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VASER Hi-Def (high-definition) Liposuction
VASER Hi-Def Liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure that precisely and efficiently removes unwanted body fat. The VASER Hi-Def Liposuction system used by Este Medical Group uses state-of-the-art ultrasound technology designed to gently reshape your body.
What differentiates the VASER Hi-Def Liposuction in Turkey from Traditional Liposuction in Turkey is its ability to chisel out six pack abs, bouldering pecs, and obliques (as well as other muscle groups). VASER technology is also able to differentiate targeted fat from other important tissues – such as nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue. Innovative VASER technology breaks up fat while preserving these other important tissues to encourage smooth results and a quick healing process.
VASER Hi-Def Liposuction Procedure
The expert surgeons at Este Medical Group in Turkey fill the area with a special saline solution that helps numb the site and shrink the blood vessels (to minimize blood loss and reduce bruising). This solution (called tumescent solution) wets and fills the area to be treated, making it easier to break up fatty tissue with the VASER Systems ultrasound energy. A small probe transmits sound energy (similar to that used for cataract removal from the eye) to fragment fatty tissue on contact while leaving other important tissues largely intact.
Next, the liquefied fat is removed through a gentle suction process designed to minimize damage to the surrounding tissues. Then the muscle structures are chiseled out. For example, the six pack finishing touches requires that special techniques are used to define the transverse tendinous insertions (lines between the six pack muscles), the linea alba (separation line between the two sides of the six pack), and linea semilunaris (outer border line of the at the sides of the six pack).
Here at Este Medical Group, our team has experience in treating all of the following areas: abdomen, chest, hips, love handles, waist, back, thorax and arms.