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Vaser is the most famous and latest medical technique used in liposuction. Vaser technology has made liposuction a simple and fast recovery process, as well as its effectiveness in removing a large amount of intractable fat.

Vaser Technology

Vaser technology is based on sound waves that break down fat accumulated in different areas of the body, where the fat is removed by a Cannula connected to the tube, which sucks the fat. The Cannula is inserted into the patient’s body by small incisions that the doctor slits before he sucks the fat.

Vaser technology removes sagging from different areas of the body as well as it tightens the areas from which the fat is removed until the patient gets a slim body without skin sagging. The goal of liposuction is that the patient gets satisfied with his body in a high percentage after the operation.

Vaser Technology is distinguished from other techniques used such as Laser Technology in that it:

    • Sucks a large amount of fat up to 5 liters.
    • Does not hurt nerve fibers as Laser Technology does.
    • The level of pain after the operation is low compared to other techniques used in liposuction.
    • The amount of blood lost from the body is low compared to ordinary operations of liposuction.
    • The patient undergoing liposuction must be healthy and does not suffer from any chronic diseases.
    • The patient undergoing liposuction must have natural and elastic skin to obtain the appearance and the outcome desired by the patient.
    • People with certain diseases cannot undergo liposuction for the operation to not pose a risk on them such diseases are:
    • Chronic heart diseases
    • The second and third stages of diabetes
    • Blood cancer; Leukemia
    • Hepatitis C virus disease
    • Acute anemia
    • HIV; AIDS
    • Blood pressure diseases

In order to ensure the success of the liposuction process, there are some tips that the patient undergoing liposuction must follow before the operation;

    • Refrain from smoking for a while before the operation (1 – 2 months).
    • Avoid stimulants such as Arabic coffee and caffeine for a while (two weeks to a month) before the operation.
    • Make sure to eat healthy food regularly for at least a week before the operation.
    • Stay away from having alcohol.
    • Refrain from having medications that cause blood thinning, such as Ibuprofen compounds.
    • Refrain from drinking natural blood-thinning drinks such as; green tea for at least two weeks before the operation.

The doctor gives some advice and recommendations to the patient undergoing liposuction after the procedure, which in turn ensures the success of the operation and facilitates the recovery period for the patient if these tips are followed properly. These tips are:

  • Do not make any effort for at least three weeks after the operation and have physical rest until the wounds heal successfully.
  • Ensure to eat healthy, balanced food rich in proteins and vitamins.
  • Have the antibiotics recommended by the doctor regularly.
  • Avoid itching as much as possible in areas where fat has been removed.
  • Avoid smoking for a while (5 weeks or more) after the operation.
  • Keep away from intense sunlight and high heat for at least a week after the operation.


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:

  • Anesthesia

Liposuction relies on general anesthesia.

  • Opening The Incisions

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.

  • Liposuction

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.

  • Closing The Incisions

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.