Monday, 23 January 2012

Whats the difference between Vaser 4D Sculpt & Vaser Hi Def?

There is no denying that the VASER Hi-Def technique was one of the most influential body contouring procedures in the last decade. However, even earthshakers have their flaws. And as Dr. Hoyos worked more and more with Hi-Def, he realized the multiple flaws the procedure presented.

That is why he went back to the drawing board, re-imagined his creation, and has now released 4D Sculpt™ which is what I practice exclusively at Riverbanks Clinic.

The differences between 4D Sculpt™ and Hi-Def may be subtle, but when applied in the operating room, the nuances are distinctly profound. 4D Sculpt™ means the difference between clunky sculpture and natural human beauty.

Here is an in-depth explanation of the differences between VASER Hi-Def and the highly improved version, 4D Sculpt™.

VASER 4D Sculpt takes into account natural muscle movements.

VASER Hi-Def results often do not show the muscles in motion. It does not incorporate the natural progression of the body in motion. This can give rise to an 'etched' appearance rather than a natural six  pack.

How 4D Sculpt™ Fixes It:
4D Sculpt™ uses a customized combination of anatomical landmarks to prevent deformities. This ensures the newly defined muscles do what muscles are supposed to do: move! That is why 4D Sculpt™ is called 4 dimensional liposculpture. It uses height, width, depth, and dynamic motion. 4D Sculpt™ makes the natural progression of the body apparent according to muscle activity.

VASER Hi-Def is a “One Size Fits All” Procedure.

Aesthetic surgeons probably know better than anyone that every body is unique. Trying to fit a 300lb man and a 125lb woman is ineffective and produces exactly what it looks like, a “one size fits all” result. This attitude of VASER Hi-Def toward the patient causes the surgeon to be biased toward each patient, as though every body type were the same, and every individual patient just like the last.

How 4D Sculpt™ Fixes It:

4D Sculpt™ is a completely customizable procedure that takes every variable into account. A woman hoping to reverse the signs of pregnancy will be viewed much differently than a man with an excess of intraabdominal fat. An example of variables include: age, gender, body type, muscular motion, predicted weight loss, post-pregnancy markers, and so on. Every individual has their own set of different anatomical landmarks that must be taken into consideration for the final result to look like the patient’s natural body.

VASER Hi-Def is Not Dynamic Definition.

VASER Hi-Def results often appear stiff and do not move fluidly with the rest of the body. This is partially because of both the reasons stated above, because VASER Hi-Def does not plan according to each body type or according to where the muscles will move in the future. Dynamic definition encompasses the ideals of 4D Sculpt™, in that once the muscles are defined, they do not appear as though they’ve been carved out of plastic.

How 4D Sculpt™ Fixes It:
4D Sculpt™ fixes a “plastic” appearance that not only incorporates motion, but flows with it. It does this by integrating a second set of pre-surgical markings, drawn according to the patient’s muscles in a static position and in dynamic motion.

4 weeks after Vaser 4D as seen on MTV
VASER 4D Sculpt incorporates much more intensive aftercare than Hi def and this reduces the risks of complications and also speeds up recovery as well as enhancing results. You can watch a video of a treatment session here.

Click here to schedule an appointment with Dr Ravi Jain at Riverbanks Clinic or at his Harley Street consulting rooms.

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