CYNOSURE SMARTLIPO MPX
The Smartlipo laser-assisted lipolysis systems are highly efficacious for disrupting fat cells and tissue tightening through coagulation as part of a liposuction procedure.
- Given the cannula’s small size and gentleness of the procedure, Smartlipo laser-assisted lipolysis is a minimally invasive treatment that only requires local anesthesia—enhancing client safety and reducing the likelihood of side effects.
- A laser fiber is introduced through a small cannula, delivering energy directly to subcutaneous fat cells-to disrupt them. The emitted energy also coagulates tissue, thus inducing collagen retraction and tissue tightening.*
- The Smartlipo laser causes small blood vessels to coagulate immediately—resulting in less bleeding, swelling and bruising than conventional liposuction, for faster healing and recovery.
- Smartlipo supplements or augments traditional methods of liposuction treatment.
- Typically only one short treatment session is needed—enabling you to maximize your client throughput
Smartlipo Laser-assisted Lipolysis Wavelength Options
Smartlipo offers three distinct workstations for laser-assisted lipolysis. These separate workstations provide you with one, two or three wavelength options to maximize your procedure results. The determination of wavelength is based primarily on the chosen target’s ( or chromophore’s) affinity to absorb laser energy .
1064nm Smartlipo Wavelength: hemostasis in the blood vessels for less bleeding and bruising
Hemoglobin has a high absorption at the laser’s 1064-nm Nd:YAG wavelength. The pulsed structure of the Smartlipo at 1064-nm wavelength also provides high peak-power, which increases the efficiency of blood vessel coagulation. These two properties of the 1064-nm wavelength are designed to coagulate blood vessels during the laser lipolysis procedure which result in less bleeding and bruising.
1320nm Smartlipo Wavelength: absorbed by the water in the tissue located near the laser tip
The 1320-nm wavelength has a great affinity in adipose tissue. In addition the 1320-nm wavelength scatters minimally and is absorbed by water in the tissue to heat collagen, making it ideal for tightening tissue through coagulation.