AN INNOVATIVE WAY TO CONTOUR YOUR BODY!

ULTRASOUND CAVITATION, SKIN TIGHTENING, 

CELLULITE TREATMENT, BODY WRAPS, AND

LASER LIPO

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Laser Lipo

A unique opportunity to transform your shape, with less investment and no downtime

Unlike traditional liposuction techniques, Tulsa Body Sculpting Center uses a specific

laser wavelength to target & shrink unwanted fat so it can be more easily removed.

This helps to remove unwanted fat while reducing skin sagging and creating smooth contours. 

The laser energy targets unwanted fat and heats it to its melting point. In the process,

the heating tightens the surrounding skin and tissue to help firm the area. This means less

manual force is required to remove fat; therefore, post-procedure bruising and swelling are decreased.


Laser Lipo FAQ’s

1. What exactly is Laser Lipo?

Laser Lipo is a safe, painless, and completely non-invasive treatment

for spot fat reduction and aesthetic body contouring.


2. Is it safe?

Absolutely. Not a single known side effect to this day.  Laser Lipo treatments are completely

non-invasive and clients feel nothing but warmth.  The devices low level Light technology

has been studied and used for over 30 years for many biomedical purposes.


3. Do patients have to do other things?

Only for greater results. Fat loss of 3-7 inches is feasible with only minor lifestyle changes in 3 weeks. For greater fat loss of the order of 8-23 inches, greater lifestyle changes like diet and exercise are needed.


4. What do patients do to maintain the fat loss?

Normal things you need to keep weight off - diet and exercise, drinking water and the like.

If people go back to overeating and a poor diet they will gain fat back. But unlike

other treatments, clients do not need to do as much to retain the fat loss benefits.


5. How quickly will patients see results?

Many clients see measurable results after their first session. The number of sessions

they want is the only limitation to how much a patient can lose.


6. Where does the fat go?

That fat gets burned as energy in the body, or normal metabolic

processing-just like when you exercise and release fat.