Although there are some basic nutrition and exercise guidelines that can benefit most people, a common misconception is that everyone’s bodies work exactly the same. In reality, factors like gender, height and genetics mean that two people could follow the same health plan and end up with different results. Where these differences are often especially obvious is with fat deposits. Regardless of how hard you may work to get rid of fat on certain areas of your body, it may refuse to go away.
If you’ve tried a lot of different things to lose fat on an area like your stomach, you may be quite frustrated that nothing appears to have changed when you look in the mirror. And while being stuck in this situation can be disheartening, it doesn’t mean that the body you want is out of reach. It simply means that it’s time for you to get professional help with this issue.
The best way to remove specific areas of unwanted body fat is with the help of Vaser Hi Def Liposculpturing. If you’ve heard of liposuction but this is your first time hearing about this procedure, you may be wondering what the difference is between the two. While liposuction can remove fat deposits from different areas of your body, the big downside is it comes with a painful recovery and potentially dangerous complications. The great thing about Vaser Hi Def Liposculpturing is it’s a minimally invasive procedure. As a result, it’s possible for a doctor to use this procedure to give patients chiseled abs, pecs, obliques, lats or other muscle groups. And because this fat removal procedure is done while preserving other tissue like blood vessels and nerves, healing is quite fast and easy.
Once you’ve had a consultation, been evaluated by an experienced doctor and decided on the specific changes you want to make, the first step on the day of the procedure is for the focus area to be filled with a special saline solution. This solution helps to numb the area and shrink the blood vessels surrounding the fat. Next, ultrasound energy is used to break up the fatty tissue that’s going to be removed. The fat is then further broken down with a sound energy probe. The last two steps are to remove the unwanted fat from the body, followed by properly defining the muscle to achieve a chiseled look.
If you smoke, stop for at least two weeks prior to this procedure. You should also avoid excessive alcohol intake during the same period of time. In addition to discontinuing Aspirin use prior to the procedure, it’s also important to drink plenty of water in the days before your procedure.
If you have any additional questions about Vaser Hi Def Liposculpturing or want to schedule a consultation for this procedure, be sure to contact NU Cosmetic Clinic today.