Is all Smart Lipo technology basically the same? (photos)
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Technology may be similar, however, plastic if surgeon experience is more important.
Repeated liposuction can have its own concerns and issues- a skilled surgeon who has many tools including smart lipo, Vader ultrasound, etc is preferred to just anyone who has a machine.
An exam and consultation with a plastic surgeon who performs these procedures regularly is recommended to confirm you are a candidate as well as discuss your options and expectations.
Thanks for your question. I do think you'd be a candidate for some additional treatment. Smartlipo is probably the most popular laser-liposuction technology on the market. It has not changed much over the past 5 years or so. As long as you are seeing a plastic surgeon who has experience, you do not need to leave your area. You can likely see a nice improvement. Best wishes.
The difference in lipo results comes from the surgeon, not from the laser
A skilled liposuction surgeon can make you look good with or without a laser. The laser merely adds heat which adds a touch of skin tightening while real lipo is conducted in the deeper layers to do the major work. Anyone who tells you otherwise is stretching the truth considerably. All lasers do this because they all generate heat. Patented doesn't mean better, it just means different. Anyone can patent an idea, it's not a test of quality.
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