Amaris B. Clinic has continously been at the forefront and the choice of many when it comes to body sculpting and fat reduction since 2005. Its Medical Director, Dr Ivan Puah B.K, who has more than 15 years of experience in the field of body sculpting and aesthetic medicine, answers some common questions about VASER Liposelection, one of the world’s most recognised and clinically proven body contouring technology.
What is VASER Liposelection? Is it safe?
VASER Liposelection is an advanced body contouring procedure utilising ultrasound waves to precisely target and break up stubborn fat without causing damage to the surrounding tissues such as nerve, blood vessels and connective tissues. This simple and minimally-invasive treatment is clinically proven to produce even results in treated areas, rendering a more beautifully contoured physique and smoother skin.
VASER Liposelection is a safe treatment when performed in the hands of an experienced and qualified doctor licensed by Ministry Of Health Singapore.
What body areas can be treated with VASER Liposelection?
Almost on all body areas! Common areas that we treat are jowls, chin and cheeks. We’ve also performed it on the tummy, hips, waist, arms, thighs, knees and calves.
How much weight can I loss after VASER Liposelection?
It is important to understand th It is important to understand that VASER Liposelection, like any other body contouring treatment, is not a weight loss procedure. It is a fat reduction procedure to effectively remove stubborn fat deposits that remain despite regular exercises and healthy diet.
What about future weight gain or fat migrating to other areas?
Once you have fat removed, it’s permanently gone. Adopting a healthy lifestyle of proper diet and regular exercises will help to ensure the loss and prevention of fat migration. However, if you do experience weight gain after the VASER Liposelection treatment, it will tend to be proportionately distributed over your entire body.
How soon can I see the results?
Results are immediately noticeable and will continue to improve as the body heals. Final results can be expected within three to four months.