Are Laser Breast-Lifting Treatments Painful?
Laser breast lifting treatments can cause some mild discomfort in some patients during their treatment sessions. Most patients report that the pain dissolves immediately after the treatment has been completed. Fotona laser breast-lifting procedures are non-invasive and are generally well tolerated.
Laser breast lifting does not cause any burning or adverse side effects to the breasts. It is safe and incurs lower risk of skin damage, scarring, infections, and other complications that may arise from surgical procedures.
A discussion with your practitioner is your best option to reduce any discomfort associated with laser breast-lifting treatments. Some of the pain remedies include anaesthetic cream applied 40 minutes prior to treatments. Tylenol or Advil pain medication can also assist patients in receiving a comfortable laser treatment experience. Your laser operator can best determine pain remedies for your treatment during your treatment. Patients may experience some subsequent heat lingering within the skin of the treated breast area following treatments. All symptoms associated with Fotona laser breast lifting should subside within a few hours of treatments.
Does Breast Lifting Require Post-Op Care?
Fotona laser breast-lifting procedures require no post-op care. However, some patients may experience dry skin that feels tight. These symptoms are totally normal after laser breast-lifting treatments and can be expected from the thermal energy produced within the dermal structures of the treated areas. Patients may consistently moisturize their breasts to avoid any dryness that they may experience in their breasts.
How Long Do Results Last?
After your first non-surgical breast lift procedure, lifting and tightening of the breast are visible immediately. A minimum of 3 treatments are required, with treatment intervals of every 3 weeks to produce desirable, optimal results. Maintenance treatments are recommended every 6 months to sustain the skin tightening and lifting effects in the breasts.