There are some common features, some being developed shoulders and chest making the trunk look like a “V”, strong arms, and a more or less narrow waist, just like the ideal male beauty in classical Greek-Latin art. Men who look like Greek statues are considered beautiful and as such sexually more attractive.
We can also interpret the body attributes which define a man as “beautiful” are synonymous with physical strength and sexual prowess, defense and attack.
In recent times the male torso has become the most powerful advertising image, since it is attractive for men, women, gays and heterosexuals. Thus the male body has also started to become a “consumer object” in advertising.
HiDef abdominal definition with Vaser seeks an athletic look for abdominal muscles, i.e. the so-called “six pack” offering a toned sexy appearance.
This is a dream come true for people tired of sweating and suffering in the gym who want to see their abdominals well-defined. The same goes for those tired of strict diets and all kinds of exercises without result.
I’ve operated on elite athletes who despite their workout routine were unable to eliminate certain fatty deposits. Having defined abs is no longer the achievement of film or TV artists, now this operation is quickly and safely available to almost everyone.
In the case of the abdomen, the natural wall outlines of this body area are highlighted, i.e. both horizontal and vertical grooves imitating the rectus, oblique and serratus muscles.
It can also be performed on: shoulders, arms, chest, back, buttocks and legs.
This technique is ideal for patients with few fatty deposits in the areas to be worked, enabling strong muscular appearance to be achieved. It cannot be used on overweight or obese patients. For long term conservation of the goals achieved and ongoing improvement, it’s extremely important the patient continues doing physical exercise. Good eating habits are also advisable.
High definition lipolysis is the 21st century esthetics revolution.