| Vaser 6-pack Abs

No matter how many sit-ups and crunches you do, it can seem impossible to achieve that much-coveted six-pack. Getting rid of body fat that is sitting on top of your abdominal muscles can be very challenging, especially if you tend to gain weight around your midsection before other parts of the body.

Vaser lipo is an innovative abdominal liposuction procedure that can help you achieve that six-pack permanently. Unlike traditional liposuction, Vaser lipo delivers a very precise and targeted treatment, and can be especially effective for sculpting the midsection.

If you want to get six-pack abs before summer, set up a consultation with a plastic surgeon in your area. Your surgeon can explain the benefits of Vaser lipo, and determine whether you are a good candidate for this popular procedure.
Getting a Six-Pack with Vaser Lipo.

Many plastic surgeons prefer to use the Vaser lipo procedure over other types of liposuction because it can get rid of localized pockets of fat and be used to carve or "etch" the tissues to create a six-pack. During this procedure, the surgeon removes the layer of body fat sitting on top of the abdominal muscles by breaking down the body fat with ultrasonic energy.

Tumescent fluid that is used to numb the area expands the treated area so that it's easier to remove the fat cells quickly. The high-frequency sound waves can be very effective for breaking down even stubborn body fat and fatty tissue that has been in the body for several years. The loosened body fat is suctioned away gently with a very small cannula, and the surgeon can target some of the deeper layers of body fat sitting around the abdominal muscles. The skin will retract and heal quickly shortly after the procedure, creating a natural "tightening" effect. The key to creating a six-pack with Vaser lipo lies in the technique. The surgeon must remove body fat that sits along the muscle lines, or the abdominal muscles will remain hidden. This is why it is so important to work with an experienced and qualified board-certified surgeon.

Call now for a consultation with Dr. Medawar to know more about the procedure.