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Overview of Vasersmooth Surgery

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Vasersmooth Surgery, women are tired of wearing sarong, towels, and covering up on the beach or pool to cover the unsightly crevices and protrusions known as cellulite. Surgery to treat cellulite is becoming more and more popular. Cellulite reduction operations currently include Cellulaze and VASERsmooth. The manufacturers behind Cellulaze and VASERsmooth claim the procedure will improve the appearance of cellulite. However, before having one of these procedures, there are several things that you should consider before proceeding with cellulite reduction surgery.

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Article Contents

  1. Obesity and Cellulite
  2. Loose Skin and Cellulitis
  3. Only a Little Cellulite?
  4. Squeeze It to See It
  5. Severe cellulite
  6. Setting the Right Expectations
  7. There is no free lunch

1. Obesity and Cellulite

If you are obese, cellulite reduction surgery is not the best route to take. Incorporating proper nutrition and exercise to reduce the amount of fat in a large body frame will do more for you than cellulite surgery. Reducing the overall volume of fat can help reduce the bulging aspects of cellulite, and hence, improve the appearance of cellulite. Also, like most surgical procedures, reasonable weight for your height increases the security of the process and reduces the occurrence of complications.

2. Loose Skin and Cellulitis

If the dimples on your thighs are accompanied by loose skin, you might want to consider a different procedure, thigh lift. Cellulite surgery will not tighten your skin. For example, pull up your upper thigh skin. Are the dimples on your thigh missing? Do you have the right amount of skin piled up at the top of the leg when you pull on the skin? If the answer to these questions is yes, then thigh lift, while more invasive than cellulite reduction surgery, will take care of both problems.

3. Only a Little Cellulite for Vasersmooth ?

Do you only have a few dimples? Consider yourself lucky. There are women who have cellulite on the back, front and sides of the thighs, and in a way that is heavy enough to boot. At around $ 2500 per area, cellulite reduction surgery may not be worth the cost. However, if some of the dimples cause you to experience real emotional and social pressure, then it might be worth it!

4. Squeeze It to See It

Do you only have cellulite when your skin is squeezed? Do you only see your cellulite when you are sitting but not standing? If your answer to this question is yes, then don’t waste your money on cellulite surgical treatment. Instead, consider yourself blessed! If you are one of the lucky women included in this category, but you still choose surgery, you will be disappointed. Why? The ultimate goal of cellulite treatment is to get an improvement in the appearance of cellulite when standing. If you already have the results, why pay for costs and recover!

5. Severe cellulite

Conversely, if you have significant cracks and dimples, don’t expect your feet or buttocks to be completely smooth and free without really any evidence of cellulite after the procedure. A plastic surgeon is a doctor, not a magician. You will still have cellulite after the process. Say this to yourself: “I will still experience cellulite; it won’t be as bad as before.” If your surgeon tells you that you will have complete eradication of your cellulite, he may also show you anything else you want to hear to get your money. Run, don’t walk, quickly move away from the surgeon and find another surgeon who will speak the truth. The truth may not sound sweet, but you will avoid disappointment. Some cellulite can be so severe and widespread that cellulite reduction surgery has little effect.

6. Vasersmooth : Setting the Right Expectations

Even if you don’t have significant cellulite, and you are the perfect candidate for Cellulaze or VASERsmooth, you shouldn’t expect every last gap to be removed entirely. Treatment serves to reduce the appearance of cellulite, not to eliminate cellulite. Some dimples may be wholly gone, others may be less deep than they are today, and others may be so punched or deep, that they are resistant to treatment.

7. No Free Lunch

I always say that when it comes to plastic surgery procedures, there is no free lunch. In the end, you are a critical factor in how well a method will change. Surgeons can’t do everything. After the surgeon completes the procedure, you own 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Proper nutrition with emphasis on vegetables and lean protein, weight training, cardio training, and stretching are all needed to maintain the results that come with cellulite surgery.