When considering Vaser Liposuction, there must be a million questions going through your mind. So asking the right questions during your consultation will determine if Vaser Liposuction is right for you.
- What qualifications do they hold?
You must do your research about your cosmetic surgeon before the consultation to get clarification with regards to the experience and qualifications they have to perform the cosmetic procedure.
- How many Vaser Liposuction procedures have you performed?
You want to choose a cosmetic surgeon who already has extensive experience with fat cell removal and body contouring using Vaser Liposuction.
- Where will the cosmetic procedure take place?
Vaser Liposuction is a same day out-patient procedure, but it should be performed in a high-quality cosmetic surgery clinic or hospital setting.
- Based on my desired goals, is this the right procedure for me?
Not everyone will qualify as a potential candidate for Vaser Liposuction. This cosmetic procedure is mostly suited for those who need assistance in removing fat deposits. Have an open and honest conversation with the cosmetic surgeon to address the procedure involving excess fat cells.
- Can I see the before and after photos?
While Before and after photos can be a great way to feel confident about your chosen cosmetic surgeon, keep in mind that every individual is different and will respond differently to the cosmetic surgery that affects the final results.
- What are the benefits of Vaser Liposuction?
Discuss with your cosmetic surgeon the benefits of the ultrasound technology over other procedures such as traditional liposuction, so you can have a detailed understanding of the procedure. Even though you may have carried out your research, it’s helpful for the benefits to be explained concerning your particular body shape and goals.
- What are the limitations of Vaser Liposuction?
Vaser Liposuction procedure removes fat cells and can address skin tone, but it doesn’t remove excess or sagging skin.
- Are there any risks associated with this cosmetic procedure?
Like any other procedure, yes, it does and you must be aware of any risks and possible complications associated before you commit.