Lipo Lasers and the Infusion Process
Burning fat found in adipose tissue is an important part of the treatment process when using lipo laser machines. The infusion process, also known as the injection process, is the series of actions taken to melt body fat using a single laser. That single laser is responsible for penetrating the body's surface to incinerate the unwanted fat.
The infusion process frees the unnecessary lipids by allowing these organic compounds to be drained and eliminated from the body's system. The process literally allows fat to be evacuated so that the human body can be healthy.
In the early 1980s, Dr. Yves-Gerard Illouz invented the first method of liposuction using a high-vacuum suction that would inject fluids into the body. This would be used after breaking down lipids. Later, the methodology of using lasers began (this replaced fluid injection). Over time, this method has been proven to be greatly effective compared to the more complicated process from decades ago.
The infusion strength of these lasers is based on three components: wavelength, paddles, and diode placement. These components are important to recognize in order to choose for the best contemporary and useful machine. Better lasers will lead to an improved process, which will lead to advantageous results. Treatment sessions will be faster and more effective. Plus, if you use lasers with the most optimum infusion size, clients can undergo less sessions.
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