Vaser Liposuction

VASER is the latest third generation ULTRASONIC liposuction technique that is designed to virtually
eliminate bleeding during surgery and to reduce inflammation and bruising. VASER Ultrasound
technology  liquefies the fat, which allows for greater precision and vastly superior results.

 Who is Ideal candidate for Vaser Liposuction?
All candidates for liposuction should have realistic expectations of the results that can be achieved
through the procedure and should be in good physical and mental health. The best candidate is
someone who is in excellent health, is within 25 pounds of his or her ideal body weight, and has
deposits of fat that have not responded to diet or exercise.
At the consultation:
You should express your desires and expectations from the surgical procedures. The surgeon will
evaluate your medical health and explain the surgical techniques available to you. Your question will
be answered as thoroughly as possible.  Examinations of your trouble are will be performed. The
surgeon will go over the risks and potential complications of the procedure, as well as, the pre-
operative and post –operative process.

Risk Factors: 
All surgeries carry some risks. Listed below are the risks or potential complications:
The risks of VASER liposuction are very similar to the liposuction risks associated with any other
method. However, because LipoSelection minimizes damage to other body tissues, patients typically
experience less pain and fewer side effects than with other forms of liposuction. Serious liposuction
complications are quite rare. Fat clots or blood clots may form, and there is a chance these will
migrate to the lungs and cause serious illness. The fluid loss that results from liposuction will be
anticipated by a qualified doctor, as it can cause low blood pressure, friction burns, or fluid buildup.
The LipoSelection probe’s ultrasound energy may injure the skin or deeper tissues; although in most
cases the benefits of the ultrasound system make it safer than traditional liposuction. If a doctor
inexperienced with the LipoSelection procedure applies too much fluid, the wetting solution may
collect in the lungs. If there is too much lidocaine in the liposuction solution, lidocaine toxicity may
develop.