Vaser Liposuction Surgery Procedure

 

Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that aims to remove fat deposits under the skin. With the vaser liposuction method, the adipose tissue is loosened and broken down, so that fat can be removed more effectively during the treatment.

“Vaser” stands for vibration amplification of sound energy at resonance. This ultrasound technology uses powerful waves to break the bonds between fat cells. Vaser liposuction is a safe and comfortable method. It's possible to get good results under the guidance of an experienced expert.

 

Vaser Liposuction: Procedure

General anesthesia or sedation is mostly preferred during the vaser liposuction. Firstly, an anesthetic saline solution is injected into the targeted area. A tiny incision is then made into the skin to insert the ultrasound probes. Fat tissue begins to break down slowly. A probe is applied to evacuate the adipose tissue and the liquid by vacuuming. After the procedure is over, some liquid is left in the candidate's body as a pain reliever. The body absorbs this fluid over time.

 

Vaser Liposuction: Risks and Side Effects

Vaser liposuction has a low-risk procedure. As with other cosmetic operations, some risks and side effects may occur. It should be conscious of the risk of infection. Common side effects include:

  • Bruising and bleeding,
  • Mild pain in the area where liposuction is applied,
  • Scar after liposuction,
  • Asymmetry and skin irregularities,
  • Swelling in the days following the operation.

 

After the Vaser Liposuction

After the operation, some bruising and swelling may be seen in the treated areas. The body needs time to heal and therefore, the effects of the treatment may not be seen immediately. A garment can be worn to prevent swelling.

There may be fluid accumulation for a few days following the operation. Sterilized pads are provided for this as a precaution. Fluid consumption is recommended to completely relieve the effects of anesthesia. After about 6 months, the effects of vaser liposuction begin to be seen more clearly. However, it should be noted that the duration of the results may vary from person to person.

Vaser liposuction results can be permanent. It depends on the person's lifestyle once the effects start to appear.
Vaser liposuction is a more sensitive procedure than the traditional liposuction method. The classical method is generally preferred to remove large excess fat.
It can be said that vaser liposuction is less painful than the traditional liposuction method.
Vaser liposuction is typically performed under general anesthesia, depending on the extent of the procedure. The surgeon makes small incisions in the targeted area and inserts a thin tube that emits ultrasound waves to liquefy the fat. The fat is then removed through suction.
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks of bleeding, infection, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. Other potential complications may include uneven or asymmetrical results, fluid buildup, changes in skin sensation, and skin irregularities.
The time to return to work after Vaser liposuction may vary depending on the type of work the person works, the recovery process of the body after the procedure and the size of the area where the application is performed. However, generally, those who work in light jobs can return to work after 3-4 days. For those who work in heavier jobs, it may be necessary to wait 1-2 weeks to return to work. Pain, swelling and bruising may occur in the first few days after the procedure. Therefore, it is important to allow adequate rest and recovery before returning to work.

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