Smartlipo: Results Are Proof of Surgical Expertise

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As with any cosmetic or plastic surgery procedure, surgical expertise and skill are key factors in the outcomes for patients. Smart Lipo laser body contouring is no different. Because of the advanced laser technologies and device settings, surgeons can dictate the results for each patient. Smartlipo laser workstations allow for trained physicians and surgeons to remove unwanted fat and tighten the skin, simultaneously, which is why Smart Lipo has grown in popularity since it was FDA approved in 2006.


In addition, Smart Lipo is also used for fat transfers, when patients want to remove fat from one area of the body where fat deposits are more abundant, and re-deposit or transfer the fat to another region or area where they would like more volume. A common example of this is when female patients have fat removed from their abdominal or hip areas, and transfer the fat to their breasts, buttocks or even their face. For men, in most cases, they elect to have fat removed from their flanks and waist, and have the fat re-deposited in their abs to give them a six-pack look. This is now more commonly known as “high definition lipo.”

Fat transfer procedures utilizing Smartlipo technologies are considered a two-in-one surgery that requires added training and experience for the surgeons performing fat transfer procedures.

Many of the listed surgeons on have performed hundreds, and even thousands of procedures using Smart Lipo devices. Surgeons are required to go through proper training before performing procedures on patients.

It is important for patients to review surgeon profiles and preview before and after images of actual patients in advance, to see the actual outcomes and results for different surgeons, patients and areas of the body. This is very helpful in selecting the most experienced surgeon for the specific Smartlipo procedure you want.

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