3d & Vaser Liposuction Perth


Both women and men have body areas where fat cells are deposited easily and are diet and exercise resistant. These areas include thighs and hips in women, and stomach, chest and love handles in men. The modern day lifestyle of long working hours, lack of exercise and high calorie comfort foods means that for many, getting rid of body fat deposits is not as easy as it may seem.

Medaesthetics® is one of the handful of clinic in Australia to offers Power Assisted Vibrational Liposuction (PAL), latest Vaser 2.2  Liposuction (more advance than the old 2.0 Vaser) as well as Non surgical fat freezing procedure, the revolutionary Coolsculpting® by Zeltiq™. To learn more about Coolsculpting, please click here. To learn more about Vaser 2.2 Liposculpture, please click here.

Important: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

What is the difference between liposuction and liposculpture?

Liposuction and liposculpture both refer to the method of removing excess fat from problem areas using small cannulas.

The term liposculpture is more commonly used when liposuction is used in smaller areas to reshape the female figure or define the male physique, implying a more artistic procedure.

Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL) is a more effective and safer way to eliminate unwanted deposits of fat from large or small areas, and allows patients to achieve dramatically improved results with a faster recovery than ordinary liposuction.

What is 3D Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL)?

To reduce the physical demands of traditional liposuction, MicroAire™ Surgical Instruments developed a power-assisted cannula that works by gently vibrating back and forth, at speeds that are barely visible to the eye, and which are gentle to the touch. This patented improvement allows the cannula to pass through fibrous tissue with remarkable ease, and provides greater precision and control for the surgeon.

It involves removing the deep fat layer first and then progresses to a more superficial level, shaping from the inside out in a 3D plane. The result is a sensual, aesthetic shape, which compliments the beautiful figure and contours of the body.

While the PAL innovation achieves the goal of making liposuction easier for the surgeon, it also provides meaningful patient benefits. Primarily, PAL passes through fibrous tissue without tearing it, without damaging micro-vessels, and leaving the fat cells (called adipocytes) intact for autologous grafting to other areas of the body, if so desired.

Cell viability is becoming increasingly more important because of a new process called fat transfer, or fat grafting. In this procedure, a surgeon uses liposuction to harvest fat cells through a closed, sterile system which maintains the viability of the living cells within the fat. The surgeon can then re-inject a portion of the patient’s own sterile fat cells into other areas of the body or face to enhance areas that may have lost volume over time. PAL produces higher cell viability than heat-based methods that destroy the fat cells during liposuction.

The PAL Solution:

Use your imagination to picture the fat in your body as grapes on a grapevine, and your connective tissue as the leaves and vines. PAL’s patented reciprocating action gently shakes the grapes loose, leaving the vines and leaves intact.

Heat-based methods such as laser or radio-frequency methods cause the grapes to explode and may burn the vines and leaves. Traditional manual lipo procedures may tear apart the whole grape-bunch, and extract everything, including the vines and leaves. With these methods, the grapes are destroyed and the vines and leaves are damaged.

Using the PAL system, the grapes are gently plucked without destroying the vines. This means that the PAL procedure has some very worthwhile and unique advantages:

  • Less bruising, swelling and trauma.
  • Improved patient comfort and safety.
  • Faster healing process as the tissue surrounding the fat is not destroyed.
  • PAL is not heath based, so unlike laser devices, skin burns are not a concern.
  • Improved surgeon precision for greater accuracy in body sculpting.


Which areas are most commonly treated?

Most commonly treated areas are the hips, outer thighs, abdomen, buttocks, chin, waist, knees, calves and ankles. Liposuction is often used on the neck in conjunction with a face lift.

Fundamental to a successful liposuction is the patient assessment and thoroughness of the doctor, with an aesthetic eye and the level of skill necessary to deliver the results. Balance is important when considering the aesthetic lines of a female silhouette in particular.

What is the downtime associated with this procedure?

Most healthy patients are usually back to their regular routine within 10 to 14 days. Post-operative surgical discomfort generally only requires paracetamol with codeine to control it.

Will PAL 3d liposuction stop me from gaining weight in future?

By the end of adolescence, most people have produced a fixed number of fat cells, which will be with them for their remaining years. After this, if a person gains weight, then the pre-existing fat cells grow larger, rather than the body producing more fat cells. Many patients find that liposuction results in a psychological boost that gives them renewed confidence and more incentive to lose weight; in some patients weight loss seems easier post liposuction. It is important to follow a healthy and active lifestyle.

Who can benefit from PAL 3d liposuction ?

The best candidates for PAL liposculpture have firm elastic skin, are in good health and have tried to eliminate bulges through diet, exercise and weight loss.

Liposculpture and liposuction are not suitable for people who are simply overweight. It is a body reshaping procedure not a weight loss procedure.

Skin-Pinch Test. The thickness of the treated area measured before and immediately after 3D Liposuction. Dr Ehsan Jadoon’s patient.

What is the difference between tumescent liposuction, SmartLipo, vaser liposuction, powered assisted liposuction, CoolLipo, Laser lipo etc.?

Tumescent liposuction is a surgical procedure of removing fat from a body area after a special local anaesthetic fluid infiltration (called tumescent fluid). All other types of liposuction are different company trademarked names of devices and instruments (lasers, ultrasound, radiofrequency etc.) that aid in that process. They are all used as part of the tumescent technique, not in lieu of it.

How long do the effects of the liposculpture last?

The effects are usually permanent if you maintain a healthy and active life style. However if you put weight on later, the fat cells can return in that area. Many patients find that liposuction is a psychological boost that gives them more incentive to lose weight and in some patients, weight loss seems easier post liposuction. It is important to follow a healthy and active lifestyle after this procedure.

Does the fat come back in other spots after liposculpture?

If a patient does not gain weight after liposuction, fat does not accumulate in other areas of the body. However, if a patient gains a significant amount of weight, then that fat has to go somewhere else. It is important to follow a healthy and active lifestyle to prevent this.

When will I see results?

While you will see some results straight away, you will not see the full result of your treatment until all swelling has settled down. This usually improves over the first few weeks. After 10 days you will have a good idea of the effect of the procedure, and after six weeks you will see around 85% of the result. At six months the full effect of the procedure is clear.

What can I do to ensure I get the best results?

The compression garment is vital as it alleviates pain and also prevents swelling. It is important that you continue to wear the compression garment for the period prescribed by your doctor as it also aids the body in recovery and ensures the skin contracts evenly. From the second day following your surgery it is advised that you do some low impact exercise (such as walking) for 30 minutes a day to encourage blood circulation. There are also some massage techniques that can assist which we will discuss with you. You can return to non-strenuous work within two days but should not attempt more strenuous activity for the first two weeks.

When can I resume work?

This depends upon the body area treated and the amount of fat removed. For smaller areas like chin or inner knees, most patients are able to resume work within 5-7 days. You should not resume heavy exercise for at least two weeks.

What sort of post-operative follow-up is there?

Patients are reviewed the next day as well as one week following their surgery. Third review is usually scheduled after four weeks to 8 weeks.

Will there be scars from the procedure and how noticeable will they be?

Incisions performed during liposuction are only 3–4 millimetres long and usually heal rapidly. After several months the scars are usually not noticeable.

Do I need to abide by any special diet, both pre-operatively and post-operatively?

You should follow a healthy and balanced diet prior to the operation. However, consuming certain products can make you bleed easily. Avoid fish and fish oil, green tea, ginseng, turmeric, garlic, alcohol for at least 7 days before your surgery. For the 10 days prior to the surgery you should not take any blood thinning medication such as anti-inflammatories like aspirin or nurofen and warfarin etc. Please discuss all current medications you are on with your doctor at the time of initial consultation.

What are the risks of liposculpture surgery?

Like any surgery, liposculpture carries some risks. Although complications are quite rare, they can include infection, which is very uncommon. It is thought that the tumescent fluid is also antibacterial. Other uncommon risks include post operative bleeding and collection of fluid in a small pocket under the skin (seroma). There are some other more serious risks of liposuction including fat embolism. Fortunately they are very rare. This will be discussed at the time of the consultation.

Does liposuction remove cellulite?

Liposuction improves the silhouette of the body, but does not necessarily eliminate the pre-existing cellulite. It does reduce the degree of cellulite to a minor extent but it is unlikely to produce a significant improvement.

Am I a candidate for a tummy tuck as well?

The only patients who may need a tummy tuck in addition to liposuction are those with significant degrees of lower abdominal skin laxity, unusually extensive stretch marks, or severely stretched abdominal muscles (as a result of pregnancy). After liposuction, abdominal skin often contracts to a reasonable degree so that an excision surgery (tummy tuck) is not necessary in majority of cases.

Your doctor will assess you at the time of consultation to see which procedure is suitable for you.

How much does it cost?

Liposculpture costs depend upon the number of areas being treated and the time it takes to perform the procedure. One area costs $3,850, all inclusive. At Medaesthetics®, the procedure is done under local anaesthesia. This offers a very cost effective alternative to traditional liposuction with less downtime and risks which are associated with general anaesthesia.

For more information on 3d liposuction pricing in Perth please click here.

Why choose Medaesthetics® in Perth WA for your liposuction surgery?

Contact us today to discuss your options in Perth for 3d Liposuction. To book an appointment, please click here.

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