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Reviews and Side Effects of Body Jet Liposuction

Updated on September 4, 2012

Body Jet Liposuction Side Effects

Body Jet Liposuction is a procedure that reduces fluid providing less bruising, swelling and decreased overall trauma. This technique flushes fat cells from the body instead of destroying them and can be performed on the stomach, thighs, and arms and under the chin. It is not a major fat removal system but it is ideal for people that need to lose less than 25 pounds.

The procedure of Body Jet Liposuction is water-assisted so it uses a spray of water to loosen the fat cells to be removed. The solution pushes sheets of fat apart instead of destroying them which causes less trauma. It leaves the connective tissues and blood vessels intact which provides contouring results with less discomfort. Body Jet Liposuction removes fat cells so the treated areas won't be affected by fat after however, non-treated areas can still be affected by future weight gain. There is only need for local anesthesia at most and there is a decreased chance for dimpling skin or leaving irregular skin texture. The swelling is minimal and post-procedure discomfort lasts only a couple of days. You are able to walk out of your appointment with minimal discomfort and most people go back to work and resume full activity within 4 days. Because it is such a quick procedure it is safe to do multiple areas at one time or you can choose to spread them out over different appointments. Like all procedures, there is potential side effect of Body Jet Liposuction unlike a quality cellulite lotion.

Side Effects of Body Jet Liposuction

Body Jet Liposuction can Cause Tissue Damage

Due to a small pulsating spray being used, it doesn't require strong force allowing the surgeon more control. There is however still a risk damaging blood vessels and the surrounding tissues. This gentle procedure allows for detailed contouring and minimal bruising.

Increased Cellulite with Body Jet Liposuction

Body Jet Liposuction can be used in some cases for cellulite removal. Although in most situations decreased cellulite is visible however there is a small percentage that has increased visual cellulite after the fat is removed.

Body Jet Liposuction Causes Irregularities

Although the Body Jet Liposuction procedure is designed to leave you with smoother skin, there is a risk of rippling.This can be caused by poor supervision and the suction being made too close to the skin. It is designed to use less force and flush fluid out of the body as fast as it enters. Because less fluid is in the patient, it allows the procedure to be more accurate thus giving a smooth contoured result.

Body Jet Liposuction leaves you with a leaner body that essentially builds your self-confidence. This procedure leaves you with immediate results and the results will continue to improve over the next few weeks. It has less bleeding, and minimal bruising and swelling. For the week prior to the procedure you should not smoke or take any aspirin. Birth control pills should not be taken 2 weeks prior because they can increase the chance for blood clot. Expressing any concerns and asking your surgeon questions can assure you a rewarding Body Jet Liposuction experience.


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