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Science of Zerona Lipolaser

ZERONA is a new non-invasive body sculpting procedure designed to remove fat and contour the body without invasive surgery. ZERONA The first non-invasive body contouring procedure to effectively remove excess fat. The Zerona Lipo Laser is FDA Cleared for non Invasive Body Contouring.

Science of Zerona Lipolaser

From Theory to Therapy

ZERONA™ utilizes the Erchonia® Laser Scanner, the safest and most researched low-level laser in the world. Initially designed and FDA approved for use during liposuction, the non-invasive Erchonia laser is applied to emulsify the adipose tissue and release excess fat into the interstitial space. From there, fat is passed through the body during its normal course of detoxification.

Whether performing traditional liposuction procedures or following the new ZERONA™ protocol, physicians can be confident they are treating their patients with the safest and most researched low level laser in the world.

The ZERONA™ procedure has been proven through a double-blind, randomized, multi-site and placebo-controlled clinical study in which patients, on average, lost 3.64 inches from their waist, hips, and thighs. These results were dramatic compared to the placebo group, which only lost an average of half an inch over the same time period.

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  • Healthy adipose cells
  • Fat droplets seeping from the cell membrane
  • Collapse of adipose cell-emulsification

The remarkable images above demonstrate the low-level laser's ability to emulsify adipose tissue. The pictures highlight the safe collapse of the rigid adipose cell and the secretion of triglycerides and fatty acid from the cell.




How Triglycerides and Fatty Acids Escape

These images show the formation of a transitory pore forming in the bi-lipid membrane of an adipose cell. This pore is the direct result of safe, low-level laser stimulation and the reason why the triglycerides and fatty acids are able to move into the interstitial space. The tiny pore causes no damage to the cell. It simply allows the fatty content to safely evacuate the cell.