Liposuction / Fat Removal
Liposuction is the absorption of the fat layer under the skin with the help of a vacuum device. IT is particularly suitable for people with stretched skin, without any cracking or sagging problems. In the process of fat removal, the main target is to remove the fat cells in which the fat is stored. Liposuction is not only applied to the abdomen; but also to the thigh and neck areas as well. There are no deep scar marks occurring at the end of the process.
How is Liposuction Treatment Performed?
Your surgeon will contact you prior to the procedure to verify the areas decided for liposuction. The surgeon can mark these areas before you are taken to the operating room. Liposuction is usually performed under general anesthesia, but in some cases can be performed with sedation. This will be at the discretion of your surgeon and anesthesiologist.
During surgery, the target areas are filtered with a liquid solution that helps with the removal of fat and this reduces pain and bleeding. Following the leak, the next step is to remove the fat. By using a series of metal cannulas, controlled passages are made from each target area to break the connections of the fat beneath the skin, remove the fat from these regions and contour the remaining skin and fat tissue.
Frequently asked Questions
It can be performed only 1 year after childbearing.
Liposuction method is not recommended during breastfeeding.
There might be some pain; but painkillers can be used to overcome such pains.
Liposuction is the only method to get rid of local fats. Weight loss can be gained with a regular and good eating habit.