VASER Hi-Definition Liposuction For Men

Vaser Hi-Definition Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure specifically designed for men.

Liposuction is a commonly done cosmetic procedure that is popular both in the United States and elsewhere. While liposuction has traditionally been more popular among female patients, there is a growing trend of males seeking liposuction to get their desired body shapes in today’s image-conscious world. Similarly, males can also undergo the removal of unwanted, stubborn pockets of fat that they believe detract from their looks and prevent them from achieving the masculine, youthful sculpted look they desire.

Ideal Candidates for Liposuction

The optimal candidate is in good physical condition, with a sound and robust state of health, and does not have excess weight (or perhaps only a slight amount). Additionally, they are concerned about one or more specific areas of concern. Oftentimes, these regions are unresponsive to dieting, exercise, or other weight loss methods. It is important for patients to have reasonable expectations and understand that this approach is not a replacement for a proper diet and regular exercise. Its primary purpose is to sculpt and shape your physique.

Even little localized deposits of fat can sometimes result in an asymmetrical appearance, leading to a decrease in self-assurance. Liposuction can efficiently remove excess fat from these areas, resulting in a leaner and more toned appearance. It is also possible to treat larger areas. It is important to remember that liposuction does not replace exercise, healthy eating, and regular weight loss as indicated.
Liposuction necessitates lifestyle modifications and is not merely a convenient remedy. Patients that have moderate expectations are usually satisfied with their results.

Typical Areas for Liposuction in Men

Liposuction is commonly performed on men’s chest, flanks, mid-region, neck, and jawline. Lipid transfer can enhance the appearance of muscle mass in the pectoral, gluteal, deltoid, and biceps muscles. Some of the typically (and not commonly) addressed areas include:

Central area


Pectoral muscles/male breasts


The anatomical term “hips” refers to the region of the body that includes the pelvis and the upper part of the thigh bone.

Cervical region

Limbs attached to the shoulder joint, typically used for manipulation and movement.

Upper legs

Liposuction is a commonly done cosmetic procedure that is popular in the United States and globally. Although the majority of liposuction patients are female, in today’s appearance-conscious world, an increasing number of males are turning to liposuction in order to get their desired body forms. Similarly to ladies, males can also undergo the removal of unwanted, stubborn pockets of fat that they believe negatively affect their appearance and prevent them from achieving the desired masculine, youthful, sculpted image.

Gynecomastia, a disorder characterized by the enlargement of male breast tissue due to particular medications, medicines, and hormonal imbalances, can often be treated with liposuction. This typical issue can be addressed with conventional breast reduction surgery; however, liposuction can often provide equivalent or even better results with minimal recovery time and virtually no visible scarring. Many individuals with gynecomastia have a little amount of adipose tissue that has to be removed and can typically benefit from liposuction.
The removal of excess glandular tissue can typically be achieved using a “pullout” technique using small incisions.

What distinguishes liposuction in males from other procedures?

From an aesthetic standpoint, there are distinct differences between male and female anatomies. While the female body has an hourglass figure, characterized by a widened outward structure of the breasts, a narrow waist, and enhanced hips, the male body possesses a more triangular midsection with more prominent muscular definition. When viewed from the side, the female has a more noticeable and pronounced “S-curve” that extends from the upper back to the lower back and then to the posterior. Contrary to popular belief, females can indeed have definition in their bodies. The female bodies that I have expertly sculpted through liposuction have a respectable level of definition, but not as pronounced as that of males.

I define the term “center method” as a collection of body sites that need to be addressed jointly in multiple patients. In this particular circumstance, the majority of patients, perhaps 90% or more, require the core procedure. This is akin to the act of painting a house. You would neither paint the front nor the rear of the house. The same principle applies to body shaping. Adopt a holistic perspective. In females, the “center method” refers to liposuction of the stomach and flanks, with the arms, thighs, and rump as additional areas for comprehensive body contouring. However, the situation is different for males.

It is essential to simultaneously treat the chest, midsection, and flanks in a male patient. Furthermore, while there are exceptions for each norm, the majority of my patients would benefit from this approach. Most of my male patients visit me with concerns regarding their abdominal region. They significantly neglect their chests and much more so their flanks, but properly addressing these areas can have a significant impact. My aims for the chest area are as follows: The pectoralis major muscle is enhanced, breast tissue is reduced, the pectoralis muscle is increased with intramuscular fat, and the fat between the pectoralis and latissimus dorsi muscles is removed. This can be observed in the underlying model.

I will focus on reducing excess fat in the mid-region to the extent that the linea alba, linea semilunaris, and tendinous engravings become visible. These are the natural divisions between the rectus abdominis muscles and the external oblique muscles in the upper mid-region. Furthermore, I require the reduction of excess fat from the outer midsection, extending this to the sides and posterior region. This can be observed in the previously shown patient.

The Liposuction Procedure

Liposuction procedures for males are performed in a similar manner as those for females. You can acquire further knowledge on the approach and its execution by reading more here.

Rehabilitation Phase

Following the liposuction procedure, patients typically require a few small sutures to close their incisions. You can promptly resume work within a few days following completing the approach. Compression garments should be worn for an extended period of time to help reduce swelling and promote faster healing in the affected area. Post-operative massage therapy, which includes deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, and external ultrasound, is effective in reducing swelling in both quantity and duration, as well as achieving optimal aesthetic outcomes.


Following liposuction, males can expect immediate and discernible improvements, especially when the area is inflamed. During the early stages, growth will gradually increase and the outcomes may be less noticeable. As the process of enlargement diminishes, the results will become more evident and continue to improve over an extended period of time until complete outcomes are achieved. The scars resulting from the liposuction procedure will also fade and typically fully heal within a few months.