Lipo Laser treatment is a procedure using low-level lasers to target fat stores in your body. It works to convert these deposits into energy and melt tissue, which is burned off in post-treatment exercise. One major benefit is that it is conducted by a licensed doctor. It's also approved by the FDA and considered a safer alternative to Liposuction.
Lipo Laser treatment was first introduced and approved by the FDA in 2006. It has seen growing popularity as an alternative to liposuction, though side effects can still be an issue.
There is plenty of scientific research backing up the claims associated with the Lipo Laser machine. They have proven that this is an effective way to get rid of fat cells and (possibly) lose a couple pounds, but it would be nice to see a clinical study comparing this to much more affordable weight-loss options. It's also important to note that this process does not stop weight gain if the dieter does nothing to change lifestyle. We emphasize unbiased science to validate a product's promises.
Skin surgery is routinely performed by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, mostly using local anaesthesia.
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Skin Graft / Punch Graft
Skin grafting is a type of graft surgery involving the transplantation of skin. The transplanted tissue is called a skin graft. Skin grafting is often used to treat:
Extensive wounding or trauma
Areas of extensive skin loss due to infection such as necrotizing fasciitis or purpura fulminans
Specific surgeries that may require skin grafts for healing to occur - most commonly removal of skin cancers
Skin grafts are often employed after serious injuries when some of the body's skin is damaged. Surgical removal (excision or debridement) of the damaged skin is followed by skin grafting. The grafting serves two purposes: reduce the course of treatment needed (and time in the hospital), and improve the function and appearance of the area of the body which receives the skin graft.
Nail surgery is a highly specialized type of surgery, which requires specific training. Surgery on the nail is usually performed to obtain samples from areas of the nail apparatus like the nail root (matrix); nail bed (the portion of skin which lies under the nail), nail plate or surrounding soft tissue to diagnose benign or malignant nail tumors.
Other reasons for removing nail tissue are: nail deformity or disease, onyhcomycosis, lichen planus or nail psoriasis. Furthermore partial or complete removal and repair of the nail tissue is performed to remove different nail growths, benign or malignant tumors, cysts, or release of ingrown toenail, removal of nail deformity (dystrophy), pincer nails, onychogryposis (curved nails), traumatic nail scarring etc. We also specialize in performing tissue sparing-techniques like Mohs surgery for non-melanoma nail cancers.
Ear Cut Revision
cosmetic ear surgery is performed in case where the physical look of the ear is deformed in certain ways, and a natural look is missing. These conditions might have existed during a child's birth or might have happened due to an accident or an injury. The common types of misshapen ears include ears that protrude sideways excessively, larger than normal earlobes and lop ear (a condition in which the tip folds down and elongates forward) and shell ears - a condition where certain parts of the ear are missing or deformed.
The procedure is an easy one and can be done as an outpatient treatment. The healing process takes place in two to three weeks, and medications have to be followed during this period.
Mole transplant can now be done for anyone who desires a 'beauty spot' on the face.
Our clinic performs ear piercing in a safe and sterile environment. Ear piercing should always be performed in a clean fashion because of the risk of more serious complications from infection or improper placement of instruments.
ear piercing in children should be postponed until the child can properly fight off potential infection and take care of the area themselves; usually 7 or 8 years old. If you still decide to pierce your infant's ears you should wait until the baby is at least 3 months old, when the immune system is at least partially developed and could fight off minor infections.