What should you expect from Liposuction?
Your surgeon will inform you about your procedure and will generally put marks around the area of the operation that is going to be operated on with a marker for visual aid. You will be visited by an anesthetist that will explain all the details about the anesthetic that relates to your operation. The amount of anesthetic will mainly depend on the patients’ overall medical history. If the treatment is performed on a smaller scale, then a local anesthetic with mild sedation can be utilized during the surgery. But, if the treatment is performed on a larger scale, a general anesthetic may be advised. Here, surgeons’ orders will be followed and the use of type anesthetic will differ case by case.
The procedure will kick start with an injection of ‘’tumescent saline’’. This helps the patient to lose the sensation during surgery and break down fat cells, as well as to decrease the level of bleeding to the maximum without feeling pain during surgery. Afterward, with the assistance of an incision, a small probe is inserted. It assists with the emission of ultrasound waves to break down and liquefy fat cells for easy removal from the body part. The fat which is in liquefied form is removed out through a small needle. Keep in mind that Vaser liposuction is categorized as the least invasive operation when compared with other types of liposuction until today.
The duration of your operation of your VASER liposuction procedure can be diverse from 1 to several hours depending on the extent. After the surgery is finalized, you will be taken to a recovery room so that your body will be free of the effects of the sedation or anesthetic given before the surgery.
Is VASER Liposuction Safe?
Did you know, liposuction is one of the most preferred cosmetic operations all around the world and the VASER Liposuction has been used for more than 15 years? This type of liposuction is proven by science that is the safest way of having liposuction surgery. The main reason is that laser liposuction causes minimal side effects when compared with the rest of the liposuction types. It has also been confirmed to cause less blood loss than traditional liposuction, specifically when getting treatment on a larger area of skin.