Zerona Laser Forum Helps Answer Questions About Innovative Liposuction Procedure
Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on January 9, 2010
One of the latest body contouring procedures has been deemed a “non-invasive liposuction breakthrough” by many doctors around the world, and is now becoming a popular procedure at many medical spas and cosmetic surgery centers around the United States. The Zerona laser is an innovative fat reduction procedure that promises to zap away inches without surgery. Now, patients interested in learning more about Zerona can participate in the Zerona Laser Forum that helps answer some of the questions and concerns surrounding the Zerona treatment.
The Zerona Laser Forum has been developed by an online consumer advocacy group that is comprised of a nationwide network of plastic surgeons, medical spas and health clubs. The goal of the forum is to provide non-surgical cosmetic patients with more treatment information, access to licensed professionals in the area, and also offers live representative assistance.
The Zerona laser procedure is designed to remove excess body fat around the hips, thighs, buttocks, abdomen and stomach, and is suitable for both men and women of average or slightly-above average weight. The treatment promises to be an effective alternative to liposuction, and has slowly gained popularity in the United States as an innovative body contouring solution.
Zerona’s treatment process involves five low-level laser diodes that are applied externally to the front and back of the patient’s body. The total treatment time lasts about 40 minutes and most people need to undergo a series of at least six sessions over a two week period in order to see results. Since the procedure is non-invasive, patients can return to work and physical activities immediately after the procedure.
The average price of a series of six treatments ranges between $2,500 to $4,000+ depending on the location of the treatment facility and the number of sessions.
More information about the Zerona laser can be found here.