Who is a Good Candidate for Vaser Liposuction?
- Asked by danymommy in framingham, Ma
- 3 years ago
i weigh 220 pounds. after i gave birth my belly stay almost the same from when i was pregant and saggy i had a c-section. am I a good candidate?
Thank you for the question.
A good liposuction candidate is a patient who presents with diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue isolated to specific areas. These patients are not looking for a weight loss solution. On the other hand " ideal weight” can be somewhat arbitrary and is not an absolute criteria in determining candidates for the procedure.
Good skin elasticity is also an important attribute of the patient undergoing liposuction surgery. As we age or gain/lose weight we generally lose some skin elasticity. After the liposuction procedure we are depending on the skin elasticity to allow the skin envelope to “shrink” to fit the reduced contour resulting from the liposuction procedure. Based on your description of “saggy" skin I fear that you do not meet this criteria.
It may be in your best interests to seek in person consultation with a well experienced board-certified plastic surgeon.
THERE IS NO TYPE OF LIPOSUCTION THAT WILL MAKE SKIN GO AWAY
But the technology does not allow for miracles....
If you have loose, stretchy skin and a loose belly from pregnancy, you will likely need a tummy tuck.
Visit a surgeon certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery for a consultation-
Web reference: http://www.DrArmandoSoto.com
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Lipo candidates should be close to ideal weight
Whether with VASER, lasers, or otherwise, liposuction is always for spot contouring of areas resistant to change with diet and exercise. Large volumes of fat removal with liposuction is risky to do and the long-term results unpredictable. With loose skin especially after pregnancy, the answer is usually a tummy tuck instead of liposuction.
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