(PRWEB) September 05, 2014
The human race has practiced cosmetic surgery for a long time and archaeologists have discovered medical manuals dating back more than 3000 years. But at present, in the highly competitive field of Smartlipo, MetroMD, a clinic based in Los Angeles, has become a leader in all forms of cosmetic procedures -- especially in SmartLipo based advanced liposuction therapy having offices in several places of California.
Smartlipo is a procedure which allows the excess fat to be extracted -- be it our torso or buttocks -- in a very safe manner. SmartLipo is a laser-assisted lipolysis/liposuction unit, featuring in-console ThermaGuide and SmartSense delivery systems. The holistic lipolysis therapy unit makes it possible for experts to track real-time temperature and motion-sensing feedback, rendering unmatched efficiency and safety to the lipolysis procedure.
Dr Alex Martin, MD, and MetroMD's Medical Director puts it succinctly, "MetroMD's advanced SmartLipo therapy will help patients suffering from undesirable fat deposition in areas that are, otherwise difficult to remove using the traditional lipolysis procedure. Also it is very safe and the recovery period is simply remarkable which has reduced trauma from surgery and I am very happy MetroMD's SmartLipo based liposuction therapy are on the forefront of cosmetic innovation."
SmartLipo is laser-assisted liposuction that uses local anesthetic instead of general anesthetic which makes it a unique procedure, and the recovery time from traditional liposuction is much quicker and causes less discomfort to the body and mind. It is also very cost effective and significantly reduces the rehabilitation which was required earlier.
SmartLipo is a revolutionary method where the laser turns the fat into liquid making it easier to suction out. The process of fat removal and liquid suctioning used by SmartLipo is a version of Tumescent Liposuction. The procedure involves injecting a solution of saline, lidocaine, and epinephrine into the fatty regions of the areas to be treated. This tumescent fluid numbs the areas to be treated, while considerably decreasing bleeding. As a result, the procedure can be performed while the patient is awake with minimal discomfort.