Tumescent Liposuction

Which Liposuction Treatment is the Best Procedure?

What did you do on New Year’s Eve?  Did you find yourself thinking about what goals you’d like to achieve in 2016?  Did any of those goals have anything to do with getting rid of that stubborn fat once and for all?If so, you’re not alone.  Most people focus on losing weight in the New [...]

Beach Body Confidence: Body Contouring in Guilford, CT at The Langdon Center

It’s time to get beach body ready! The Langdon Center in Guilford, CT offers a variety of body contouring procedures that will help you feel confident in your own body this summer! These include both non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures to fit each patient’s needs. FDA-cleared CoolSculpting in Guilford is a non-invasive method of fat [...]

By |2019-01-19T07:52:27-05:00May 7th, 2015|CoolSculpting, Liposuction, ProLipo, SLIMLipo, SmartLipo, Tumescent Liposuction|Comments Off on Beach Body Confidence: Body Contouring in Guilford, CT at The Langdon Center

The Thigh Gap More Popular Than Ever: SmartLipo Laser-Assisted Liposuction in New Haven County

Think that a slender inner thigh area is only for supermodels? The latest craze to hit Hollywood - “the thigh gap”—refers to the natural gap between the thighs of those with long, toned and slim legs. But we have good news for those of you who are unhappy with fat on the inner and outer [...]

Dr. Langdon Discusses CoolSculpting on WTNH

Did you miss Dr. Langdon's recent appearance on WTNH's hit show, "Connecticut Style"? Don't worry if you did -- watch the clip here. On the show, Dr. Langdon discussed his excitement with the new, non-surgical body contouring method CoolSculpting, now available at The Langdon Center in Guilford.This fat reduction process requires no surgery, downtime or [...]

How to Maximize Patient Comfort During Tumescent Liposuction

Robert Langdon, MD The Langdon Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery Tumescent anesthesia is achieved by the introduction of relatively large volumes of dilute local anesthetic solution into the subcutaneous fat layer. The anesthetic solution is generally composed of buffered lidocaine (0.05% - 0.1%) and epinephrine (1:1,000,000) in normal saline. Large volumes (several liters) of [...]

By |2019-02-11T03:32:56-05:00February 21st, 2012|Liposuction, Tumescent Liposuction|0 Comments
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