A small incision is made into a donor site such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, or flanks. Instead of targeting the fat cells directly, a thin, long cannula is placed beneath the skin and laser radiation is emitted to target the water-rich septae in the adipose tissue, or body fat. To speed up the fat harvesting process, a special fiber on the cannula allows energy to be dispersed in a 360-degree region. At the same time that the fat is being gradually freed from the surrounding tissue, the cannula is sucking it out. But that's not all: the laser energy's thermal impact cauterizes any compromised blood vessels and tightens the skin in the treatment area. Patients benefit from a faster recovery time as well as firm, slim outcomes! The fat that is removed is high-quality, living tissue that can be used to add volume to the areas that need it.
Precise laser energy is directed towards the fat in the treatment area. It makes it easier to dislodge fat cells, resulting in less damage them and surrounding tissues for removal. This way they have a better rate of success when grafted in the new place because this procedure safeguard the integrity of the fat cells. As a result, compared to typical liposuction and fat grafting treatments, you should expect a faster recovery period and more successful transplant results.