Liposuction takes between one to three hours, depending on the patient’s condition, how much fat to be removed, and the targeted area. Liposuction consists of four main stages:
Liposuction relies on general anesthesia.
The doctor opens small incisions in the targeted areas to remove fat and the areas where he will sculpt the body. An incision usually does not exceed a third of an inch. The doctor works to hide the incisions as much as possible so as not to leave a clear mark.
The doctor enters the Cannula which is connected to a tube into the middle of fatty accumulations, which in turn head into deeper fatty layers. Then, the Vaser can break down the fat and pull it through the tube while the patient gets alternative fluids.
The doctor closes the incisions with soluble and removable cosmetic filaments. The threads are often removed after a period of ten days to two weeks.