VASER Hi Def

With the VASER Hi Def procedure we are able to reveal your existing abdominal features and muscle contours and give you a more athletic appearance.

We can enhance the vertical and horizontal muscle insertions, the obliques and the “V” going to the groin.

The procedure is performed as a day case under tumescent anaesthesia and IV sedation. It takes place in a CQC registered clinic in a sterile environment.

You will require someone to come fetch you and accompany you home.  You will need them to stay with you for the first 24 hours.

The VASER Liposuction aftercare routine is very intensive and involves regular, daily MLD sessions to minimise the swelling and fluid collection.

Should I choose VASER, Mid def or Hi def/4D?

Dr Wolf will discuss the most appropriate option once he has examined you. These treatments are not weight loss programs, but are geared for patient that are already in shape and would like to achieve just that little more contour. It needs to be combined with healthy diet and regular cardiovascular exercise.

When will the results be visible?

Every individual’s journey will vary, but in most cases the initial results will be seen in two to six week. The results then mature over the following four to six months.  Healthy diet and resuming regular exercise is paramount.

 

VASER Hi Def FAQ

  • Question: This does depend on your genetics, your general metabolism and your activity levels. The weight will distribute evenly over the whole body. Although some of the fat cells have been destroyed and removed, this does not prevent the remaining cells from growing.

    Answer: What if I gain weight?

  • Question: When can I resume exercise?

    Answer: We recommend refraining from high impact exercise for two to three weeks. Dr Wolf will discuss your individual case. Walking can be resumed in the first few days and we encourage this to promote leakage and swelling reduction.

  • Question: When can I fly?

    Answer: We recommend 2 weeks of no flying.

  • Question: When can I go back to work?

    Answer: We suggest 5 days of taking it easy at home.