Water-Jet Assisted New Liposuction: Top 4 Questions
What are the advantages of this new liposuction technique over traditional liposuction?
The main advantages are the reduction of operating time and amount of anesthesia used, reduced bruising and reduced recovery time
Am I a good candidate for liposuction?
Are defined good candidates those who expect to be satisfied with the results of liposuction. The best candidates are those with good health and realistic expectations of the results they can get.
People who are thinking about undergoing a water-jet assisted new liposuction need to know that they’re going to get significant improvements in appearance but can not achieve “perfection.”
There’s no age or weight limit to be a good candidate. Many patients have a good weight but wish to treat a certain area, even if some of the candidates which are most satisfied are those who are overweight. A good candidate normally has one or more localized deposits of fat that he wants to get rid of.
Who are not good candidates for liposuction?
A non healthy person have greater risks and complications over one that is healthy. For example, there are increased risks and complications associated with people who have a history of immune disorders, cardiac arrhythmias, poor blood clotting, thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
People taking any medication. They should tell their doctor.
People undergoing liposuction to lose weight. It has been determined that liposuction is not a permanent form of weight loss in obese individuals.
Patients expecting perfect results. Liposuction is proven to have excellent results but hardly perfect.
How much will I have to wait to see the results?
Most patients will see 90% of the results between one and three months after surgery. The first weeks after surgery, postoperative inflammation occurs. The percentage of postoperative inflammation depends largely on the technique used by the surgeon and postoperative care. The new liposuction technique called ultrasonic is associated with prolonged postoperative inflammation. When using new liposuction techniques such as WAL, these times are significantly reduced.