A flat and well-toned abdomen is something which many of us strive for through exercise and weight control. Sometimes these methods cannot achieve our goals.

Laser Lipolysis means the breakdown of fat cells by laser but is commonly used and accepted for removal or reduction of fatty tissues. FDA approved this system in 2006. The procedure uses a fiber laser to melt unwanted fat. Laser treatment stimulates the fat cell and turns it into liquefied fat within the cell and moves from inside the cell to outside the cell where it absorbed by lymphatic system. These parts of body are the best candidates for lypolysis: arms, double chin, back, waist, hips and abdomen.



This surgery can be done for obese people from 18 to 65 years old. This surgery has been done for two purposes:

  • Limiting how much you can to feel fullness sooner.
  • Reducing the absorption of nutrients.

In fact, two surgeries can be done at the same time. You lose 80 to 100% of your extra weight during 9-14 months and. The long-term success of gastric bypass surgery depends on your ability to make permanent changes in your lifestyle. Gastric bypass has a high success rate in obese people. Also, obese people who have high risk of medical problem (including diabetes, cordial diseases and blood circulation problems) can do this surgery to reduce the risk of these diseases