Effect of laser and tumenescent liposuction on skin retraction and turgor

Abstract


The authors describe clinical results of the laser liposuction procedure using the MultiPlex technology. They give a
comparative quantitative assessment of the effect of laser and tumenescent liposuction on skin retraction and turgor by
the example of three patients. Processing local fat deposits by laser emission resulted in the increased skin turgor and
elasticity in the liposuction area in all subjects, and skin retraction and higher skin elasticity were more evident than with
the use of the traditional liposuction method.

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