Improve Your Liposuction Experience with the Lysonix 3000Last Updated: February 17, 2017 | Author:
With this latest device, Memorial Plastic Surgery offers liposuction with unmatched precision, safety, and results
Liposuction is a surgical procedure that reshapes areas of the body including the thighs, hips, back and buttocks. The method makes use of a suction technique to remove excess fat in between the skin and muscle and enable aesthetic body contouring.
Lysonix 3000 Ultrasound Assisted Liposuction System is a machine that has the ability to reduce unwanted fat and allow aesthetic contouring in different areas of the body. It is intended for the liquefaction and aspiration of soft tissues and fatty deposits to aid in plastic and reconstructive surgical processes including liposuction.
This state-of-the-art medical device provides not only promising results but also added benefits over other liposuction procedures. These include smaller incision sites, faster procedural period, and minimal bleeding and bruising.
It also has the ability to distinguish and selectively destroy fat from beneficial tissue. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (2008), the Lysonix 3000 “has been shown to improve the ease and effectiveness of liposuction in fibrous areas of the body, such as the upper back or the enlarged male breast.”
More importantly, what other machines are able to do using more ultrasonic energy, the Lysonix 3000 can also do using less – decreasing the risk of side effects like swelling and burning.
In addition, the Lysonix “ultrasonically fragments living and necrotic tissue by a process called cavitation” (Medical Expo, 2013). Cavitation is the process wherein microscopic bubbles are created and are forced to collapse in order to liquefy or fragment the targeted fatty deposits. These bubbles are generated by vibrations from the tip of the device’s hand-piece probe.
This latest addition to Memorial Plastic Surgery’s line-up of instruments perfectly complements Dr. Patrick Hsu’s skills in the fields of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.
Visit http://www.memorialplasticsurgery.com/ or call 713 633 4411 to set up an appointment.