At New England Laser Lipo in Shrewsbury, MA, we offer a full range of service to improve your look. Dr. Paul Willis, a board-certified physician, has over 20 years of experience helping patients reach their cosmetic goals. If you are interested in Smartlipo, Dr. Willis can work with you to create a treatment plan that is right for your needs. New England Laser Lipo offers free consultations for Smartlipo. You will have an opportunity to meet with one of our cosmetic doctors to discuss your concerns and goals. For your convenience, we have answered some of the most asked questions about Smartlipo. 

What is Smartlipo?

Smartlipo is a form of laser lipo that liquifies and destroys fat cells using a heated laser- lipolysis. With Smartlipo, patients often experience fewer side effects, reduced appearance of cellulite, and immediately noticeable results.

Is Smartlipo right for me?

During your consultation, we will perform a detailed review of your medical history and go over your expectations to see if Smartlipo is right for you. Usually, Smartlipo is ideal for patients who do not respond to dieting or exercising.

Is Smartlipo safe?

Most patients experience very little downtime with Smartlipo. Laser liposuction is considered a non-invasive treatment so that patients won’t experience the risk associated with invasive surgeries. 

Is Smartlipo painful?

Smartlipo is performed under local anesthetic, so there is a less of chance a patient will experience heavy swelling or bleeding. Some patients just explain the pain as a minor ache that may be solved with traditional methods. 

How soon will I see results?

Most patients notice results immediately after treatment. But to see the full extent of your progress, patients may need to wait 3-6 months. To maintain results, patients may need to change their exercise and eating habits.

What areas of the body can be treated with Smartlipo?

Smartlipo can be used to address issues in the abdomen, hips, thighs, knees, back, mons pubis, face, and neck.

 

 

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