In a statistical study carried out in Spain, the type of aesthetic interventions that most people resort to became known. The results showed that the most requested procedures are: Breast augmentation and liposuction .Of course, it is well known that not the entire population can afford liposuction or liposculpture. In addition, the passage through the operating room is usually rejected for reasons such as fear of medical instruments, the effort of a slow recovery or the complexity of the procedures to undergo such procedures.It is clear that before there were no options or motivation for people to go to medical centers to practice liposuction or liposculpture. However, advances in medicine have reached such a degree that simpler, cheaper and less invasive alternative treatments can now be performed.

What is hydrolipoclasia?

One of the alternatives to liposuction, with observable short-term results, is the so-called hydrolipoclasia .

According to its etymology, hydrolipoclasia is based on the breakdown of fat cells . This is achieved by introducing to the body a solution free of toxins and microorganisms (sterile) in the localized fat accumulations.

After the procedure is accompanied by ultrasound , which are high-frequency sound waves that will vibrate the solution in the fatty tissue, degrading the objectives.

The most common areas of the body in which hydrolipoclasia can be carried out are the legs, knees, thighs, abdomen.

What is hydrolipoclasia for?

The purpose of a hydrolipoclasy is not so much the significant loss of weight, but the elimination of accumulations of fat that have not been reduced with diet, exercise or other methods. Its main characteristic is that it is not performed surgically.

Hydrolipoclasia serves to:

  • Reduce measurements in various areas of the body
  • Eliminate some fat build-up
  • Shape the desired area with the breakdown of fat
  • As an alternative to liposuction and liposculpture
  • Reduce recovery time, compared to other treatments
  • As a non-surgical treatment for fat removal.

Unlike liposuction, hydrolipoclasia has a simpler postoperative or recovery stage, in which an overnight observation in the hospital is not required. The incisions to introduce the solution are very small, and as is the pain, so the application of anesthesia is not necessary.

The requirements for a good recovery is to wear a compression girdle in the area where the hydrolipoclasia has been practiced, to perform lymphatic massages to help mobilize fat and relieve any swelling that has occurred.

Does hydrolipoclasia have side effects?

Hydrolipoclasia has no apparent side effects , since it is not a surgical procedure. In addition, it is a question of ensuring that the solution that is going to break up the fat accumulations is sterile, that is, it will not promote the proliferation of harmful microorganisms.

Ultrasound are high-frequency sound waves intended to support the breakdown of clumps of fat, and do not have the potential effect of physically or chemically altering the integrity of the body. Hydrolipoclasia is a very safe procedure, but despite this it is essential to contact a specialist to do it.

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Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of ​​expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

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