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La búsqueda de la armonía en las piernas y tobillos
ha sido una constante en el campo de la cirugía estética.
Las peculiares bases anatómicas de rodillas,gemelos y tobillos
han condicionado hasta ahora la liposucción en estas zonas.
En IML disponemos de la técnica más avanzada para tratar la grasa de estas zonas,
que incluye el diseño de un equipo específico para rodillas, gemelos y tobillos.
El equipo de Lipolaser® de IML posee una
longitud de onda selectiva para la destrucción de la grasa.
La técnica de IML consigue una
retracción cutánea eficaz, evitando la flacidez.
  

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