Vaser liposuction is a new cosmetic procedure that removes body fat. It is as effective as traditional liposuction but is far less invasive with quicker recovery time.
Many patients are reluctant to undergo traditional liposuction, as it requires major surgery and an overnight stay in the hospital. It can also take many weeks to recover from the procedure.
Diet and exercise can only achieve so much. Many people find it difficult to lose weight the traditional way, and no matter what they try, they are left with pockets of stubborn fat.
If you are close to your target weight but haven’t achieved your desired body shape, it might be time to consider cosmetic alternatives.
Vaser Lipo uses ultrasonic technology to break down fat cells, which are then removed through a gentle suction process. This procedure is much less invasive and can be carried out using just local anesthetic.
Depending on how many areas are being treated, you can be in and out in your lunch break and immediately able to resume normal activities. The treatment can be used to remove fat from the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, flanks, hips, and chest.
Almost any area of the body can be reshaped, including delicate areas such as the neck, upper arms, and chin. There is minimal bruising, bleeding and scarring, with no damage to surrounding tissue.
This form of liposuction is suitable for men and women. While most women are seeking a lean, sculpted physique, men want to highlight muscle definition by decreasing their body-fat percentage.
Liposuction is used to enhance your appearance rather than for your health and is rarely available on the NHS.
Prices of treatments will vary depending on how much fat you intend to have removed and from how many areas of the body. The larger the area, the more expensive the treatment will be.
Fast and Affordable
Vaser Lipo is quick, effective and affordable, and treatment can be completed in less than an hour. Although the procedure is minimally invasive, it is important that you look for a qualified surgeon with the right experience.
Take time to ask questions, and make sure you are fully aware of what is involved, what the results will be and what will happen if anything goes wrong.