Vaser liposuction, how it works? (photos)

To make a Vaser liposuction is performed in an operating room with all the medical team, incisions as a traditional liposuction are made, but by introducing the cannula Vaser, this prive ultrasonic waves which help break down and eliminate localized fat, achieving a more effective and getting great results procedure.

Doctor Answers 4

How Does Vase Liposuction Work?

It appears as if the steps of laser liposuction have been outlined in your question. The only step missing is removing the fat with suction after breaking down the fat with ultrasound.


Sacramento Physician
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VASER Hi Definition Liposuction / Body Contouring with Fat Grafting

VASER has to be done meticulous and by a 4D hi definition contouring specialist.  Please only see an expert.  Best, Dr. Emer.

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Vaser liposuction

Hello, and thank you for your question. As a general rule the VASER system uses focused ultrasound to help break up the fat prior to suctioning. I have been utilizing this technique for approximately  20 years and I have found that the patient gently had less bruising swelling and a quicker recovery. There have been several studies are documented better skin tightening however this is controversial.

John J. O'Brien, Jr., MD
Saint Petersburg Plastic Surgeon
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How Vaser Liposuction works

Your question is not clear. There are many online locations where you can educate yourself on how Vaser works. It may be helpful if you can ask someone with proficiency in English to help you with writing your question so that you can be helped.It appears that you have decided to use this forum to promote yourself and post liposuction pictures with your name printed on it. This post should be deleted.

Edwin Ishoo, MD
Cambridge Facial Plastic Surgeon
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