Tuesday, May 24, 2016



Liposuction, also known as liposuction, is a cosmetic procedure that forms and contours the body by removing excess body fat in areas that grease tends to linger, is not responding to exercise or diet.

 Areas such as the chin, back, arms, abdomen, and especially likely to retain fat even after you have lost weight elsewhere. Liposuction is becoming increasingly popular as a surgical method for the removal of fat in these areas.

This procedure is not for everyone, however. The maximum amount of fat that can be safely removed in any surgical setting ten pounds, so that those who are excessively overweight are not good candidates. Patients who are excessively overweight, wonâ € ™ t notice ten pounds weight loss significant enough to justify the risks of a surgical procedure, and studies have shown that overweight patients who undergo liposuction tend to be more postoperative complications than other patients.

If you are a good candidate, your doctor will want to make sure that you maintain a healthy weight, at least a year, and see that you eat a healthy diet and exercise. Liposuction should not be used as an alternative to, or have the right to exercise, because it carry the potential risk with any surgical procedure.

Once you decide to undergo liposuction, you should make sure that you choose a surgeon who ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) member. This will ensure a plastic surgeon has at least five surgical preparation and for at least two years of training and experience as a plastic surgeon. You should also make sure that your doctor has real experience performing liposuction and ask to see before and after photos of their work.

Your doctor should go over the possible side effects and risks of surgery, including reactions to anesthesia, blood clots, fat clots, infection, scarring, and uneven contour results.

After the surgery, you should expect some swelling and mild pain, and you will probably drain pipe is installed for the first day or so. Itâ € ™ is important that you have someone to stay with you for the first twenty-four to forty-eight hours to help with care while you recover from the surgery. Since liposuction is usually done on an outpatient basis with the surgical center, you are likely to be released to go home soon after to get out of the anesthesia and the doctor feels that you may be released. The level of post-operative home care you get influence your healing time and risk complications that may arise from any type of invasive surgery.

Your overall recovery time will vary depending on various factors, including your age, overall health, and if you have had multiple procedures performed.
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