Liposuction is a catch-all term for all suction-based surgical fat removal procedures. Liposuction’s various types refer specifically to the techniques and equipment used to carry out the procedure.

Most doctors agree that any method of liposuction can be efficient. One of the most important considerations to make when selecting a liposuction method are:

● Your specific aesthetic objectives
● The amount of fat that must be removed
● Your anesthesia preferences and medical history

VASER liposuction is an ultrasound-assisted liposuction procedure. VASER lipo is tumescent lipo with an additional step to liquefy fat cells before suctioning them out. This type of lipo is less invasive, but it cannot remove as much fat in a single session.

In the traditional liposuction procedure, after making an incision, a cannula is inserted into the profound tissue and moved back and forth. This movement disintegrates fat cells, which are then suctioned from the body.

VASER liposuction is a newly developed type of treatment that is especially efficient in removing stubborn fat deposits that do not respond well to lifestyle changes. It is less invasive than conventional liposuction and has several advantages, including a shorter recovery time and less tissue damage. The results are visible immediately after the technique, but you must keep a healthy lifestyle to ensure they last.

 

Is VASER liposuction a safe procedure?

Liposuction is a popular cosmetic procedure, and the VASER method has been used for more than 15 years. VASER liposuction has been verified to be safe, with few side effects. It has also been shown to induce less blood loss than conventional liposuction, particularly when treating larger areas.

 

Who is eligible for VASER liposuction?

VASER liposuction is available to anyone for cosmetic purposes. It is especially useful if you want to tone and reshape your body by removing fat deposits that are difficult to eliminate through exercise and diet alone. It cannot, however, be used to treat obesity.

 

Which procedure is most invasive?

The most invasive type of lipo is traditional liposuction. This procedure is frequently carried out under general anesthesia and thus can remove considerable quantities of fat (up to 14 pounds) in a single session. Traditional liposuction employs motion — the back-and-forth movement of a cannula — to remove fat cells prior to suction removal.

 

What are the benefits of using VASER liposuction?

VASER liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure because it only requires minor incisions and leaves minimal skin damage without the use of stitches. As a consequence, VASER liposuction is less painful than traditional liposuction and results in less bleeding and bruising. Other benefits include:

● Faster recovery times – depending on the degree of your treatment, you may be able to resume work in as little as 2-3 days.
● Selective fat targeting means that the ultrasound waves only disintegrate fat cells, leaving nearby structures like blood vessels and nerves unharmed.
● Cellulite removal – unlike classical liposuction, VASER can eliminate cellulite from specific areas.

Would You Like To Discuss The Pros And Cons Of Vaser Liposuction In More Detail?

If you’re considering having liposuction, the wisest choice is to meet with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon to discuss your specific needs and aesthetic goals.

VASER Liposuction may be an excellent choice for you due to its minimal downtime and immediate results. (Check the link to discover all details about Liposuction.)

During your first consultation with Lipo Shape, we will spend some time explaining the procedure and assessing whether you are a good candidate.

Make an appointment with us and discover the joy of loving your body.

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