Before and During the Procedure
To be an ideal candidate for liposuction, you must have a stable weight, good skin elasticity, physically healthy and a non-smoker. The fat deposits you desire to get rid of are impossible to be eradicated through strict diet and exercise. The surgery can take 45 minutes up to two hours of your time. The primary step of the treatment is that the patient is placed under anesthesia. Next, an incision is created in the area to be treated. Then, localized fats are removed. Lastly, the incisions are closed.
After the Procedure
Following the liposuction, the patient will be advised to take a short work soon. Discomfort, numbness, and swelling can be experienced but these can be managed with the prescribed medication. To control swelling, aid proper healing and support the new body form, a bandage or compression garment is required to be worn for three weeks. Furthermore, the patient must get enough rest and should avoid energy-demanding activities/exercises for a number of weeks. To ensure that fats will not bulge again to the treated area, a healthy lifestyle should be maintained.
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If you are getting upset and frustrated with the bulging fats in your body and it limits your choice of clothing, we encourage you to set an appointment with us. We are enthusiastic to answer your queries about liposuction.
Date Modified - 11/01/2018