PAL -Power assisted lipoplasty - Vibration liposuction

Vibration liposuction

The vibratory liposuction uses a device that puts the suction cannula into vibration, reminiscent of a pneumatic hammer.
Cannula vibrations cause faster separation of fat cells from surrounding connective tissue structures, which increases the efficiency of suctioning and shortens the entire procedure.
Vibrations also act sparingly on blood vessels and nerve fibers found in the subcutaneous tissue. All this reduces the side effects and a faster recovery after surgery.
 Fat cells sucked out using the vibrating method are suitable for further use as a material for transplantation or for harvesting stem cells.

Although the method has been used for over 30 years, it is a great tool for body modeling in the hands of an experienced operator.
The only downside of vibrational liposuction is that during this procedure only straight cannulas can be used, which makes it impossible to use the full instrumentation available for liposuction of certain areas of the body to which bent cannulas should be used.
 The following areas can be operated with vibratory liposuction:

  • Abdomen
  • Waist
  • Inner thighs
  • Outer thighs
  • Knees
  • Calves
  • Back
  • Arms
  • Chin
  • Hamsters
  • Buttocks
  • Banana fold
  • Lipomastia, gynecomastia

Pubic area

In the Liposuction Center, the vibrating method is rarely used, because we have a lot of more modern methods, such as: improved versions of vibrating liposuction – NIL liposuction.
 However, using vibration liposuction, it is possible to achieve great post-treatment results and the vibrating method is still valid in procedures to remove excessive fat, however, the treatment time is longer than with modern methods which is associated with increased load during the treatment, e.g. anesthetic drugs.

  • The duration of the treatment depending on the extent of the procedure from 2 to 5 hours
    Required tests  

    morphology, ionogram, coagulogram, lipidogram, glucose, urea, creatine, Aspat, Alat, ECG patients older than 50

    anesthesia Tumescent anesthesia with intravenous sedation and analgesia
    Convalescence wearing a post-surgical clothing for about 4-6 weeks
    Sutures removal after 7-10 days

In our work, we are guided primarily by the good of patients and the desire to improve their quality of life.

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