Common Questions About VASER® Liposuction

Common Questions About VASER® LiposuctionIf you have ever considered undergoing a VASER® liposuction procedure, then you have probably asked many questions about what exactly this type of cosmetic surgery entails.

VASER® liposuction is a very specific type of ultrasonic liposuction that also falls under the general umbrella of tumescent procedures.

The following article will review three of the most common questions asked by patients before a procedure.

Question #1: Is VASER® liposuction painful?

The answer to this is a strong and emphatic no. VASER® is an extremely low impact operation which uses a combination of local anesthetic, injection, and ultrasonic waves to break up and flush out the fat. There are very few, if any, cosmetic fat removal surgeries that have less of an impact than this one.

Question #2: How much recovery time do I need after a VASER® operation?

Very little. In fact, most of the time after a patient has undergone this cosmetic procedure they can walk right out of the office.

Many times the only side effects are minor swelling and occasionally bruising, but sometimes not even any bruises.

Question #3: Who should consider VASER® liposuction?

The answer to this is similar to many of the other types of liposuction that are available to consumers.

This isn’t some magic bullet to weight loss, it’s the type of treatment that can help sculpt the last part of a body of someone who is already in fairly good shape. This is not a way for the heavily obese to lose weight.

These are three of the most common questions that are going to be asked by many consumers, and hopefully this article helped to answer your inquiries.

Writer: Tad Stephenson

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  1. The highest amount of fat that can be removed safely during lipoplasty is between six and eight pounds. With more fat being suctioned, the risk of complications gets higher. If a person is in need of more than six to eight pounds being removed, it is encouraged to spread the surgeries out over a few months.

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