The Use Of UAL (Ultrasonic Assisted Liposuction) Permits Safer Removal Of Higher Quantities Of Fat With the use of ultrasonic assisted liposuction, a safer removal of larger amounts of fat is allowed compared to that of standard liposuction. This increase in safety is because of the reduced amount of blood that is removed through UAL. This means that UAL can be of use to those who are moderately overweight even though UAL, like standard liposuction, is not a weight loss procedure. Ultrasonic assisted liposuction is intended to create improved contours and improve proportions in one's body. This will result in a more flattering physique or figure, out of or in clothing.
The liposuction procedure will be performed on an outpatient basis. General anesthesia is appropriate for UAL. Small suction tubes, often called cannulas, will be inserted through very short incisions placed in inconspicuous locations near the deposits of fat, and extra fat will be removed. If there is an extremely large volume of fat the be removed, the patient may be asked to donate a unit or two of blood and take supplemental iron prior to their surgery. A person's own blood may then be used as a transfusion at the end of the surgery. The frequency of a need for this, however is decreased through the use of UAL.
After surgery, the patient will return home with a compression garment covering the treated areas. Compression will be advised for about a month as it will help in reducing the swelling and will also help a person in achieving the final results of their surgery more quickly. Once soreness and pain decrease, it is frequently more comfortable for a person to wear spandex or lycra exercise pants. Initial discomfort will be easily controlled with the use of oral medication. The advantages of UAL are decreased bruising, reduced blood loss, overall faster healing, and a possible reduction in post-operative discomfort. Swelling and bruising will typically subside in two to four weeks. And the final results of the procedure will take shape over two to three months.
Additional procedures that would be able to enhance the results of UAL include breast reduction, tummy tuck surgery, breast lift, thigh lift, breast augmentation, and buttock lift. The procedure will almost always be considered cosmetic and therefore will not be covered by insurance. The patient will be responsible for all payment. The specific risks that are associated with this procedure for a given individual are able to be determined only at the time of the consultation. All surgical procedures will have some degree of risk. Minor complications, that are unaffecting of the outcome, will sometimes occur, but a major complication is very rare.
Many cosmetic surgeons will use a PAL or power assisted liposuction device in order to perform this procedure. This system will use a 2-mm reciprocating movement at 4000 cycles per minute. This means that there will be less force required, specifically in the areas with more fibrous tissues. That will make the liposuction procedure much easier on patients. The PAL is not ultrasonic and no heat will be generated by the instrument or cannula, so burning will not be a concern.
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Article Added on Saturday, July 31, 2010
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