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The area that vazer lipo was done on doesn't sweat. Is this normal?

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Dr. Rene Perez
Cosmetic Surgery

In brief: -

It is a possible sequelae of vaser liposuction.
There is a technique of tumescent liposuction that can be performed for excessive sweating for example.

In brief: -

It is a possible sequelae of vaser liposuction.
There is a technique of tumescent liposuction that can be performed for excessive sweating for example.
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Dr. Alexander Sobel
Cosmetic Surgery

In brief: Absolutley

Any form of lipolysis or, indeed in some cases, liposuction can inhibit sweat production in that area.
Typically this is temporary but may be permanent.

In brief: Absolutley

Any form of lipolysis or, indeed in some cases, liposuction can inhibit sweat production in that area.
Typically this is temporary but may be permanent.
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Dr. Daniel Careaga
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: Very possibly

Actually this can happen.
Delivering ultrasonic energy (such as vaser) or laser energy (such as smartlipo or cellulaze) to the sweat glands can damage them and lead to a reduction in swearing. Cellulaze by cynosure is a procedure that treats excessive sweating by doing just that.

In brief: Very possibly

Actually this can happen.
Delivering ultrasonic energy (such as vaser) or laser energy (such as smartlipo or cellulaze) to the sweat glands can damage them and lead to a reduction in swearing. Cellulaze by cynosure is a procedure that treats excessive sweating by doing just that.
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