Vaser lipo prices
The cost of liposuction is an important factor in deciding whether to undergo such a procedure, but in evaluating price, it is also important to consider a number of key factors. These include the level of care, patient safety, the quality of medecines and other materials used, and the experience of the surgeon. These factors all contribute to the aesthetic result, which in the end should be the most important factor of your decision.
If a surgical procedure such as Vaser lipo is being offered at a discount, or seems like an unusually good deal then this article should be of interest to you because we fully outline the essential components contributing to the prices we quote in our clinic. This article complements our main page on on Vaser liposuction.
Fat to be removed
Operating and staffing a surgical theatre is costly, and is typically assessed on an hourly basis. The time needed to perform a Vaser lipo procedure is proportional to the volume of fat to be removed and the density of connective tissue holding it in place. More fat and denser connective tissue means a longer and more arduous procedure. At our clinic, we assess your skin type, and estimate the fat volume to remove using an ultrasound scanner. We measure the fat layer thickness of the areas to be treated, and multiply these by their respective widths and heights to produce an accurate estimate. This provides a consistent and repeatable process for assessing the real staffing and theatre costs needed for your procedure. It means that we won't be tempted to cut corners once the operation has started because there will be no surprises about the effort needed, and this will have been fairly reflected in the price we quote you.
High-def versus general bodysculpting
The objective of high-def lipo is to remove enough fat so that the muscular structure can be seen. This requires more care and precision than general bodysculpting, and requires more time in the operating theatre. Consequently, prices for high-def lipo are a bit higher.
Staff and materials
For the safety of the patient, we fully staff our operating theatre with a surgeon, assisting doctor, nurse, and when needed, an anaesthetist. This means that your treatment will go more smoothly, with less probability of complications or accidents. Not all practitioners take the same precautions as in our clinic, and this may explain differences in pricing.
In addition, we only use top graded materials during our procedures, as well as bona fide Vaser equipment and probes.
Many Vaser doctors use public and private hospitals to peform liposuction procedures, which in part can reduce their overall cosrts. However, due to the high volume of sick patients treated in hospitals, from a safety perspective, and in the interests of reducing potential infections for our patients, we manage our own operating theatre.
Good post-operative care is key to getting a good aesthetic result from Vaser lipo. Monitoring skin retraction, adjusting the compression garments, and assisting the drainage of fluids are all essential to providing top quality after care. For these reasons, we include five post-operative visits in the prices for all our procedures. Click here for more information on our post-operative Vaser liposuction care.
During a face-to-face consultation your surgeon will discuss your objectives, evaluate your suitability, and make the ultrasound measurements needed to give you the best price Vaser lipo procedure (click here to read more about our Vaser consultation process). Each patient is unique, and so a pre-operative consultation is mandatory, both from the view of medical regulation, as well as from the one of safety. However, the following pricing table is fairly accurate, and can provide good guidance on the cost of this type of procedure in our clinic:
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