Posts Tagged ‘liposuction risks’

Posts Tagged ‘liposuction risks’

If you are a person who has a problem with having a double chin or hanging jowls some people can be rude to give unkind remarks by calling you with terrible nicknames such as “turkey neck”. Undergoing chin liposuction may offer the solution for a well defined chin. Fat can accumulate under the jawline. Many people try to exercise and diet to lose the double chin but to no avail. Exercise can improve the muscle tone but the fat under the chin will still remain.

It only takes just one session to restore the natural contour of your chin. Surgeons have been using minimally invasive lipolysis. Through the use of a minimally invasive device a micro-cannula is inserted through very minute (small) incisions underneath the skin. The cannula use for this procedure is about 2mm. In diameter not larger than the lead pencil.The powerful energy that it produces can destroy stubborn fat cells melting them instantly. The laser not only tightens the loose skin of the chin but it makes it taut. The surgeon usually uses local anaesthesia for the said procedure.

The device also comes with skin temperature monitoring to prevent the liposuction side effects and liposuction risks of over treatment. It ensures comfortable surgical experience for both the patient and the doctor. The device is U.S. FDA approved which offers less painful results. It is involves a fast pace treatment which aids in quick liposuction recovery. The incisions do heal faster. It also coagulates tissue minimizing the liposuction risks of bleeding causing fewer traumas in the treated area. Facelift surgery takes a longer time for liposuction recovery. Suturing is not required so there are no scars. Chin liposuction is done on an outpatient basis. The end effect is having a well defined, distinct jaw line to complement your face.