It is easier to control the degree of regaining weight with medical aesthetics. Fitness or diet weight loss is to reduce the fat cells in our body instead of excluding them out of the body. Liposuction or lipolysis is to reduce the fat cells in the body. Once a person is an adult After that, the number of fat cells is basically stable, and the number of fat cells in everyone’s body is the same. The fat or thinness of a person depends on the size of the fat cells in the body.
Traditional liposuction surgery uses negative pressure suction, ultrasound and other means to remove the subcutaneous fat accumulated locally through a small skin incision or puncture hole. Common liposuction techniques include syringe liposuction, electric negative pressure liposuction, ultrasonic liposuction, resonance liposuction, hydrodynamic liposuction, etc. It can quickly solve the problem of fat accumulation, shape the S curve, and have a long-lasting effect and not easy to rebound. Although liposuction is effective, there are several obvious disadvantages:
1) It must be coordinated with other parts of the body, not as much as you want, but wherever you want;
2) Liposuction is a traumatic operation, which requires a certain period of recovery, and cannot return to normal life immediately after the operation, and requires bed rest for 1-2 days;
3) The number of people who can adapt to it is limited. After the operation, it is necessary to wear a medical elastic compression suit, which needs to be fixed for 1-3 months;
4) It will cause uneven skin surface and leave small scars. The operation has certain risks and sequelae.
Compared with traditional liposuction surgery, cryolipolysis has the advantages of less pain, no trauma, and short recovery period. Fat-dissolving instruments include freezing fat-dissolving, ultrasonic fat-dissolving, etc. The common method is to destroy fat cells, make them decompose or apoptotic. There is no need to extract fat through negative pressure and other methods. Instead, it is excreted from the body through natural metabolism of the body.
The main principle of cryolipolysis is to freeze specific fat cells at low temperatures. The frozen energy is precisely controlled by the non-invasive frozen energy extraction device and is delivered to the designated fat-dissolving part, and the fat cells in the designated part are eliminated in a targeted manner, so that the fat cells are rapidly aging and apoptosis in a short period of time, and they are excreted from the body with the body’s metabolism. , Body fat gradually decreases. This process generally takes 2-3 months to achieve the effect of partial fat reduction and weight loss. Cryolipolysis is more localized, so this program is not suitable for people who are obese, and it is more for people who have stubborn fats that are difficult to solve locally. Cryolipolysis is effective once for most people with a little fat; for a small number of people after the fat layer, it needs to be done twice.
As the lipids in fat cells in our body are more sensitive to low temperature than water, fat cells are particularly susceptible to freezing damage and apoptosis, which is a normal programmed cell death. Approximately 50 to 70 billion cells in our body undergo apoptosis every day. This is a normal metabolic process, and these fat cells destroyed by freezing are swallowed by phagocytes in the same way as other apoptotic cells, and then pass The lymphatic system is processed and removed.
Of course, cryolipolysis is only for subcutaneous fat, which is meat that can be pinched, but not for the fat in the viscera. We follow a rigorous attitude. The energy of freezing fat reduction will not reach the internal organs, but will only stay in the position of subcutaneous fat. Ladies who are worried about the cold of the palace do not have to worry. The treated adipose tissue is sucked into the treatment cup of the treatment handle by vacuum suction, and is exposed to controlled cryotherapy. After one hour of treatment, the fat thickness can be uniformly reduced by 25%.
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