Liposuction operation improves the contours and proportion of your body by taking excess fat in different parts of the body. Liposuction dilutes you, reshapes you, and increases your satisfaction with your body.
Success in Liposuction
The liposuction procedure may seem simple as a concept, but like all other surgeries, it is actually quite a detailed procedure. A qualified surgeon is well-trained in all aspects of the liposuction procedure and can describe the procedure as detailed as you want.
Am I a candidate for liposuction?
The most suitable candidates for this operation are those who have average or slightly above average weight, healthy, diet, and regional fat that are not lost by exercise. Liposuction is not an effective treatment for patients with cellulitis or loose, sagging skin. Doctors recommend that people who have problems with blood flow, those with heart disease or diabetes, and those with poor immune systems should not undergo liposuction.
Before the operation
Before liposuction, several steps can be taken to speed up the recovery of patients, minimize post-operative discomfort and reduce the risk of complications.
Before the operation, you will have an interview with your doctor for detailed planning of the surgery. You will talk about the procedure, risks and side effects, and what you should do before the operation. Your doctor will tell you about the type of anesthesia to be used, the cost of the operation and the medicines you will need to take in advance.
Your doctor will tell you about the different liposuction procedures and choose the one that best fits your needs and goals. Explain your goal as detailed to your doctor as possible, so that your doctor can create the most appropriate treatment plan for you and get the maximum benefit from treatment.