Hi-Def liposuction is a liposuction procedure that uses Vaser technology, or ultrasonic waves, to remove stubborn pockets of fat while contouring and sculpting the anatomical features of the body. This type of procedure can remove fat from the superficial and deep adipose tissue layers to sculpt1
This patient has received the VASER High Def on her arms.
This patient received a Vaser High Def of the Legs.
This patient received the Vaser High Def of the legs, hips, and flanks.
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Dr. John gave me what I wasn’t given by Mother Nature. The perfection of the procedure made me proud of my body. You might not understand but let me start by giving you a brief history of my life. I have Gigantomachia which is also called Breast Hypertrophy or Macromastia. It became a shame to me at the puberty stage of my life with my breast growing bigger than my mates. I used to have a normal stature with my back side not big compared to my boobs. It seemed like 50% of my body weight was due to my big breasts by the time I reached 20. It was unbecoming by the time I was 21 years of age. When I couldn’t bear it anymore, I sought help online and I was introduced to Breast Reduction Surgery. Then the question of who will be the right person to do this for me came to my mind. The question actually came as a result of my fear of plastic surgery in general because I’ve heard stories of bad results. My best friend assured me of Dr. John’s competence and the doctor melted my heart with his words of encouragement before the procedure. Dr. John was very down to earth as was his staff. All appointments were prompt and efficient during, and after the procedure process. His entire office was very professional and that made me feel confident that I would achieve my desired results. Without exaggeration, his facilities were modern and advanced. I am a living product of his work because of the new breasts I’ve gotten and the reshaping of my life and story. He gave me a story to tell and I am going to tell it to the world. Thanks Dr. John Millard.