is a fairly new device introduced in 2000. When
this model came out Dr. Michael Byun taught
other doctors how to use it as well as informed
them of its positive effects.
years ago, the liposuction machine used was
not ultrasonic. The older generation machines
would involve excess bleeding during surgeries,
and would give a lumpy, sagging loose skin appearance
is the study of the uses and properties of sound
waves of very high frequency. This piece of
equipment demonstrates 36,000 pulses per second,
bursting and melting the fat cells.
tumescent solution: a mixture of 1% Lidocaine,
Lactated ringer, and Epinephrine, is first induced
into the area to inflate the cells. This makes
it easier to break down the fat cells to suction
out with the probes. The tumescent solution
also reduces bleeding unlike the previous model.
In addition, as a positive side effect, it is
found that the suction probe tightens the skin
during the liposuction process.
the last ten years, this device has been triumphant
for successful plastic surgeons like Dr. Byun.
Dr. Byun is an expert with the Vaser liposuction.
In fact, he is one the leading teaching surgeons
for the residents in Plastic Surgery at Rush
Medical, UIC, and Northwestern Medical University
specializing in Vaser Ultrasonic liposuction,
as well as other techniques. Dr. Byun chose
this model because he not only can use it for
lower body, but also on the chin and cheek area.