Although the anesthesia requirements are lessened and blood loss is minimised with Vaser Liposculpture (Liposuction), patients undergoing the procedure still face the same risks associated with any Cosmetic Surgery. There is a minimal risk of infection, however this is decreased significantly by the anti-bacterial action of the Tumescent fluid and the antibiotics which are administered during the procedure.

A temporary loss of feeling may occur in the skin of the treated area until the swelling subsides. In a very small number of cases, dimpling and unevenness may occur.  If this occurs then a small touch up procedure may be required to address this. Vaser Liposculpture (Liposuction) has a proven track record of reducing procedure risks and reducing follow up touch up requirements compared to standard Liposuction.