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What is this zerona laser treatment?

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Topical fat reductio: Zerona laser involves low level laser applied in a topical fashion for reduction of thickness of fat.

Answered 5/26/2014

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Low level laser: It is very low level laser used to help achieve circumference reduction when combined with supplements and exercise and diet. It does not actually affect the fat cells the way that the new fat melting devices do (ie: liposonix, ultrashape, zeltia)--these fat melting devices actually destroy the fat cells permanently whereas zerona does not.

Answered 3/26/2013

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Used to reduce fat: Zerona is a laser machiine that is supposedly reduce fat in areas like the flanks and abdomen. It is an external machine that works through massaging the areas in question. How much useful. It is supposedly a new method to help getting rid of excess fat without incisions.

Answered 8/1/2012

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Dr. Todd Sisto answered

Specializes in Plastic Surgery

A laser that: Which ostensibly opens pores in fat cells allow fat to diffuse out of the cell and then be burned for energy. It's supposed to have a maximal effect on the tissue it's focused on but also supposed to help everywhere. I'll have to see it to believe it so we have a trial planned. Stay tuned.

Answered 4/30/2015

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Dr. Anifat Balogun answered

Specializes in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

What is Zerona?: Zerona treatment is non-invasive, low level laser therapy for body contouring (fat reduction). It works by stimulating fat cells to liquefy. Usually you receive six treatments over a two week period. A recommended lifestyle protocol should be adhered to for best results. The waist, hips and thighs are the most common areas treated.

Answered 7/5/2012

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Targeted fat laser: Zerona is a device which uses laser technology at a specific wavelength meant to target fat cells. That being said, I am skeptical about the amount of fat it is able to "remove." as with any minimally invasive technology, the main problem is that the effects are usually minimal or short-lived. Ask to see your surgeon's personal results.

Answered 11/7/2015

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