Liposuction

Liposuction

Liposuction is a surgery that seeks to eliminate excess fat in different body areas. It is performed by inserting thin cannulas through small incisions in the skin. These cannulas gently suction the fat, thus reshaping the body contour. Liposuction is commonly used in the abdomen, thighs, hips, arms, and neck to achieve a more aesthetic and proportionate appearance.
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Who is a good candidate?

The ideal candidate for Liposuction is one with localized fat deposits in certain body areas that have not responded adequately to diet and exercise-individuals seeking a more defined and harmonious contour.

Recovery process

After Liposuction, patients may experience swelling, bruising, and discomfort in the treated areas. Using bandages and compression garments to help reduce swelling is recommended, as well as rest and avoiding strenuous physical activity for the first two weeks. Lymphatic drainage massages are recommended starting one week following liposuction to decrease swelling and improve shape.

Anesthesia

Moderate sedation.

Financing

You can finance the surgery through Care Credit.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. Does Liposuction eliminate cellulite?
Liposuction is designed to remove excess fat, but it is not a specific treatment for cellulite. However, improving body shape and contour may enhance the appearance of cellulite.
02. Is Liposuction an effective method of weight loss?
Liposuction is not a weight loss procedure. It is designed to remove localized fat deposits and reshape body contours. It is recommended that candidates be close to their ideal weight before undergoing Liposuction.
03. Will the fat cells removed during Liposuction come back?
Liposuction permanently removes fat cells from the treated area. However, if a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and regular exercise is not maintained, the remaining fat cells may increase in size, which can affect the long-term results.

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