VASER liposuction is one of several liposuction techniques that remove excess weight with a minimally invasive approach. The technique of liposuction hasn’t been around for long, so it is relatively cutting-edge with many benefits.

VASER is short for  (V)vibration (A)mplification of (S)ound (E)nergy at (R)resonance. Although VASER liposuction removes excess weight, it isn’t a weight loss surgery. Bariatric surgeries deal with obesity, where as liposuction removes small amounts of stubborn fat in specific areas.

History Of VASER Liposuction

In fact, VASER liposuction is an improvement on the conventional liposuction method. In the 1970s doctors thought of removing fat to help with weight loss, but the procedure was not without risks because removing fat cells meant cutting into the body.  In other words, it carried a lot of risks.

While doctors had to find ways around the blood loss, the other issue was the complications associated with general anesthesia. With the emergence of VASER liposuction, many of the concerns dissolved. It is possible to get local anesthesia with VASER liposuction. Although there is no way to tell for sure because it depends on how much fat you’re removing. But overall, the process of VASER helps with liposuction because it’s minimally invasive.

What Is VASER Liposuction?

VASER liposuction is a liposuction technique that works over two steps. But compared to other techniques, is very high-tech. The first step is to emulsify or breaks up the fat cells making them much easier to remove. The second step is to remove the fat.

In VASER, ultrasound waves are used on the part of the body where the liposuction is to be done. And the high frequency of the ultrasound waves later breaks apart fat cells.

To avoid blood loss and complications, your physician will inject epinephrine. This substance acts to constrict blood vessels which in turn, reduces blood loss during the procedure.

Epinephrine is often part of the fluid that is injected; the fluid also contains saline and an anesthetic agent such as lidocaine. For the next part of the procedure, the doctor uses a microcannula to carefully suck out the fat cells.

But to insert the cannula your doctor will make very small incisions near the target area.

Benefits of the VASER Procedure

1- Very Precise and Specific

The VASER liposuction method is credited for being more precise and is very useful for people who are looking to have their bodies carefully sculpted by fat removal.

2- Lower Risks of Infection

Besides being a more precise method of liposuction, the VASER is also regarded as safer than many of the traditional liposuction methods. One reason for this is that a much smaller cannula called a microcannula is used. This means that only small incisions need to be made into the body. Likewise, smaller incisions mean a lower chance of infection, inflammation, and thus a shorter healing time.

4- Fast Recovery and Less Pain

In fact, patients can have VASER on an outpatient basis and recover in a few days compared with weeks. Which was the case with the older methods of fat removal. the procedure is also said to be less painful compared with the traditional liposuction method, which is a big benefit for patients.

5- VASER Liposuction BBL

You can get your Brazilian butt lift using the VASER liposuction technique. But you can be eligible if you have excess fat anywhere on your body. Your physician would remove the fat from the unwanted places & injects it into your buttocks. These injections will be made systematically to achieve the specific shape you want.

Many people prefer this type of Brazilian butt lift to implants because it has a natural appeal to it.

6- How Much Fat Can You Remove with VASER Liposuction

You can safely remove up to 4% of your excess weight in a liposuction session. In other words, about 3 liters of fat is the limit to the technique. There would be a lot of risks if you exceed this limit.

Other Important Information About VASER

  • You do need to remember that liposuction only removes fat under the skin, not deep body fat. This means that you need to adopt a healthy lifestyle to help you lose the deeper fat in your body.
  • Liposuction can also only safely remove a certain amount of subcutaneous fat. Hence why it does work well to tone and streamline your body.

VASER Liposuction Cost

The cost of VASER liposuction varies from one country to another. For instance, in the USA, the cost of VASER lipo can range between 6 grand to 11 grand. But in Turkey, on the other hand, VASER lipo can cost around $2000 to $3000.

VASER Liposuction in Turkey

VASER liposuction in Turkey is among the biggest destination for the procedure. Turkey, in general, is dominating the medical tourism scene altogether. It is because numerous patients are finding that Turkey offers extremely high-quality medical care for very affordable prices. And VASER liposuction in Turkey is no less a trend.

If you would like to get your VASER lipo in Turkey, contact us at Esthete Clinic. We’re a qualified hospital based in Istanbul hosting some of Turkey’s biggest surgeons.

VASER FAQ

How Long Is The Procedure?

The duration of VASER liposuction is between 1 to 2 hours long. Treatment time relies entirely on how much fat you want to remove.

When Can I Exercise After VASER Lipo?

You can resume your daily activities after 1 to 2 days of rest. Although it is best if you take light walks around to stimulate blood circulation, you can only get back to strenuous exercise after 6 weeks.

Does Vaser Lipo Leave Loose Skin?

VASER Lipo does not and will not leave you with loose skin. The only exception is if you already have loose skin. In that case, VASER cannot shrink or tighten your skin. But treatments like J-plasma or renovation can definitely help you get rid of loose skin after VASER lipo.

 

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