Vaser Liposuction Gaining Traction Amongst East Midlands Beauty Fans
Research by leading Nottingham aesthetics clinic Medical Cosmetics has confirmed that VASER liposuction is now one of the most popular and in-demand treatments for beauty fans across the East Midlands.
The clinic has noted a significant rise in this advanced method of body reshaping and sculpting over the last 12 months and expects the trend to continue heading into summer.
VASER lipo is typically safer and quicker than traditional liposuction techniques while still providing notable fat reduction and quality results. It uses ultrasound technology to vibrate the fat cells in the body, causing them to break down. Excess fat is then removed using a standard suction process. The non-surgical procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic, minimising surgical risk and reducing recovery time.
The rise in VASER liposuction treatments is being attributed to increased media interest in alternatives to traditional liposuction processes. Love Island stars Megan Barton Hanson and Cara de la Hoyhde have both participated in media interviews to discuss their experiences with non-surgical liposuction, while adverts for cosmetic surgery have featured heavily during mid-episode breaks of the popular show. This is believed to have sparked many viewers to seek further information about these newer, safer methods of body contouring.
Medical Cosmetics says that despite the increase in popularity, anyone considering VASER lipo must think carefully about the practitioner that they choose and opt for treatment in the UK rather than abroad.
“What we’re seeing right now is an increasing number of young people attracted to the very low cost procedures offered in other countries who are choosing to travel abroad for VASER treatment” says Dr Asher Siddiqi from Medical Cosmetics.
“VASER liposuction is a revolutionary procedure, and despite its booming popularity, our concern is that people are overlooking the level of post-treatment care and monitoring that’s still needed even with these newer, more advanced procedures that are typically safer for the patient.”
Research by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) shows that instances of urgent aftercare required in the UK following cosmetic surgery abroad are rapidly increasing. Healthcare standards around the world can vary significantly to those adhered to in the UK, which could increase the risk of complications. Should complications arise, it is vital that patients have easy access to their doctor and to their clinic in order to receive both effective and timely post-procedure support.