Looking to get rid of stubborn fat? Liposuction can help remove fat in hard-to-reach areas like the neck, chin, thighs, waist, hips, and butt. For many, exercise and diet are not enough to get rid of excess fat. In these cases, liposuction is the best option available. Not only does it get rid of fat in stubborn areas, it also improves bodily symmetry and proportion.
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What will my life be like after
Liposuction is more than just looking better; it’s a key to better health. By removing stubborn visceral fat, you can lower your risk for heart disease, knee injuries, and other related health issues. Many use the surgery to jumpstart a healthier and more active lifestyle.
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How long before I get discharged?
Most patients can walk out of the clinic 30 minutes after their procedure. However, you should wait for your surgeon’s go signal before you leave.
What body areas can I address with liposuction?
The most popular areas for women are the stomach, breasts, knees, arms, butt, cheek, and neck. For men, on the other hand, are the chin, neck, love handles, and breasts.
What questions should I ask my surgeon?
Liposuction should not only be about the cost. To ensure that your operation is safe, feel free to ask you surgeon any question related to the procedure. By doing this, you can hopefully air your concerns and provide your surgeon with all the necessary information.
What type of anethesia is used during the procedure?
Most liposuction procedures use local anesthesia. When general anesthesia is used, patients need to wait longer before they are discharged, around 3 hours.
Is it normal to be nervous before my operation?
Almost everyone has anxiety prior to an operation. To ease the nerves, ask your surgeon to walk you through the procedure step-by-step so you know what to expect.
Can liposuction cure obesity?
Liposuction is not meant to treat obesity. In order to ensure that the changes stay permanent, you should engage in physical activity and develop healthy lifestyle practices.
What are the risks of liposuction?
The biggest risk of liposuction is having too much fat removed at once and/or undergoing too many procedures on the same day. To mitigate these problems, consult a board-certified surgeon on what operations can and can’t be performed simultaneously.
Does liposuction cause scarring?
Scarring is dependent on your skin’s elasticity. Those with elastic skin areless prone to stretchmarks and other related scars