A pretty face lands you nowhere, if you don’t have the right kind of body to carry around. Even if the weighing scale indicates a perfect height and weight balance, your body contour may be destroyed by the pockets of stubborn fats in the areas like abdomen, hips, highs, upper arms etc. They are rather stubborn in nature; they are not removed despite a strict diet and rigorous exercise regimen. This is where, lipoplasty comes to your help to gain back those perfect curves and enviable tones.
What is lipoplasty
Liposuction as a cosmetic procedure aims at removing pockets of fats from certain areas of the body. Liposuction can be done using different techniques and Ultrasonic Assisted Liposuction (UAL) or lipoplasty has emerged as the latest liposuction technique. It is regarded as a significant leap over the traditional tumescent technique.
Difference of lipoplasty with Other Liposuction Techniques
Traditional liposuction involves removing the fats with the use of suction technique; but in lipoplasty high-frequency sound waves are used to first liquefy the fat cells that stay far beneath the skin’s surface. After that these liquid fats are removed with gentle suction. Thus lipoplasty makes it easier to remove the fats.
How it’s done
The UAL procedure involves the use of ultrasound waves to break up the fats. How does this breaking up take place? It takes place in two ways: mechanically and thermally. The first shakes the fats apart, while the second breaks the fats. Then the fats are emulsified and turned into a liquid state. Once this liquid form is achieved, they are removed with the help of a suction cannula.
Why should you consider a lipoplasty?
This cosmetic procedure comes with a few added advantages that other liposuction procedures won’t offer you. First of all, UAL lipoplasty offers the advantage of getting rid of significant amounts of fat in a single session, since the fats are removed in a liquid form; it is possible for the surgeon to remove more fats. Thus, the areas of the body, infested by denser accumulation of more fibrous fats, are particularly benefited from a lipoplasty.
The sound waves are supposed to selectively destroy and remove the fat cells and thus prevent the surrounding blood vessels and connective tissues from getting damaged. This results into less bleeding than other traditional liposuction procedure.
The greatest advantage of this procedure is: it gives you permanent result. Even if you gain weight afterwards, the treated areas won’t get fatty once again, as the area now lacks in the number of cells, where the fats can possibly settle in. But this does not mean UAL lipoplasty is an antidote to regaining further weight.
Lastly, just like any other major operation, lipoplasty also comes with common surgery risk factors such as risk of infection, dissatisfactory cosmetic results and so on. Because of the use of sonic energy and heat, this procedure comes with an additional possibility of skin burns and fluid accumulation under the skin. But these risks are well avoided when you take good care in choosing your doctor who is suitably qualified, knowledgeable and experienced.