Shreveport, Louisiana (PRWEB) August 20, 2009
Recently, there has been significant concern that "laser lipo" and other body contouring technologies that aim to eliminate fat actually may cause more harm than good. These "smart" liposuction technologies are touted to destroy, melt, coagulate, and otherwise damage excess fat in people wanting to slim their figures through cosmetic surgery. Several of the world's leading experts in body contouring recently discussed this topic at the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery's annual meeting in Las Vegas (http://www.wallcenter.com). The overwhelming consensus of this esteemed panel of aesthetic plastic surgeons was that the popular heat-producing liposuction technologies cause poor outcomes for many patients.
That's the bad news. The good news is that a revolutionary new Louisiana liposuction technology called RealLipo™ has been developed by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Simeon Wall, Jr. at The Wall Center for Plastic Surgery. Even better, RealLipo appears to be the new gold standard in body contouring. Dr. Wall, Jr. originally developed this technique to correct and refine the results of patients who had previously undergone liposuction. The improvements he achieved for these patients were so impressive that Dr. Wall, Jr. began applying RealLipo to all of his body contouring patients.
"I've never seen better results than what I can achieve with RealLipo, and the best part is that the skin and remaining fat are not damaged, leaving smooth, dramatic, and natural-looking results," explains Dr. Wall, Jr, a highly skilled Louisiana plastic surgeon. "Unlike all of the laser lipo machines we hear about in marketing hype, every patient who has RealLipo will attain an obvious, impressive result they can see and feel, and not have to worry about a laser burning their skin and tissues, or causing uneven skin."
Exclusively available at The Wall Center, RealLipo is a breakthrough in body contouring techniques, allowing dramatic reduction in areas of excess fat and smoothing in areas of unevenness to correct previous body contouring procedures. RealLipo utilizes specialized cannulas developed by Dr. Wall, Jr. to gently separate unwanted excess fat from its surrounding attachments and remove it. These unique cannulas are then used to eliminate any uneven areas without damaging the skin and remaining layer of fat. This multi-step process leaves a thin, smooth layer of fat under the skin to prevent contour deformities and scarring commonly seen in all other methods of liposuction.
"RealLipo does not involve the use of heat-generating lasers or ultrasonic devices that can burn and melt the body's tissues and cause severe scar contractures or other problems for my patients," notes Dr. Wall. "In addition to producing more dramatic and smoother results than traditional, ultrasonic, or laser liposuction procedures, RealLipo usually results in little to no bruising and requires minimal downtime."
The Wall Center for Plastic Surgery (http://www.wallcenter.com) is comprised of three board-certified plastic surgeons, Dr. Simeon Wall, Sr., Dr. Holly Wall, and Dr. Simeon Wall, Jr. They have over 50 years of combined experience in plastic surgery, and are known for their expertise in cosmetic surgery of the breast, body, and face. They perform over 700 breast augmentations and over 2000 cosmetic surgery procedures per year, and have consistently been selected as "Top Plastic Surgeons" by their peers and consumer groups alike. Their commitment to outstanding results has been highlighted by their patients' satisfaction with "no visible scar" breast augmentations, "short scar" breast lift procedures, and their dramatic "mommy makeovers." The Wall Center attracts patients from across the South, predominantly from Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Dr. Simeon Wall, Sr. has been a fixture of the Ark-La-Tex for over 30 years and has established a national and international clientele. Drs. Holly and Simeon Wall, Jr. are among a dozen surgeons in the country to be selected for Mentor Corporation's advisory board for breast augmentation, the LEAD Program. All three physicians have made it a priority to volunteer their time to perform cleft lip and palate surgeries for needy children. Dr. Wall, Sr. headed the North Louisiana Crippled Childrens Program for the Dept. of Health & Hospitals for 25 years. Drs. Holly and Simeon Wall, Jr. volunteer for the philanthropic organization Interplast in less-developed parts of the world, including trips to China, Peru, Brazil, Haiti, and Mexico. Both Dr. Holly Wall and Dr. Simeon Wall, Jr. performed their general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at Stanford University, one of the most highly respected plastic surgery programs in the country. They are Fellows of the American College of Surgeons and are active members of both the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.