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AirSculpt vs Traditional Liposuction

Excess fats can be annoying, and they can affect your self-esteem very much. Everyone wants to be like the models on the cover page of the magazine. However, when you look at your body, you don’t see yourself as these models because of excess fat. You want to get rid of your excess fat doing with exercise and diets, but sometimes exercise and diet don’t result in positive. At this point, you can start to consider cosmetic procedures, such as liposuction, laser liposuction, and AirSculpt.

Every liposuction techniques are invasive procedures. For this reason, every procedure may include some risks. The AirSculpt is the more minimally invasive procedure than the traditional liposuction and laser liposuction. Thus, AirSculpt offers a minimal risk level, while laser and traditional liposuction offer a medium level of risk. We can encounter some risks, such as skin burns in some laser liposuction procedures, and there may also be muscle tearing in some traditional liposuction cases.

You may feel pain during every liposuction procedure thus, many liposuction procedures require general or local anesthesia. On the other hand, the AirSculpt procedure doesn’t require anesthesia because it offers a minimal level of pain. When you look at the traditional and laser liposuction methods, you can see that these procedures require general anesthesia and narcotics due to a high level of pain.

You don’t want procedures like liposuction to leave scars on your body. Many people want to look as natural as the result of the procedure. The AirSculpt technique provides a natural look and dramatic changes in your body. However, in traditional liposuction and laser-assisted liposuction procedures, scars may occur, and recovery times are generally longer than the AirSculpt procedure.

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