Dr. Vendetti is pleased to announce the addition of our new liposuction service, Smartlipo!
Smartlipo laser body contouring is a minimally invasive, laser-assisted lipolysis procedure that targets trouble spots like the abdomen, arms, buttocks, thighs, and neck, and permanently eliminates fat. So if your problem areas won’t respond to exercise and diet, Smartlipo provides dramatic improvements with greater results, minimal downtime, and less pain than traditional liposuction.
How does it work?
Smartlipo is designed exclusively to perform laser-assisted lipolysis, commonly refered to as laser liposuction. The laser literally melts fat, which is removed with gentle suction. At the same time, tissue coagulation through laser energy that is delivered, contributing to an overall smoother shape. Three wavelengths provide targeted treatments to disrupt fat; coagulate blood vessels and stimulate collagen which helps to tighten skin and improve elasticity by. 57%1.
- Smartlipo uses local anesthesia to numb only a specific area of the body being treated so you’re awake during the procedure- No General Anesthesia!
- The Smartlipo laser fiber is inserted through a very small tube into your body, the laser ruptures the fat cell membranes, and the fat cells are permanently destroyed
- The liquefied fat is gently suctioned out. Because Smartlipo actually tightens the skin through coagulation, you don’t have to worry about dimpling and sagging skin
What results can I expect?
For most people, results are achieved in just one treatment. Results can be seen within a week, with continued improvement over 3-6 months.
Treatment plans can be adjusted to fit everyone’s lifestyle. With Smartlipo, you’re in our doctor’s office one day and turning heads the next. Are you ready? It’s time to reshape your body and reshape your life. Call or contact us here!
1 DiBernardo BE, “Randomized, blinded split abdomen study
evaluationg skin shrinkage and skin tightening in laser-assisted
liposuction versus liposuction control”
Aesthetic Surgery Journal October 2010; 30(4) 593-602.