DID YOU KNOW that a new fiberoptic laser liposuction device (SLIM Lipo) is a permanent solution to axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive armpit sweating)?
Well, it’s true, and that is why you may sometimes see this procedure referred to as “SweatLipo”. There is no actual liposuction involved in the treatment of excessive sweating, but the fiberoptic laser that is the same one that is used in standard laser liposuction procedures for fat loss.
Keep Reading to learn more about using lasers for treating excessive sweating…
There are so many things to consider if you’re thinking about having liposuction…
Laser lipo vs tumescent lipo? Multiple small procedures or one big procedure? Which surgeon should you choose? And, of course, how much does it cost?
Keep Reading to get the skinny on the cost of liposuction surgery!
This is an example of the incredible transformation liposuction can make when done safely, sensibly, and correctly!
This is a 37 year old woman who wanted a sexier, more feminine physique, and also wanted to fit better in her clothes (don’t we all?). She had a combined liposuction procedure using both laser liposuction and traditional liposuction techniques, and this is the truly amazing result less than two months after her surgery.
The overall difference in her shape and size is remarkable, but even at this early stage you can’t find a single ripple, wrinkle, lump or bump. She’s obviously thrilled with these results, which are very uncommon when liposuction is performed in the wrong setting by the wrong people. Make sure your plastic surgeon is qualified to be doing procedures like this before you sign on the dotted line, and if a price seems too good to be true, just remember that it probably is.
If you have any questions about laser liposuction or tumescent liposuction, feel free to contact us at 917-703-7069 (call or text), or send us a message through our website at www.MASNewYork.com.
Nicholas Vendemia, M.D.
Plastic Surgeon New York
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NOTICE: None of the celebrities or individuals discussed here have ever received treatment, surgery, medical advice, or evaluations from any author, physician, surgeon, or representative of this blog. All images and photos in this article represent models only. No actual patients or clients are shown.