Cost of Laser Liposuction
It is becoming increasingly popular to turn to surgical and similar means of rolling back time, getting rid of sagging skin, and dropping weight quickly. With the advent of Lipodissolve, mesotherapy, injection lipolysis, botox, and various forms of liposuction and plastic surgery, many of us have begun to seek answers to how much different treatments cost and where we can find a reputable and trustworthy surgeon or doctor.
Laser liposuction is one of the more common and considered to be one of the safe forms of liposuction. It is normally used to get rid of relatively small fat deposits, such as muffin tops and love handles, but can be used over a large portion of the body overall. Thousands of people undergo laser liposuction each year, regardless of the cost and potential side effects.
Believe it or not, the cost does not seem to put off many people. While many assume that, because thousands of people have the treatment each year, it must be relatively cost-effective. This assumption is very wrong. In fact, this procedure is somewhat expensive and geared more toward the upper echelons of society than toward the average Joe or Jane.
The cost varies based on where you are having the procedure done, who is doing it, and what part of your body is being focused on. It is worthwhile, if you do choose this procedure, to make sure the doctor is excellent, even if it means paying a little more. On average, expect to pay at least $5,000 total for one single area, including anesthetic, doctor’s/facility fee, and similar costs. Costs can increase exponentially of course, and multiple sites will obviously, contribute significantly to the cost.
Is it worth the cost? For some, it is, but, for others, the answer is a resounding no. Some people report little or no change to their bodies, while a few sing the praises of laser liposuction. Before deciding that this procedure is for you, speak with a licensed health-care professional, especially if cost is a serious issue for you. There are many home remedies and non-invasive treatments that often work just as good without the hefty price tag.