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Accusculpt is a minimally invasive body contouring procedure that utilizes advanced laser technology to target and reduce localized fat deposits. The process begins with the administration of local anesthesia to ensure patient comfort. Once the area is numbed, a small incision is made through which a thin, flexible cannula equipped with a laser fiber is inserted. The laser energy is then directed at the fat cells, causing them to liquefy. The liquefied fat is subsequently suctioned out through the same cannula or absorbed by the body's natural metabolic processes over time. The laser also helps to stimulate collagen production, which can tighten and smooth the overlying skin.

Throughout the procedure, the surgeon carefully maneuvers the cannula to sculpt the treated area, enhancing the natural contours of the body. Accusculpt is particularly effective for areas resistant to diet and exercise, such as the abdomen, thighs, arms, and neck. The procedure typically takes about one to two hours, depending on the size and number of areas being treated. Post-operative care includes wearing a compression garment to minimize swelling and support the healing tissues, and patients can generally return to normal activities within a few days. The results of Accusculpt are usually visible immediately, with continued improvement over several weeks as the body heals and adjusts.

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