VASER Liposuction was created to increase the capacity of traditional liposuction techniques that are limited to removal of deep fat only. This limitation is secondary to the anatomy of the skin which maintains a loose deeper layer and a more rigid superficial layer that is traversed by retaining ligaments creating tight compartments.
Whereas the semi-solid fat can be removed uniformly from the deeper loose layer, it is not amenable to removal from its superficial tighter compartments when utilizing traditional liposuction modalities. In contrast, VASER Liposuction allows for the comprehensive and uniform removal of all layers of fat (deep and superficial).
The VASER acronym stands for, “Vibration amplification of sound energy at resonance,” and this technology allows surgeons to remove fat more comprehensively because is emulsifies or melts the fat in both the superficial and deep layer. Once the fat is melted into a liquid consistency, it can be completely drained from both the superficial and deep layers.
In this exciting arena, it becomes critical that surgeons understand muscle anatomy as the muscle highlights that can now be sculpted to an obvious and natural appearance. With Vaser liposuction, patients can now strive to achieve high definition liposuction results with bodies that come close to being a Perfect 10.