Description of the Lypolitic Laser Process
The Lipolytic Laser applied by best liposuction surgeon in Jacksonville is the first system able to stimulate the physiological chain of enzymatic metabolism of fats using various techniques. In contrast to other methods on the market, this Lypolitic laser method not only works with photobiomodulation (special light method) – generated by photolipolysis (low level laser) – but it also uses active amplification to
With the aim of generating heat in the deepest areas of the dermis to activate heat-shock proteins, resulting in a long-term tightening of the skin tissue, and HPC mesotherapy which activates the penetration of special active substances into the skin needle-free but highly dosed sustainably the metabolism with increased accumulation of fat cells in all body areas.
The system can be applied to all areas of the body in case of fat accumulation: Upper arms, double chin, buttocks, thighs, calves, stomach.
Components of the Lypolitic Laser Process
The unique photo radio lipolysis with HPC mesotherapy acts through several mechanisms:
Low level laser at 630-680nm stimulates mitochondria and beta-2 receptors and forms fat cleaving lipase enzymes that cleave fats into glycerol, water and fatty acids (HF photolipolysis). Furthermore, the natural lymph flow is improved.
Capacitive monopolar radiofrequencies at 1 MHz for vasodilatation and release of heat shock proteins HSP-47, which increases collagen contraction and fatty acid metabolism.
Virtual HPC mesotherapy with special emulsions to increase cell permeability and thus remove the cleaved fatty acids.
Metabolism of fats
Fatty tissue consists of cells (adipocytes) which accumulate fats (triglycerides) in a semi-liquid state (glycerol, free fatty acids and water).
The volume of fatty tissue is stable and balanced according to the interaction of lipogenesis (the synthesis of triglycerine, fatty acids and glycerine phosphate) and lipolysis (the breakdown of triglycerides into released fatty acids).
Special membrane receptors of adipocytes regulate the interaction of lipogenesis and lipolysis, also called α- and β-receptors for the control of the entry and exit of fatty acids into / from the cell.
α receptors open the way for fatty acids to enter the adipocytes. β receptors serve as transformation way of the fat for the transformation into energy.
Structure of fat cells
Cells react to stimuli (cell sensitivity) they receive from their environment. This is an aspect that makes us understand the mode of action of the Lypolitic Laser method.
Some cells react to changes in light, temperature, pressure, humidity, gravity and change to an acid or alkaline state (pH). This is also the case with adipocytes. The beta-2-adrenergic receptors – such as mitochondria – experience an energy boost from the light of the laser diodes, lipase (enzymatic cleavage of lipids into fatty acid) is promoted and thus the physiological digestion of fat is accelerated.
Composition of the plasma membrane:
The plasma membrane consists of 50% fat / lipids and 50% protein. About 75% of the lipids are phospholipids (= lipids containing phosphorus, cholesterol and glycolipids).
Biomodulation of fat by low level laser therapy
A low level laser therapy is a light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. It is a technology that uses induced or stimulated emissions to produce a beam of coherent light monochromatic and targeted.
The biological physiological effects of low level laser therapy on tissue are not generated by the effects of heat development, but are caused by photochemical and photobiological effects / reactions in cells and tissue.
Low level laser diodes at 630-680nm stimulate physiologic metabolism of fatty tissues by photolipolysis. The wavelength range of 630-680nm specifically stimulates the mitochondria of fat cells and the beta-2 receptors of the fat cell membrane, forming a lipase enzyme (fat splitting).
This lipase enzyme fragments triglycerides, which make up 95% of fat cells, and converts them into glycerol, free fatty acids and water. Glycerol, free fatty acids and water are able to penetrate the cell walls of the fat cell.
Unlike the voluminous structure of the stable molecules of triglycerides – which the body stores as additional dietary energy – the split glycerols, free fatty acids and water are much smaller in molecular structure and can easily pass through the pores of the cell wall.
The amount of extracellular water is significantly increased due to stimulation by photoliplysis and the action of special emulsions. The flow of water in the extracellular space increases and allows radiolipolysis, the increase in temperature in the fat cell. This is necessary to stimulate heat shock proteins (responsible for the contraction of collagen) and deep heat generation. Lymph drainage is promoted and the amount of fluids and toxins that promote the formation of cellulite is reduced.
The circulation of the fatty acid metabolism in the subcutaneous tissue is promoted and the appearance of the skin above is greatly improved.