Due to the popularity of cosmetic surgery’s and most people’s desire to have a ‘summer’ body year round, liposuction in its many different forms has taken off in recent years. Due to this, however, there are multiple different treatments that you can have, and so when it comes to deciding whether liposuction is the right option for you, it can be difficult to weigh up the pros and cons of each treatment. This is especially true if you’re not entirely confident what you are looking for. Here, we’re taking a closer look at the different types of liposuction and whether the procedure is right for you.
One of the most popular treatments that are available is Vaser Lipo. This state of the art treatment uses ultrasonic waves to break down and liquefy the fat deposits that are being targeted to ensure a painless removal. This is a popular choice for many as it reduces the amount of downtime that is needed after the procedure and shows results within a quick time frame. Additionally, it is important to take into account that this form of liposuction reduces the amount of damage that is done to the other elements of the body also. This is beneficial for those that are looking to have lipo, as it means that the risk of other health issues is dramatically reduced.
Similar to Vaser liposuction, the RFAL Liposuction technique consists of just a small cut to get into the targeted area, reducing scarring. This is perfect for those looking for almost instant results, as you will not be left with any excess skin once the fat deposit is removed. This is a procedure that is very minimal yet has outstanding results and can be a target to specific parts of the body such as the neck and thighs as well as upper arms and stomach, helping people to sculpt there body the way that they want to without a large downtime.
For many, the more advanced choices are the best because it allows them to undergo the procedure without having to arrange a large period of time out of work. This makes it an accessible option for those with busy lifestyles that perhaps want to lose the last few pounds but are unable to workout. With heating and skin firming methods built into the treatments, you can get quick results within the first few months of your treatment making this an extremely affordable option.
Recovery time from each of the procedures can vary depending on the type of liposuction that you get and the way that your body functions. This is important to note before getting the treatment as, depending on the way your body reacts to the treatment, it could be up to 14 days recovery time due to additional bursting and swelling that could occur. Although each of the treatments is designed to be non-invasive, they can still cause mild discomfort. Due to this, it is suggested that you research the treatment in advance so that you can find the treatment that is suitable for your individual needs.
As you can see, there are multiple types of liposuction that all have various results. Which will you choose?