Liposuction (Fat Removal)
Liposuction surgery is the process of removing fat in different parts of the body such as waist, abdomen, leg, hip, back, arm or neck area. The goal of liposuction surgery is never to lose weight. It is aimed only to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance by removing fat-related deformities regionally.
How Liposuction is Performed?
It is performed in the operating room under general anesthesia. A special fluid is given to the fatty region to be removed from the body. With the help of special cannulas, fats taken from the area are removed from the body. Unlike this process, which is performed with mechanical hand movements, there are medical devices that work with different energy systems to easily remove fat.
How is the Recovery Period?
After the operation, you should stay in hospital for one day. When you leave the operating room, the patient should wear a corset. There is swelling in the areas where fat is removed. Regional pains can also be experienced. Usually these pains stop in 48 hours. We massage your body to heal edema. Corset is removed 2 months after surgery.
In What Situations it is Necessary?
Liposuction; it is a type of surgery performed for local areas of the body where the desired result is not obtained despite diet and exercise.
Liposuction surgery is performed as a combined method to assist various aesthetic surgeries. The amount of fat that removed from your body may vary depending on the intended shape in the region. It doesn’t matter to remove more or less fat. The aim is to achieve an aesthetic appearance.
Frequently Asked Questions
In terms of completion of growth, 18 years of age is accepted as the lower limit for both men and women.
The procedure to be performed does not have any negative effects on the pregnancy.