Liposuction at my Las Vegas and Henderson, NV locations is synonymous with slimmer waistlines and renewed confidence. Smartlipo TriPlex takes it a step further: It’s the perfect fit for someone seeking the benefits of traditional liposuction combined with smoother, firmer skin and speedier recovery time.
Here’s how it works.
I use the specialized Smartlipo cannula, which is very thin and contains a laser fiber, to melt targeted fat cells. This powerful tool combines 3 wavelengths of laser energy to not only remove fat, but also produce healthier, more elastic skin by encouraging collagen production. Past versions of this technique didn’t even come close to the powerful combination of these 3 lasers.
Here’s how it’s performed.
Smartlipo is an outpatient procedure using a local anesthetic. A quick side note: Remember to always check your plastic surgeon’s credentials before scheduling any surgery. All surgeries should be performed in an accredited facility — they comply with sterilization techniques and various other health requirements. Your doctor should also always use a board-certified anesthesiologist.
The procedure is similar to liposuction, but I use the thin Smartlipo cannula that contains the laser fiber, liquefying fat before it’s removed. This fiber decreases bruising and swelling, tightens skin, and melts fat.
For patients looking to reverse the effects of pregnancy, Smartlipo is often part of a mommy makeover. The most popular combination of procedures is liposuction, tummy tuck, and breast enhancement.
Here’s the difference in recovery and results.
Because I use a local anesthetic, recovery is shorter and easier than traditional tumescent liposuction. You may experience some minor bruising, but you’ll be able to resume your normal schedule within 1 to 2 days of your Smartlipo procedure.
Surveyed patients have reported a 94% satisfaction rate. Because Smartlipo encourages collagen growth, skin in the treated areas will gradually become healthier and more toned in the weeks and months that follow your procedure.