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Vaser Liposuction

What is Vaser Liposuction?

Vaser Liposuction is an advanced body-contouring procedure designed to remove unwanted fat and sculpt your body to achieve a more toned appearance. At Fine Form Aesthetics, we offer Vaser Liposuction as a minimally invasive alternative to traditional liposuction, utilizing ultrasound technology to target fat cells with precision.

Why Choose Vaser Liposuction?

Minimally Invasive

One of the most attractive features of Vaser Liposuction is its minimally invasive nature. Unlike traditional liposuction, Vaser Liposuction uses small incisions and ultrasound waves to liquefy fat cells, making it easier to remove them.

Faster Recovery

With less trauma to the body, patients often experience quicker recovery times and less post-operative discomfort compared to traditional methods.

Highly Targeted

Vaser technology allows for greater precision, targeting only the fat cells you want to remove while preserving surrounding tissues.

How does Vaser Liposuction work?

Vaser Liposuction uses ultrasound energy to break down fat cells. A small probe is inserted through a tiny incision, emitting ultrasound waves to liquefy the fat, which is then easily removed using a cannula.

Who is a Good Candidate?

If you are in good general health, have realistic expectations, and are looking for a more contoured body shape, Vaser Liposuction may be a suitable option for you. Our team at Fine Form Aesthetics will conduct a comprehensive consultation to assess your suitability for this treatment.


Pre-Procedure Preparations

Preparation for Vaser Liposuction includes a thorough medical evaluation, possible blood tests, and lifestyle adjustments such as refraining from smoking or taking certain medications.


Aftercare and Recovery

Post-treatment, patients are advised to wear compression garments and may need to take some time off work to recover. Physical activity should be limited for a period, as recommended by our medical professionals.


Frequently Asked Questions

Loose skin after liposuction can occur for several reasons, and whether it tightens on its own or requires additional treatments depends on various factors:

  1. Elasticity: The elasticity of your skin is a significant factor. If your skin has lost some of its elasticity due to factors like age or prior weight fluctuations, it may not tighten fully after liposuction.
  2. Amount of Fat Removed: Liposuction removes excess fat, but it doesn’t address loose or sagging skin directly. If a significant amount of fat was removed from an area with poor skin elasticity, it can result in loose skin.
  3. Age: Skin tends to lose elasticity with age, making it less likely to bounce back after liposuction.
  4. Tightening Over Time: In some cases, the skin may gradually tighten on its own over several months as your body heals and the remaining fat settles. This is more likely if you have good skin elasticity and the amount of fat removed was moderate.
  5. Additional Treatments: If your loose skin doesn’t improve on its own or if it’s a significant concern, you may consider additional treatments. These can include skin-tightening procedures like laser therapy, radiofrequency treatments, or surgical procedures like a tummy tuck or body lift.
  6. Consult with Your Surgeon: It’s crucial to consult with your surgeon to assess your specific situation. They can provide personalized recommendations based on your individual needs and budgetary constraints¬†

Rippling or contour irregularities after Vaser liposuction can occur for several reasons:

Residual Fat: Vaser liposuction is a procedure that uses ultrasound technology to break down and remove fat. However, if not all of the fat is completely removed, residual fat pockets can cause irregularities or rippling.

Skin Elasticity: The elasticity of your skin plays a significant role in how your abdomen looks after liposuction. If your skin lacks sufficient elasticity and cannot conform smoothly to the new contours, it may appear rippled or uneven.

Inadequate Post-Operative Care: Following the post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon is crucial. Failing to wear compression garments, follow activity restrictions, or practice good wound care can contribute to complications and irregularities.

Surgeon Skill and Technique: The surgeon’s skill and technique in performing the Vaser liposuction procedure can impact the final outcome. Choosing a skilled and experienced surgeon is important to minimize the risk of irregularities. Patient Anatomy: Individual differences in body anatomy, such as the thickness of fat layers and the distribution of fibrous tissue, can affect how your body responds to the procedure.

If you’re experiencing rippling or contour irregularities after Vaser liposuction. The issue may require post operative treatment typically 3-6 months post op with options including further liposuction , fat melting using a range of non surgical devices including HIFU or radio frequency.

Post operative fibrosis Post-liposuction fibrosis is a condition characterized by the development of fibrous tissue in the treated area after liposuction surgery. It can lead to irregularities in the skin’s texture and contour. Here’s how it can be managed:

  1. Prevention: To minimize the risk of post-liposuction fibrosis, it’s important to choose a skilled and experienced surgeon who uses appropriate techniques and equipment.
  2. Early Intervention: If you suspect fibrosis is developing, contact your surgeon promptly. They may recommend treatments such as manual lymphatic drainage massage or ultrasound therapy to help break down fibrous tissue.
  3. Compression Garments: Wearing compression garments as prescribed by your surgeon can help reduce swelling and encourage proper healing.
  4. Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle: Staying active, maintaining a healthy diet, and not smoking can promote better healing and reduce the risk of complications.
  5. Scarring Treatments: If fibrosis results in noticeable scars or irregularities, your surgeon may suggest treatments like laser therapy, dermal fillers, or fat grafting to improve the appearance.
  6. Patience: Post-liposuction healing takes time. It can take several months for the full results to become apparent, so be patient and follow your surgeon’s post-operative instructions diligently.

You can feel confident to consult with Mr Dewing to discuss your specific case and receive personalized guidance and supportive supervision where required to manage your post-liposuction fibrosis.

Why choose Fine Form Aesthetics for Vaser Liposuction?

Expertise and Safety

Our highly trained surgeon and medical staff are trained in the latest techniques and adhere to the highest safety standards.

Personalised Treatment

We understand that each body is unique. Our treatments are tailored to meet your specific needs and aesthetic goals.

Exceptional Care

From consultation to aftercare, Fine Form Aesthetics is committed to providing you with an exceptional healthcare journey.