Bel Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery
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(425) 358-4164
1260 116th Ave NE, Ste 110, Bellevue, WA 98004

Seattle Laser Lipo

Seattle Laser LipoOne of the most effective and widely used ways to reduce fat, liposuction is typically a surgery that is performed on fatty deposits, often in the stomach, by making small incisions to remove the fat. While liposuction surgery is generally safe and effective, those patients that want significantly less risk involved, along with more precise fat removal, often choose non-surgical liposuction. Here at the Bel-Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery, we provide laser lipo in Seattle with the use of state-of-the-art technology called Smartlipo TRIPLEX. More safe and effective that regular surgery, our patients love the results they receive with non-surgical liposuction.

Ideal for both men and women, laser lipo is conducted by the use of ultrasound, radiofrequency, and laser energy. There is no suction or incisions involved with the procedure, ensuring that it is relatively pain-free and safe for those patients who want to get rid of excess fat quickly. Virtually no recovery time is needed after this procedure. In comparison to surgery, patients can resume their normal lives and daily routine almost immediately, getting back to work or childcare within 24 to 48 hours.

Many women choose to have laser lipo in the abdominal area, while men often choose the chin area to relieve fat. Liposuction can work on any fatty area of the body, with best results occurring in those patients that have fatty deposits over firm, elastic skin.  It is important to note that liposuction is not an alternative to proper diet and exercise, and while fatty deposits that are removed will not return, to promote overall health a patient should eat well and exercise often.

For more information about laser lipo in Seattle or to find more out about the Bel-Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery, call us today at (425)358-4164. An experienced and patient professional is more than happy to assist our new clients.