Have some extra kilos that won’t shift with regular exercise and a healthy diet? You may be a suitable candidate for Vaser Liposuction.

Vaser Liposuction is a recognised cosmetic surgery procedure known for its role in removing stubborn fat cells and aiding in body contouring.

Cosmos Aesthetics in Adelaide, Australia is seeing an increase in the number of people enquiring about the liposuction procedure. And while it is an option for many people who have excess fat or desire a more shapely figure, it’s not for everyone.

If you’re are considering traditional Liposuction or Vaser Liposuction as a weight loss solution, this may not be the right procedure for you. And if you think you won’t have to exercise to maintain your new appearance, you may need to reconsider cosmetic surgery altogether.

However, Vaser Liposuction may be an option for individuals seeking to target specific fat deposits unresponsive to healthy eating and regular exercise, subject to a thorough medical evaluation. But there are three types of patients in particular who can benefit from Vaser Liposuction. These individuals are most likely to achieve optimal results and maintain them long term.

Patients of a stable, healthy weight

All cosmetic procedures, including Vaser Liposuction, that aim to shape the body or remove fat are most effective when the patient is of a stable weight within a healthy range.

Vaser Liposuction is not designed to be a weight-loss tool and it won’t prevent weight gain in the future. The surgical procedure can, however, be employed to help remove those stubborn fat deposits that have resisted healthy dietary changes and regular exercise.

Losing a substantial amount of weight post your liposuction procedure can affect your overall results of the cosmetic surgery. Likewise, substantial weight gain won’t necessarily affect the results of your liposculpture, however, your overall shape will be larger.

Being a stable, healthy weight prior to your Vaser Liposuction treatment will yield optimal results and help you maintain them long term.

Patients who are active

Active individuals who are struggling to shed those last few kilos of excess fat deposits even with regular exercise are often considered good candidates of Vaser Liposuction.

This is because the liposuction procedure is designed to target specific areas of the body for fat removal, complementing the results of exercise which might not always specifically target these areas.

These patients have also adopted a healthy habit of frequent exercise before cosmetic surgery. Commitment to a healthy, balanced lifestyle following liposuction is imperative in order to sustain optimal results in the future.

Patients with good skin elasticity

Your skin health will have an effect on the results of your Vaser Liposuction. A good candidate for the cosmetic or plastic surgery procedure is one with firm, elastic skin.

When the skin is elastic, it will adapt better to liposculpture than those with reduced tone and sagging skin and properly contour to the treated area.

Fat deposits are removed quickly with Vaser Liposuction and much more fat is lost in the cosmetic surgery procedure then what would naturally occur. And while the ultrasound technology used in Vaser Liposuction does help to stimulate collagen production and encourages skin retraction, patients with elastic skin prior to the surgery may have superior results.

In the event you have substantial sagging of the skin due to recurrent pregnancies or extreme weight loss, you may better benefit from other plastic and cosmetic procedures such as Tummy Tuck.

For those with some minor sagging of the skin, the liposuction expert may recommend the addition of Renuvion Skin Tightening to help improve the quality of your skin and provide optimal body contouring results.