The procedure is performed through introducing diluted lidocaine and adrenaline via mini incisions on the skin surface. Lidocaine is the anaesthetising agent spread over the area and leaving it numb; adrenaline produces the temporary contraction of vessels in the area, therefore meaning that the risk of bleeding is highly reduced and the technique has less bruises and post-op pain.

The area to treat needs to be divided into a grid adjusting to the protocol and dosimetry to be used to perform a regulated, effective and homogenous technique. The fibre optic is inserted through the mini-incision emitting laser light in a fan pattern at a constant speed and at different depths until the entire scheduled energy is entered. The last passes are more on the surface and with basically focused parameters to obtain skin tightening and retraction of the fibrous septa in subcutaneous cells. The treatment is performed on each and every grid in the same way.

Possible side effects are the appearance of bruises, contusions and pain or temporary numbness, but in a much less traumatic way than with conventional liposuction. The discomfort that may be felt is similar to the stiffness after an intense gym session. The compress is removed after 4-7 days during the night and kept for a short time more for daytime use. No rest is required, analgesics can be taken to control any discomfort and moderate physical activity is highly recommended.


  • Immediate skin-tightening effect after reducing volume thanks to eliminating fat cells.
  • Reduced tissue trauma.
  • Shorter recovery period for the patient and gentler side effects.
  • Easy fat extraction.
  • Bruises, contusions and pain or temporary numbness are possible side effects although in a much less traumatic way than with conventional liposuction.

Dr. Alberto Morano · Dra. Renee Mora · Dra. Isabel Caballero.
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