Liposuction is removing unwanted fats from the body by means of special tools. It is a reshaping operation of body contours by taking excess unwanted fats and unevenly distributed regional fat deposits. Every patient is not eligible for liposuction, for some patients, plastic surgery should be performed before liposuction.
Although liposuction is performed almost on every region of the body from cheeks to ankles, it is more frequently applied for abdomen, head, lumbar, legs, back, and neck regions. The hip, abdomen and thigh regions are usually preferred by women. Removing of unevenly distributed fat deposits around the abdomen is usually a method preferred by men. This method is applied to ensure that men and women can get rid of the unwanted fat from the regions that do not respond to diets.
Vaser lipolysis or liposuction, also known as ultrasonic liposuction, is performed by liquidizing the fat inside the body using ultrasound waves preventing bleeding and bruising in the applied region. Liquidized fat mass can be removed or injected out, or discharged out of the body through lymphatic circulation. This method does not damage the veins and muscular tissues in the lipolysis area as in the classic liposuction method. After the vaser liposuction is performed, the patient can go home and needs to wear a corset for a week or two.