Posted on: February 28, 2023
The best option for you depends on your individual needs and goals. Vaser lipo is a minimally invasive procedure that uses ultrasound technology to target and remove fat cells from the body. Regular lipo with J-Plasma is a more traditional form of liposuction that uses a cannula and suction to remove fat cells. Both procedures can be used to tone the arms, but depending on your desired results, one may be better suited for you than the other. We recommend consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss which procedure is right for you.
Edema (swelling) can be reduced after Vaser and J Plasma treatments by following the post-treatment instructions provided by your physician. These instructions may include wearing compression garments, applying ice to the treated area, elevating the legs when sitting or lying down, and avoiding strenuous activities for a period of time. Additionally, your doctor may recommend specific medications to reduce swelling, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or diuretics.
The best way to determine if you are a suitable candidate for liposuction and J-Plasma procedures is to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. During your consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your overall health, discuss your goals and expectations, and assess the areas of concern to determine the best treatment plan for you.
Yes, it is safe to have Liposuction and J-Plasma done together. However, it is important to consult with your doctor prior to undergoing any kind of procedure. Your doctor will be able to assess your individual needs and determine if the combination of procedures is suitable for you.
The best non-surgical treatment for skin tightening of the face is a combination of radiofrequency energy, ultrasound, and infrared light. This combination of treatments can help to stimulate collagen production, improve skin elasticity, and reduce wrinkles. Other non-surgical treatments that can be used to tighten skin include chemical peels, laser resurfacing, dermal fillers, and microdermabrasion.
No, Renuvion J-Plasma is not used to elevate the breasts. This treatment is an aesthetic procedure used to tighten and contour the skin of the face, neck, arms, abdomen, and legs. It is not approved for use on the breasts.
Liposuction with J-Plasma can be an effective treatment for back fat. However, it is important to note that the results of liposuction depend on the individual’s body type and the amount of fat being removed. Additionally, it may be necessary to combine liposuction with other treatments, such as skin tightening, in order to achieve optimal results. Therefore, it is best to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon who can evaluate your individual case and determine the best course of treatment for you.
The decision to have a tummy tuck or 360 lipo and J-Plasma is ultimately up to you and your doctor. Your doctor will be able to assess your individual needs and make a recommendation based on your goals. In general, a tummy tuck is more invasive than 360 lipo and J-Plasma, but it can provide more dramatic results. If you are looking for less invasive options, then lipo and J-Plasma may be the right choice for you.
1. Follow your doctor’s post-treatment instructions carefully, including any recommended massage techniques.
2. Use a topical retinoid cream or gel to help reduce the appearance of induration bumps/streaks.
3. Apply a cold compress to the affected area several times a day to reduce inflammation and discomfort.
4. Wear a compression garment as directed by your doctor to help reduce swelling and improve results.
5. Avoid sun exposure to the treated area for at least two weeks after treatment, and use sunscreen when outdoors.
6. Avoid strenuous exercise for at least two weeks after treatment to allow the body time to heal properly.
The results of lipo 360 + J-plasma will vary depending on the individual, but typically patients can expect to see a slimmer waistline, improved contours, and a more toned and sculpted appearance. The recovery period for this procedure is typically about two weeks, and during this time you should be able to return to your normal activities. However, it is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions for recovery in order to ensure the best possible results.
J-Plasma is not recommended for mild skin tightening. It is primarily used to treat skin laxity and wrinkles in areas with moderate to severe skin laxity. If you have mild skin laxity, there are other non-invasive treatments such as radiofrequency and laser treatments that may be more suitable for your needs.