A procedure which is known as Vaser 360 removes fat and does body contouring. It is usd to treat upper legs and gives an ultimate control over them. It works 360 degrees around the legs and targets knees, thighs and buttock crease by using vaser lipo which does body contouring by minimal invasion. Vaser is much less invasive than conservative liposuction. The reason for this is that it differentiates between fat and tissues like blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues. This leads to a much reduced chances of damage to other tissues. There is no need to stay in hospital and the patient can walk out the same day. Before vaser lipo, procedures were limited to specific areas.


Women have a tendency to gain weight around thighs which makes them conscious about their body in public. Some people have got general bumps on their thighs and legs which does not appear smooth from outside thereby making them uncomfortable. For some people, it is difficult to attain toned thighs because of fat deposits. Weight loss exercises do not lead to good results in their cases. Traditional liposuction techniques did not yield good results in case of thigh fats or bumps.


Detailed knowledge and experience is required to treat upper legs successfully. Vaser lipo which is performed on inner and outer thighs requires high degree of precision and cannot b performed by just anyone. High level of expertise is required for successful treatment. Vaser stands for Vibration Amplification of Sound Energy at Resonance. It makes use of advanced ultrasound technology and breaks down fat cells in the subcutaneous layer of the skin. It is taken out after it liquefies by a cannula. It is performed under local anesthesia. A small probe is inserted into specific areas and pulses of energy are omitted from it. These target the fat cells and break them away from other tissues essentially melting them. The fat cells which have been dislodged are sucked out gently by small cannulas which cause minimum disruption to the body. Minimally invasive techniques are used in this procedure to reduce bruises, swelling and any other discomfort. This process is proving to be very popular among people as it gives superior results with minimal invasion.

Thigh liposuction and contouring

When contouring is done, it is important to keep the natural proportions of the body in mind. This helps in creating a natural silhouette that suits the whole body of the patient. A surgeon has to understand these proportions and correct other imperfections of the body. A surgeon must take into account the frontal, back, inner and outer thigh view before going for any correction.

General Information about thigh liposuction

It is done to remove unwanted fat from thighs which do not go by exercise or diet. A person will feel stiff for a few days and there can also be swelling, numbness, bleeding or burning sensation. Scars may form under the skin in certain cases which may last for some weeks. This kind of liposuction is suitable for patients who have normal weight but have got pocket of fat on their thighs. Firmer and elastic skin leads to better results. It helps in getting rid of some fat cells but not cellulite.

Liposuction of all kinds is performed by using a metal rod which is hollow known as cannula. It is attached to a vacuum pump and inserted in the skin through an incision. It is then moved back and forth in the fatty areas to suck the fat out. When the fat is heavy and globular, ultrasound emitting cannula is used to break he fatty deposits down before suction. Both the standard and the ultrasound emitting liposuction can be improved by tumescent liposuction. Tumescent liposuction involves fluid to be circulated through the area which has to be treated. It reduces pain and bleeding. Cannula sucks up saline and fat together to leave behind a smooth contour.

There are hardly any medical complications. Some patients can experience lose skin or stretch marks as a result of too much fat being removed. Small incisions lead to very small or hidden scars. Final contour appears after three months but an immediate change can be seen. If the patient adopts a healthy lifestyle, new shape will be maintained indefinitely. Bruising and swelling disappears within six weeks but some swelling may remain for as long as six months. Most swelling subsides after three weeks and the patient can resume general activities. There is some fluid drainage post operation from the incision. A drainage tube may be attached to the incisions to allow for drainage and reduce swelling.