GPS Laser Liposuction

GPS Laser Liposuction - Abu Dhabi

GPS Laser Liposuction, also known as GPS-guided laser liposuction, is a surgical technique used for body contouring and fat reduction. While traditional liposuction involves manually removing fat deposits from the body, GPS Laser Liposuction combines the use of laser energy and global positioning system (GPS) technology to enhance the precision and effectiveness of the procedure.

Here's how the process generally works:

  1. 1.  An initial consultation: You will meet with a qualified plastic surgeon to discuss your goals, expectations, and determine if you are a suitable candidate for the procedure. The surgeon will evaluate your overall health, assess the target areas for liposuction, and explain the benefits and potential risks associated with GPS Laser Liposuction.
  2. 2.  Pre-operative preparations: Before the surgery, you may be asked to undergo certain pre-operative tests and provide relevant medical information. The surgeon may also provide instructions on dietary restrictions, medications to avoid, and other preparatory measures.
  3. 3.  Anesthesia: On the day of the procedure, you will be given anesthesia to ensure your comfort throughout the surgery. The type of anesthesia used can vary, ranging from local anesthesia (numbing the target area) to general anesthesia (rendering you unconscious).
  4. 4.  GPS mapping: Once the anesthesia takes effect, the surgeon will use GPS technology to map out the target areas where fat will be removed. GPS helps guide the surgeon's movements, ensuring precise and accurate treatment.
  5. 5.  Laser energy application: After mapping the target areas, the surgeon will make small incisions and insert a thin cannula (hollow tube) equipped with a laser fiber. The laser fiber delivers controlled energy to the fat cells, liquefying them for easier removal. The laser energy also stimulates collagen production, which can help improve skin tightness and overall results.
  6. 6.  Fat removal: Following the laser application, the surgeon will use a suction device, such as a syringe or a vacuum-assisted system, to gently remove the liquefied fat cells from the body. This process contours the treated area and reduces excess fat.
  7. 7.  Incision closure: Once the desired amount of fat has been removed, the surgeon will close the incisions using sutures or adhesive strips. In some cases, the incisions may be left open to allow for drainage.
  8. 8.  Recovery and post-operative care: You will be provided with specific instructions on post-operative care, including wearing compression garments, taking prescribed medications, managing any discomfort, and avoiding strenuous activities. Follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your progress and address any concerns.

It's important to note that GPS Laser Liposuction is a surgical procedure, and like any surgical intervention, it carries risks. These risks can include infection, bleeding, scarring, asymmetry, skin irregularities, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. Therefore, it's crucial to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon who can evaluate your individual case and guide you through the procedure safely.

GPS Laser Liposuction Abu Dhabi