Vaser LipoSelection Side Effects
Vaser LipoSelection can produce swelling, soreness, and bruising.
Who shouldn't use it: Vaser LipoSelection is not for women who are pregnant or who have given birth within three months of treatment. If the procedure is abdomen-aimed, then patients should not have any abdominal disorders such as ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease.
Vaser LipoSelection should not be used on patients who are allergic to anesthesia, lidocaine, epinephrine, or who have a history of keloid formation, poorly healing wounds, or heart failure.
Drawbacks: The full effects of Vaser LipoSelection are not instantaneous. The treatment won't restrict weight gain unless it's paired with proper diet and exercise.
Recovery Time For Vaser LipoSelection
You'll be walking, eating, and getting dressed the same day. Some patients can return to work within 24 hours. Others decide to wait between three days and a week before returning to work. This will depend on how your body heals.
After care for Vaser LipoSelection: After Vaser LipoSelection, you'll be placed in a compression garment, which should be worn for 24 hours straight. You should continue wearing this for two weeks, though it can be removed before showering.