About PAL®

 

What is PAL?

Power-assisted liposuction, known as PAL, is a minimally invasive body contouring procedure that eliminates unwanted fat from areas of the body resistant to diet and exercise.

The PAL system adds gentle vibration to the traditional liposuction procedure, which assists in breaking up targeted fat cells and allows for easier extraction. Easier extraction means a faster procedure, less bruising and a shorter recovery.[1]

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Benefits of PAL

Compare PAL to Traditional Liposuction

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Shorter recovery time.[1]

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Less bruising, swelling and trauma.[1]

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Increased patient comfort and improved safety.

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PAL is not heat based, so patient burns are not a concern.

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Improved surgeon precision for body sculpting and contouring.[1]

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Greater cell viability for autologous fat grafting and reinjection.[2][3][4]

Power-Assisted Liposuction is a more effective and safer way to eliminate unwanted deposits of fat from large or small areas, and allows patients to achieve dramatically improved results with a faster recovery than ordinary liposuction.
— DR. MICHAEL MACRI, MD AESTHETICS MEDI-SPA LASER CENTER

Discover more reasons why plastic surgeons use the PAL system.

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1. Katz BE, Bruck MC, Coleman WP. The Benefits of Powered Liposuction Versus Traditional Liposuction: A Paired Comparison Analysis. 2001. Dermatol Surg; 27:863-967.
2. Keck M, Kober J, Riedl O, Kitzinger HB, Wolf S, Stulnig TM, Zeyda M, Gugerell A. Power assisted liposuction to obtain adipose-derived stem cells: impact on viability and differentiation to adipocytes in comparison to manual aspiration. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2014 Jan;67(1):e1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.bjps.2013.08.019. Epub 2013 Sep 3.
3. InCell Commissioned Study, Comparison of Cells Isolated from Fat Collected by Power-Assisted Liposuction (PAL) or Suction Assisted Liposuction (SAL). 2011.
4. Cytori Commissioned Study, Evaluation of MicroAire Tissue Collection Method on Adipose Tissue and ADRCs. 2011.