Vaser Liposelection in Thailand

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About Vaser Liposelection

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What is Vaser Liposelection?
Vaser Liposelection (Vaser Lipo) is a body sculpting procedure that uses ultrasound waves to break up fat cells and remove unwanted fat from the body.
Vaser liposelection targets areas of fat in the body, leaving other tissues intact, and makes the muscles appear more defined.

How is the Vaser Liposelection procedure carried out?
  • The area to be treated is injected with a saline solution and thin probes are inserted through tiny incisions.
  • The probes transmit ultrasound energy to break up and liquefy fat cells.
  • The liquefied fat is removed from the body with gentle suction.

When are the results seen from Vaser Liposelection?
You will see results immediately after the vaser liposelection procedure, and final results will be seen after 3 or 4 months.

Duration of procedure/surgery:
The vaser lipo procedure takes between 1 and 3 hours, depending on the size or the number of areas being treated

Days admitted:
None. Vaser lipo is an outpatient procedure.

Anesthesia:
Vaser lipo is typically performed under a local anesthesia, although the procedure can take place under general anesthesia.

Recovery:
- Patients should rest for 12 hours following vaser lipo.
- Patients return to work between one day and one week following the procedure.
- Strenuous exercise can be resumed after 2 to 3 weeks.

Risks:
- Infection.
- Excessive fluid loss.
- Embolism.
- Numbness.
- Asymmetry.
- Scarring.

After care:
- Wear a compression garment all day and night for 7 days.
- Treat minor pain and discomfort with over-the-counter painkillers.
- Antibiotics may be prescribed to reduce the infection risk.