VASER high-definition liposuction can give you a body to die for, even if you don’t like going to the gym.
VASER Liposuction is the high-definition treatment that can get you shredded, saving you years of struggle in the gym.
You may have heard of liposuction, which is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the United States. Over 250,000 lipo procedures were performed in the U.S. in 2018 and numbers only continue to increase.
Liposuction is a procedure that removes fat deposits from your body using anesthesia, a saline solution, and a metal tube known as a cannula to suction fat from underneath your skin.
VASER liposuction also targets pesky pockets of fat under the skin, but the cosmetic procedure is unique in that it is highly selective. The popular cosmetic procedure allows your surgeon to etch the areas around muscles on various body parts, including the arms, chest, chin, neck, upper back, waistline, stomach, hips, thighs, and buttocks. This distinction gives VASER liposuction a solid reputation for body sculpting.
VASER is an acronym that stands for Vibration of Sound Energy at Resonance. The name refers to the ultrasound technology used to disrupt the bonds between fat cells.
The procedure is similar to traditional liposuction but is considered far more controlled and gentler on the body. Performing the procedure requires a surgeon with a high level of skill and experience to achieve optimal results.
What kind of results can you expect?
While you should never consider VASER high-definition liposuction as a weight loss tool, the procedure can help you lose that last layer of fat that lingers despite diet and exercise.
Sure, you could lift and do cardio in the gym until you drop. But why, when VASER Liposuction is well within your reach?
How Does VASER High-Definition Liposuction Get You Ripped Outside of the Gym?
Using a handheld device, your VASER liposuction surgeon will permanently remove fat from the treatment area. The ultrasound technology allows your surgeon to carefully sculpt the areas around your muscles, revealing your body’s underlying musculature.
Instead of spending hours in the gym, you can undergo one or more sessions of VASER lipo to achieve the body you’ve always wanted.
The VASER High-Definition Liposuction Procedure
The surgeon performs VASER liposuction under general anesthesia and it takes around two hours to complete. A tiny incision (less than an inch) will be placed within the natural folds of your skin. For VASER lipo of the arm, for example, the incision may be placed in the armpit. The strategic location of the incision helps to mask the scarring so that is nearly invisible once healed.
The surgeon use the incisions next to inject a tumescent solution that causes the fat at the treatment site to float. The solution also optimizes the transfer of ultrasound energy.
They use the same type of solution during traditional liposuction, whereby the surgeon will immediately suck out the fat using a thin tube called a cannula.
VASER liposuction works a bit differently. Protective skin ports are placed in the incisions. These ports keep the energy from transferring to your skin. The surgeon will then inserted into the ported incision site, which melts the fat, making it easier to extract with the liposuction cannula.
VASER Requires an Artist’s Touch
When employing VASER liposuction, surgeons have to make careful movements to melt the fat around the muscle. A liposuction cannula is then inserted, which allows your surgeon to extract the melted fat solution from your body.
Once the surgeon has extracted desired amount of fat, the skin ports will be removed by your surgeon before the incision is closed.
The surgeon might ask you to wear a compression garment on the treatment area after you awaken from anesthesia. The garment will put pressure on the treatment site, which improves blood flow and aids in proper healing.
Who is a Good Candidate for VASER High-Definition Liposuction?
If you toil in the gym and watch what you eat and still find yourself unable to lose that final layer of fat, VASER Lipo may be for you. Good candidates for this muscle-etching, body contouring procedure are generally healthy and close to their ideal weight. Your cosmetic surgeon will also insist that you be willing to continue eating healthily and follow an exercise program after the VASER liposuction procedure.
Wait, You Still Have to Work Out After VASER?
While results from VASER can be permanent, the way your body looks after you recover from the procedure is up to you. After undergoing liposuction, you will need to commit to eating right and exercising regularly so that your body doesn’t regain the fat deposits that VASER liposuction removed.
Also, there is no way to eliminate the visible signs of aging. Weight fluctuation and simple gravity can all affect the way your results appear over time.
What Can You Expect After VASER Liposuction?
After VASER high-definition liposuction, the treatment area may appear slightly bruised and swollen. The results of the procedure may not be immediately evident. Those will come later, after your body has healed, and the swelling has subsided.
They will give you sterilized cotton pads to dress the treatment area. Over the next 24 to 48 hours, you may experience weeping fluid. Drink extra fluids during this time to flush the anesthesia from your body. They will also require you to wear a compression garment for several weeks to reduce the swelling.
After three to six months, you should begin seeing results as your body settles into its newly modified form. For some VASER liposuction patients, it may take a couple more months to see the true results of the surgery.
Ready to Get Shredded with VASER Liposuction?
World-renowned cosmetic surgeon Dr. Babak Moeinolmolki (Dr. Moein for short) is proud to offer a variety of aesthetic procedures at his esteemed facility in Los Angeles, California. Moein Surgical Arts is where Dr. Moeinolmolki offers VASER liposuction. Call (310)694-4486 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Moein to discuss your body contouring goals and save yourself years of struggle in the gym.