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Pre-operative Tips to Prepare for Chin Liposuction

A double chin and drooping jaw line is a common aesthetic concern among both men and women. Natural aging, genetics, weight gain and other lifestyle factors cause fat to accumulate under the chin. Chin liposuction in NYC using the minimally invasive Smartlipo Triplex Workstation is a perfect option to address this aesthetic concern. The procedure gets rid of unwanted fatty tissues under the chin (beneath the jowl, and along the upper part of the neck), improves the appearance of neck, and results a more youthful appearance. An FDA approved device, the Smartlipo workstation comes with three powerful laser wavelengths–1064nm, 1320nm and 1440nm. The procedure begins with the surgeon administering local anesthesia in the treatment areas (chin, jowls and/or neck). Once the area is numbed, the device’s cannula is inserted under the skin via a small incision. Laser energy is then delivered to those areas precisely to target and melt the excess fat so that it can be easily suctioned off. The unique intelligent delivery systems of the Smartlipo workstation – SmartSense™, ThermaGuide™ and ThermaView™ – allow for reliable and controlled energy delivery, which prevents overtreatment, while simultaneously tightening the skin. When compared to conventional liposuction surgery, the laser liposuction comes with several benefits like – minimal pain, swelling and discomfort, tiny incisions, administers local anesthesia, minimal scarring and reduced surgical trauma and quick recovery with long-lasting results. Pre-Operative Tips for Chin Liposuction Though this minimally-invasive chin liposuction treatment involves significantly less downtime and quick recovery, following your plastic surgeon’s pre-operative care instructions is important for smooth recovery and long-lasting outcomes. Complete the pre-operative steps 2 weeks before the procedure. Here are some useful tips – · Fix a pre-appointment with your plastic surgeon to review the treatment plan at least two weeks before finalizing the date of the surgery. · Get a complete medical evaluation from your primary care physician and the necessary laboratory tests.