This short informational article provides interested readers with a brief introduction on some of the many specifications of lipo laser machines. A third generation LED lipo laser machine can be considered to be a fairly advanced machine in view of the fact that there have, of course, been many upgrades and technological advancements since lipo laser machines were first introduced to clinical fat removal specialists and their patients.
Alongside this brief introduction, it is necessary for prospective patients to appreciate why they would be advantaged by such treatment. They also need to take into account whether they will need this non-invasive form of surgery at all. For example, if their weight and levels of fat fall far short of what medical practitioners would diagnose as morbid obesity then the chances are good that such candidates would have no need for such surgery.
The necessary alternative for them would simply be a healthy exercise and dieting plan, among other life changing recommendations. But for the morbidly obese, in other words; grossly overweight and high levels of fat in all areas of the body, the recommendation may well come from their medical specialists to go in for this safe treatment which must be carried out by qualified technicians who have been specifically trained to use the apparatus.
It is not so much a case of taking the easy way out of things, but today, many medical professionals look forward to the day when it becomes necessary for them to introduce their patients to this form of non-invasive surgery. They have come to appreciate through experience that non-invasive surgery in general carries far less risks for particularly vulnerable patients. Those who are morbidly obese are indeed extremely vulnerable, given their precarious health conditions.
Each clinical case is unique, and the LED powered lipo laser machines are programmed for such variations. For example, different revolution rates or speeds can be programmed commensurate with the patient’s fat levels. Only strategic areas of the body, those areas that carry excess levels of fat that hinder the patient’s health and movement, are focused on. Since these machines were first introduced to the health services industry, many research studies have been necessarily carried out.
Today, the research evidence is quite clear. Studies have shown that the introduction of laser light to subcutaneous fat in the human body is beneficial in the sense that it does produce positive results. Those results dictate that excessive fat is removed from areas of the body as safely as possible and with minimal risks to the patient’s health. While recovery time is always required in such cases, therapy sessions vary commensurate with the patient’s unique physical and health conditions.
High frequency and low wavelengths of laser light emissions need to be in operation to hit the target areas effectively. The human body adjusts itself before such laser light exposure when its temperature increases. This happens when wavelength strength is between 900 to 1400 nanometers. Thereafter, wavelength strength decreases as fat is removed from the body.