Liposuction was once a fairly lengthy procedure, requiring an even lengthier recovery time
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) December 4, 2006
A new method of liposuction has been introduced by a leading cosmetic surgical centre in Toronto, Ontario.
Toronto Cosmetic Clinic announced that the new method, known as laser assisted liposuction, will be offered to clients who prefer a shorter liposuction procedure with less adverse side effects.
"Liposuction was once a fairly lengthy procedure, requiring an even lengthier recovery time," Dr. Behnaz Yazdanfar, director of Toronto Cosmetic Clinic, states. "But by simply including the use of a low-level laser during the procedure, there is far less trauma to the patient's body. It is a remarkable advancement in cosmetic surgery."
Low-level laser assisted liposuction was developed by Dr. Rodrigo Neira. A low level laser is used painlessly to liquefy fat in the area that is to receive liposuction treatment. Research has shown that doing this a few minutes before liposuction makes it easier and faster to remove undesirable fat, which in turn, reduces the amount of discomfort experienced by the patient.
After the procedure, patients sustain less pain, bruising, and swelling than other traditional forms of liposuction.
The laser assisted liposuction procedure at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic will utilize the Erchonia Niera 4L™ Liposuction Laser. The FDA approved device is manufactured by Arizona based Erchonia Medical Inc.
For more information on laser assisted liposuction, contact Toronto Cosmetic Clinic at 5400 Yonge Street, Suite # 110, or visit http://www.tcclinic.com/
About Toronto Cosmetic Clinic:
Toronto Cosmetic Clinic is a premier cosmetic surgical clinic providing a complete range of procedures for the aesthetic improvement of an individual. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, a team of dedicated doctors and medical staff serve clients in the modern and clean facilities of a private surgical centre. Toronto Cosmetic Clinic is home to leading physicians in gastric banding, injectable fillers, BOTOX®, breast augmentation, and laser hair removal.
Sina Kashani, director of public relations
Toronto Cosmetic Clinic