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Eleme Medical Launches SmoothLipo(TM) Body Shaping Treatment
Date:11/19/2008

New Breakthrough Technology Leaves Skin Consistently Smooth and Visibly Tight

MERRIMACK, N.H., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Body-sculpting technology with consistently smooth, visibly tight results called SmoothLipo(TM) has launched in the U.S. and is now available to those who want effective body reshaping without major surgery. Launched by Eleme Medical Inc., a leader in aesthetic body shaping technology, SmoothLipo is a laser device for minimally invasive laser-assisted lipolysis, which contours the body by treating local fat deposits and is recommended for areas where skin laxity is a concern and the patient desires firmer and smoother-looking skin.

"The SmoothLipo device is a significant advance in the field of body contouring as it helps patients achieve localized fat reduction as well as optimum skin tightening," said Dr. Cheryl Karcher, Manhattan-based, board-certified dermatologist who is an expert in fat reduction techniques and technologies. "I also like the decreased patient risk profile of the treatment compared to earlier laser lipolysis options. This laser is continuous wave which means there is less chance of the patient experiencing thermal injuries."

The SmoothLipo device uses an advanced form of laser lipolysis, which better utilizes thermal energy to break down fat cells and tighten skin in the treated areas as demonstrated by three years of clinical and research experience. The breakthrough science includes the use of a 980-nm continuous wave laser, which creates greater body-shaping uniformity while allowing for a gentler effect on surrounding skin tissue, resulting in faster recovery time and less risk of patient complications.

"Plastic surgeons have been getting excellent results with traditional liposuction for more than three decades. I've investigated a number of techniques and technologies that showed minimal if any improvements over traditional liposuction
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