Differences between Vaser Liposuction, Laser Liposuction and BodyTite
Liposuction techniques have changed dramatically over the years and there are various options for removing excess fat and shaping both male and female bodies. The most modern and avant-garde are Vaser Liposuction, Laser Liposuction, and BodyTite.
It is very important to understand the di erences between the various techniques to make a conscious choice that best suits your needs, naturally thanks to the advice of the cosmetic surgeon you will rely on.
Vaser liposuction in detail:
- Improve the accuracy of grease removal
- Increase the amount of fat that can be removed
- Allows precise body contouring even in HD
- It increases the number of areas of the body that can be treated
- It stimulates the production of collagen making the skin firmer and more compact
- Reduces recovery times
- Reduces common side effects such as bruising and swelling
- Reduces the risk of tissue trauma
Laser liposuction, also called laser-assisted liposuction or “LPL”, as the name suggests, is a liposculpture technique that uses a laser source to melt fat. We have to imagine the laser energy as a beam of light that comes out from the tip of the probe facilitating the breakdown of the adipose tissue. In detail this type of liposuction:
- It is unable to dissolve large amounts of fat
- It cannot be used to effectively treat large areas such as the abdomen, hips, and buttocks
- It is effective on the neck, arms, and legs
- It is accurate
The Bodytite liposuction technique, like Vaser Liposuction, uses a radiofrequency.
However, the most obvious difference with Vaser liposuction is that the energy emitted requires both an internal and external probe, which are less manageable than the Vaser probe.
The Vaser lipo also causes less trauma to the tissues, minimizing the risks and recovery times. In addition, the heat produced by the Vaser is gentler and more uniform, which means that the procedure is also less painful.