A decade ago, cosmetic surgery was something only the wealthy could afford. It was an option most people didn’t have. These days it’s much different. Cosmetic surgery is not only more affordable; it’s more advanced, safer and less invasive. I even heard a commercial the other day that said you could have a mini-face lift procedure done during your lunch break. In 2012, there were 14.6 million cosmetic surgeries performed in the United States alone, which is proof of its growing popularity.
Every year as cosmetic surgery techniques get more advanced and safer, doctors are able to offer more enhanced services to fit the unique needs of their clients. An example of this is the latest in liposuction technology called Vaser Lipo. To help you understand how advanced this technology has become, I’ll compare Vaser Lipo to traditional lipo.
Standard or traditional liposuction is also known as suction-assisted liposuction. It involves a cannula being inserted into a small incision. The cannula is attached to a vacuum device and then is moved back and forth to help break down the fat cells and then suction them away.
Thanks to the advancements in cosmetic surgery technology, Vaser Lipo is very different. It involves using high frequency ultrasound that is specifically aimed at the fat cells within the body. With this option, the fat cells are gently broken down, but other tissue that the surgeon wants to preserve is left intact.
If you want to try out this new Vaser Lipo technology for yourself, you can get more information by visiting MYA – Vaser Liposuction. They can explain the procedure and what it can offer you. Since there is lower suction used in this new procedure, the patient is more likely to see a smoother and better finish. In addition to that, the trauma on the body is reduced considerably. That isn’t to say that there won’t be the initial swelling after the procedure, but it does mean less chance of risk and complications following the liposuction.
Keep in mind, this high tech Vaser Lipo is specifically designed for people who want to remove stubborn fat (bingo wings, saddle bags, jelly bellies, etc.). So you’ll need to talk to your doctor to be sure this is the right type of lipo for you. You can take a look at this Q & A article about it here on MYA.
This new lipo procedure is just one example of the many new technological advances in cosmetic surgery. Now that the procedures are more advanced, safer and less expensive than they used to be, I’m sure there will continue to be people who flock to their cosmetic surgeon this year. Getting the body and face you’ve always wanted seems to be getting easier every day.
Vaser Lipo – High Tech Advancement In Cosmetic Surgery
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