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What is Six Pack surgery?

Six Pack surgery or abdominal marking, is the technique by which the abdomen is sculpted leaving visible the muscles of this area popularly known as "Six Pack". This procedure can be performed using Vaser Liposuction or Vaser High Definition since both use ultrasonic technology to eliminate localized fat, which helps achieve muscle redefinition.

Many men and women devote a large part of their exercises to creating abdominal muscles; However, not everyone can reach that athletic definition of the abdomen, hence Six Pack surgery gains more and more followers every day.

Who can perform the procedure?

The best candidates are those who, despite having a good physical form, do not achieve the desired definition in the abdominal area. Candidates are also patients who have already undergone tummy tuck or liposuction surgery and wish to mark the Six Pack to achieve a more athletic appearance and a more chiseled appearance. Those patients who are considering having Six Pack surgery should maintain an appropriate diet with healthy proportions of exercise since the duration of the surgical results depends on it.

What results can I expect from the procedure?

The results of Six Pack surgery are obtaining a fully defined abdomen with the consequent elimination of abdominal fat. If you are a person in good physical condition, but cannot define the abdominal muscles, you should consider this procedure.

Six Pack | Consultation process

The patient will be evaluated before the procedure to check if he is a viable candidate and discuss his options and expectations. The patient should ask the doctor all his doubts regarding the procedure and inform if taking any drug. In the consultation the patient will receive recommendations to consider before performing the Six Pack procedure.

Six Pack | Technique and protocol

The technique used is similar to that of Liposuction. The difference lies in the type of cannula used because, in the case of Six Pack surgery, it has an ultrasonic device that dilutes the fat making it easier to selectively remove it, which allows greater visibility of the abdominal muscles .

Six Pack | Recovery and postoperative care

After the intervention you should follow the medical recommendations to the letter. The Six Pack procedure usually has a shorter recovery period than traditional liposuction, although this depends largely on each patient and the amount of fat removed. Medical recommendations are usually similar to those corresponding to traditional liposuction. The patient must rest for at least ten days, limiting himself from performing activities that require physical strength. After ten days the patient should be able to resume their daily activities always respecting medical advice. Each patient will be monitored to check the results of the intervention and the patient's general state of health.

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