Being fit and shapely is a dream all of us have. Diets, exercise and calorie-control is high on all of our priorities but sometimes, try as hard as we may, we are unable to lose weight – as much as we would like, or as fast as we would like to. In such cases, liposuction is an effective way of fat loss.
Non-invasive liposuction involves the use of techniques like laser energy, radiofrequency, cold therapy (cryolipolysis) or ultrasound energy to bring about fat loss. Non-invasive liposuction results in a less dramatic and extensive fat loss than surgical techniques. However, non-invasiveliposuction is not associated with any of the disadvantages of surgical liposuction such as risk of infection, long recovery times and high cost. In the case of non-invasive liposuction, suction is not used in order to extract the fat therefore, it may be more commonly referred to as laser lipolysis, cryolipolysis and body contouring on the basis of the technology used to bring about the fat loss.
Non-invasive liposuction is not ideal for obese people but rather for people with normal or slightly overweight people who have specific areas on their body that diet and exercise are not able to tackle. This slight excess of body fat can then be removed over multiple sessions of non-invasive liposuction.
Non-invasive liposuction techniques are many in number and many of them have only been recently developed. Therefore, it is important that these are practiced only by highly trained and well-qualified medical practitioners. Make sure you seek a reputed doctor who is familiar with the use of these techniques and will complete your procedure in a safe and effective manner.