to the hype.













Liposuction is also not recommended for people who have certain health conditions such as immunodeficiency disorders, cardiac arrhythmias, seizure disorders, excessive bleeding, or a significant history of blood clots in the legs or blood clots in the lungs.






If you don’t have very much skin elasticity you may not be a good candidate because your skin may take on a wrinkly or crepe look which can bother some people more than others.













The real question is....are they truly better than basic liposuction...and is the higher costs of using it worth it compared to traditional liposuction? (someone has to pay for the equipment purchase...and that someone is you the patient!) To date, laser-assisted liposuction is tremendously appealing, particularly to the general public. Historically, any treatment associated with the word, laser, always causes mass patient allure. No clinical trials have yet been reported however, that I have seen, that have ever directly compared any laser-assisted vs traditional liposuction procedure in patients. Nor has any large clinical trial been done that even compares two differently-treated patient groups, no matter how impossible it really is to 'match' patients from different groups. So while all laser liposuction devices are FDA approved, this stamp of approva applies primarily to the safety of the devices, not necesarily to how effective they are compared to traditional liposuction techniques.













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