VASERShape is a non-invasive ultrasound and massage system that locally reduces fat and contours the body in 45 – 60 minutes.
The VASERShape treatment uses advanced technology to heat the designated area and treat the underlying tissue to smooth, firm and shape the body by reducing the appearance of cellulite and increasing local blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. VASER Shape can be used as a standalone treatment, and also a perfect post-procedure for body contouring/liposuction.
The best candidate for VASERShape is someone who is happy with their overall weight and size but looking to smooth out the tummy, thighs or any part of the body.
How it Works
The average VASER Shape session time is about 45 to 60 minutes per body area utilizing both an ultrasound and massage handpiece. Treatments are usually scheduled a week apart. Although most patients notice an improvement after one session, anywhere from 3 – 10 treatments may be suggested for optimal results.
The treatment is comfortable and no pre-treatment preparation is required.
The procedure will be administered by a medical assistant depending upon appointment time. The VASER Shape device gently heats your tissues and is typically a comfortable experience. At more aggressive settings, there may be some slight discomfort which ceases immediately after the treatment stops.
Within 2 or 3 days after the first VASER Shape procedure, the patient undergoes a lymphatic drainage treatment, which significantly contributes to the resolution of swelling and achievement of the VASER Shape outcome. Your results will manifest over the subsequent weeks of treatment, which will then take only about 20 minutes each, depending on the area.
What to expect:
Following the procedure, patients can resume normal activity without pain or downtime. The skin may appear slightly pink and feel warm after the procedure due to the increased local blood circulation in the area only for a few hours.
Contact a plastic surgeon for more information.
The information on this site is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a licensed medical practitioner. If you are experiencing a serious medical condition call your local emergency services or your doctor.