PAL Liposuctor

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The innovative PAL Liposuctor is the only us-patented liposuction instrument using a reciprocating motion (rather than rotating) to facilitate the movement of the cannula, gliding through fibrous tissue more easily.
Less bruising and bleeding
Stern cell and lipofilling possibilities
Fast procedure

What is liposuction?

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that reduces body fat by suctioning fat cells out of the body using a narrow stainless steel tube (called a cannula), connected to a medical-grade suctioning system (called an aspirator). Liposuction is intended to remove localized fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise.

What can MicroAire PAL do for you?

  • Removes localized fat deposits
  • Maintains high cell viability
  1. How does MicroAire PAL work?
    To reduce the physical demands of traditional liposuction, MicroAire Surgical Instruments developed a power-assisted cannula that works by gently vibrating back and forth, at speeds that are barely visible to the eye, and which are gentle to the touch. This patented improvement allows the cannula to pass through fibrous tissue with remarkable ease, and provides greater precision and control for the surgeon.
  2. What are the areas that can be treated with MicroAire PAL?
    Men and women carry fat in different areas of their bodies. Men typically want to reduce fat around their abdomen and chest. Women typically want to reduce fat around their abdomen, hips and thighs.
  3. Advantages
    • Less bruising, swelling and trauma
    • Increased patient comfort and improved safety
    • The healing process is faster because connective tissue is not destroyed
    • Improved surgeon precision for body sculpting and contouring
    • Greater cell viability for autologous fat grafting and reinjection
  4. Am I a candidate for PAL?

    Liposuction surgery may be used to treat areas of excess fat in the stomach, buttocks, hips, love handles, saddlebags, thighs, calves, ankles, back, arms, neck and breasts (including male gynecomasty, or breast reduction). Liposuction is equally effective in men and women. Your doctor is best suited to determine if you are a candidate for Power-Assisted Liposuction. But there are a few indications that may help you decide:

    • You have “diet resistant fat” that will not go away with diet or exercise.
    • You have fat deposits that are out of proportion with the rest of your body.
    • You have fat deposits in areas with minimal amounts of excess skin, and good skin elasticity.
  5. What can I expect after surgery?
    The majority of patients only need one treatment; however, some may benefit from more than one treatment depending on how much laxity they have and their body’s own biological response to the ultrasound and the collagen-building process.
  6. Who is a good candidate for MicroAire PAL?
    Your recovery time will vary, depending on the extent and location of your procedure. In the first few days after surgery, you should rest quietly. Most patients will take a pain medication for one or two weeks, but patients should consult with their doctor before taking aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medications. There are natural aids that can reduce bruising and swelling, such as pineapple juice and sunflower-derived aids such as arnica. You can expect swelling and bruising to resolve over the course of a few weeks.
  7. When can I return to my daily activities?
    Some patients return to work within a few days; but for most patients, full activities can resume after a few weeks. Swelling is usually gone in four weeks, but it is important to note that the final results of your lipoplasty will not be fully apparent for several months.