Liposuction Surgery, commonly known as liposculpture, involves removing unwanted subcutaneous fat while simultaneously re-contouring to create a more aesthetically appealing body.While not a treatment for obesity, liposuction- liposculpture selectively removes persistent and unwanted subcutaneous fat.
Bothersome fatty deposits that do not vanish from diet and exercise, are found in areas such as the face, neck, breast, abdomen, upper arm, hips, thighs, etc. Liposuction can be performed on multiple areas at one time of which your concerned surgeon will take it up according to the accepted guidelines of safe volumes, has to be removed in a session. In the surgery your body balances fluids and skin, then remodels underlying tissues. Final results may not be evident for 6 months following your procedure but they can also depend on proper intake of food, exercising and reducing the caloric consumption. Little incisions are made in areas with more hair or on natural skin folds. A special tumescent solution is then placed within the fatty areas to be removed. This solution gives anesthesia to those particular areas, making sure there is no much loss of blood.
Fat is then carefully removed from the areas of concern to the patient using a surgical instrument called a cannula, which is attached with tubing to a suction machine. The completion of the procedure entirely depends on how much have the fatty tissues been removed.
The time for completion of the procedure depends upon the total amount of fatty tissue removed. At the end of the procedure, the skin openings may be sutured or left open to heal, depending on the size of the openings. Surgery recovery is easy and fast, but there are some after effects that has to be kept in mind from the surgery like the initial drainage followed by swelling, discomfort and bruising. The compression garment provided to the person will help in minimalizing the side effects as well as assist in the retraction of any loose skin.
While some results are noted immediately, your final shape and form will continue to improve as your swelling subsides. The person may resume light duties within three to five days and vigorous exercise within two to four weeks must be commenced.
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