Liposuction is a preferred fat removal operation in cases where the patient is not overweight but regional fat accumulation cannot be eliminated with exercise or diet. In this surgical procedure, which is a part of plastic surgery, excess fat tissue in the body is released by using thin cannulas placed under the skin and removed from the body by vacuum method.
Both men and women apply liposuction to give the body shape a more aesthetic and beautiful appearance. The most important detail that people who want to have liposuction should know is that liposuction is not an aesthetic weight loss surgery. The aim is to remove the unwanted adipose tissue that the person finds visually disturbing and to give the area a more aesthetic and beautiful appearance. Anyone who meets the health conditions can have liposuction. Excludes pregnant and lactating women. However, it should not be forgotten that the patient must have completed 18 years of age and his physical development must have been completed.
Liposuction techniques are named according to the instruments used during the surgery.
Vaser liposuction is a liposuction technique in which the hard fat tissue explodes the fat cells with sound waves, the fat tissue is liquefied and absorbed with the help of the cannulas used.
Tumor liposuction is a liposuction technique in which anesthetic, serum, adrenaline and bicarbonate are injected into the area to be aspirated. In this technique, cannulas are placed in the area where the fat will be taken, and holes are opened in the adipose tissue, the adipose tissue is sucked and the fat cells are broken down.
Laser liposuction, as the name suggests, is a liposuction technique in which laser beams are used to penetrate fat tissue. It is most often used with the tumescent technique and is more suitable for non-dense adipose tissue when only laser liposuction technique is used.
Superficial liposuction is a liposuction technique that makes it possible to remove excess fat tissue both deep and close to the skin surface. After superficial liposuction, the skin is tighter and more vibrant, and it is possible to get rid of stubborn cellulite with this technique.
With this technique, a small tube is used during the operation. The tube destroys the adipose tissue in the area with slow and small movements, and the destroyed adipose tissue is absorbed.
In the motorized liposuction technique, the adipose tissue at the end of the cannulas immersed in the excess fat tissue is broken up with a tool. It is especially suitable for denser and harder excess adipose tissue.
In radiofrequency assisted liposuction, the skin is heated with a bipolar radio frequency device. During the use of this liposuction method, an increase in collagen occurs in the dermis layer, which is the lower layer of the skin. After liposuction with this technique, the patient gets a tighter skin. A detailed examination by the doctor is important to decide which technique to use for liposuction. The hardness/softness, density/lowness, depth/flatness of the adipose tissue are the factors to be considered when deciding on one of these techniques.
After finding a suitable clinic and the right doctor, the patient must be informed about heart, diabetes or circulatory diseases. In order for the procedure to go smoothly, smoking and alcohol consumption should be stopped at least 10 days before the procedure. Existing allergies should be reported. During this period, blood thinners should also be discontinued and painkillers should be used only in small doses. The most important thing for the success of the post-liposuction procedure and for your health is to follow the doctor's instructions unconditionally, to use medications regularly and to wear a corset. Since it may delay the healing process, smoking should be stopped until the healing process is completed.
Recovery time after liposuction is 2-4 months on average and depends on the amount of fat removed, the technique used and whether the patient fully complies with the doctor's instructions. The recommended support corset should be worn for 2 weeks after the procedure. The bruising and swelling after the surgery completely healed within 10 days. During this period, you should consume more fluids and drink plenty of water. Dietary supplements containing vitamins C and B can be taken on the recommendation of a doctor. 5-7 days after the operation, the patient can usually continue his normal life in a controlled manner. No shower should be taken for the first 3 days and very hot water should be avoided during the healing process. In the second week after the operation, sports can be started, provided that it is not too tiring.
During liposuction, very small incisions are made so that scars are no longer visible after the full healing process is complete. However, depending on the patient's skin sensitivity, it is possible to leave a minimal scar.
Liposuction is surgery to shape the body, not to lose weight. During the procedure, a maximum of 6-8 kilos of fat is removed. For this reason, it is not suitable for people with obesity problems and who are more than 15 kilos overweight. In other words, there is no weight limit, but the operation varies according to the person's body mass index, height / weight / fat ratio.
Like any plastic surgery, liposuction should only be performed on people over the age of 18 who have completed their physical development. There is no upper age limit as long as the patient's health condition allows.
Liposuction is a permanent operation. Even if the person gains weight in the future, the amount of fat in the liposuction area will be less. Although excess fat tissue has been removed, diet and exercise should be given importance after the operation. In this way, liposuction provides permanent results.
Liposuction is an aesthetic operation that can be applied by anyone who wants to get rid of their regional fat. It is suitable for anyone whose body mass index is not more than 25, who is not satisfied with the aesthetic appearance of their body and whose health condition is suitable for surgery.
With liposuction, it is possible to remove 6-8 kilos of excess adipose tissue, that is, fat from different parts of the body, as long as there is no fat absorption limit. In cases where excess fat tissue needs to be removed, it is possible to perform liposuction again within a week, provided that fat is removed from different areas. It takes 1.5 months for a second liposuction in the same place.
Liposuction prices vary according to the amount of fat to be taken, the technique used, the number of areas to be taken and the area to be aspirated. For this reason, a doctor's examination should be done for a more accurate price offer, and the amount and region of the fat to be taken with the technique to be used in the operation should be determined. Please contact us for detailed information and price requests.
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