During the 19th century, doctors and aesthetic medicine. Brought an impressive development to history. Thanks to this, the benefits for humanity were greater and greater. One of these advances was the evolution of antibiotics. Which made it possible to create new procedures. One of these procedures was performed by a specific group of doctors. Today, it may seen as something not so important. But from there, they began to make dissections of the skin. This is to remove fat.
The Evolution Of Non-Surgical Treatments
During the 1970s, cosmetic surgery became a topic of conversation and debate among many people. This was thanks to the fact that many Hollywood stars began to undergo surgeries. To improve the appearance of their bodies. During that period of time, liposculpture had great importance.
Thanks to the first successes in medical advances. People had the opportunity to alter their lives and physical appearance. And other aspects. This is how the modern surgery we know as liposuction was developed until 1990.
Liposuction has been the origin of each one of the techniques or treatments to reduce fat. So that’s why we must mention it if we want to talk about history. This technique perfected thanks to the research of surgeons around the world. A renowned surgeon commissioned to develop high-definition laser liposuction.
With this method, it was possible to use ultrasound energy to burst the fat cells. That exist in the patients’ bodies. The other good thing was that besides removing the fat. It was possible to do it without damaging the other vital tissues. Also, Recovery times were much shorter. This meant that patients could return to all activities in a much shorter time.
Cryopolisis, or “coolsculpting,” It is a non-invasive dermatological procedure. It used for the elimination of body fat through the cold. This method was developed by scientists from Massachusetts and Harvard University. It is a plate-shaped device that applied to the skin to cool adipocytes. Thanks to the application of cold, fat cells break down. This treatment can be an alternative to liposuction, with the difference that it is not invasive at all. So, there are no risks for the patient. This procedure is currently in advanced clinical research phases. And has given positive results.