Liposuction is one of the most common surgical methods for weight loss.

What Are the Differences Between Liposuction and Lipomatic?

In liposuction, the surgeon melts fat pockets with a laser or ultrasound and removes them with a suction device, while in liposuction, fat tissues are liquified with infrasonic sound and vibration. Then, the fat cells are extracted with a rotational suction machine. Liposuction recovery time is almost eight weeks, but Lipomatic has a shorter recovery and fewer risks.
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Long Term Side Effects of Liposuction

Some liposuction complications, like bruising, drowsiness, pain, seroma, and swelling, are temporary, but others may linger for more than six months. Chronic infection, damage to organs, blood clots, skin discoloration, numbness of the operated part, and damage to vessels and nerves are examples of the long-term side effects of liposuction.

What Is Vaser Liposuction Surgery? + Potential Side Effects

VASER liposuction removes fat pockets from the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, arms, neck, and chest. In this operation, the surgeon melts the fat walls with an ultrasound wave and then extracts the fat cells with a suction device. Although Vaser lipo is minimally invasive and has a short recovery time, it may cause prolonged swelling, infection, skin discoloration, and persistent numbness in the operated area.